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How To Perform a Colorado Warrant Search

Whatever the reason for inquiry for a Colorado warrant search, several ways are available to search for all warrants that are issued by the county courts in Colorado. How to maneuver depends on the original place where the search warrant was issued. For some jurisdictions, the local law enforcement agents officials provide the necessary information with the national database of criminals that can be accessed by your local sheriff’s department or police department. For other locations, visit our Free Police and Sheriff Department Finder. We will perform a free warrant check for you if make your request in our blog below.

Colorado Warrant Search Through The Police Department

For those individuals who are eager to inquire if such search warrants exist for them, appearing in person at the local police station is the best thing to do. The law enforcement officials can use the state database maintained by the Colorado Investigation Bureau. The national database is also maintained by FBI to check for all search warrants that are outstanding across the state.

Colorado Warrant Search Online

If you want to check for search warrants online in Colorado, you can try searching in the local official website for law enforcement officials in the jurisdiction where the warrant was originally issued. For some sites, they only advise you on various ways to check for these searches. For instance, you are recommended to call 719-385-6153 for more information about bail charges or any other charges imposed on you if you missed court dates in Colorado.

The details are provided online for other jurisdictions. For instance, the Denver county courts allows the user to search by date of birth and name for any search warrant. They also provide further instruction on how to clear any civil warrants. The Sheriff of Weld County allows you to search by name in their database.

The Jefferson County in Colorado has a law enforcement weekly list that is published by the officials. Users can also view and download these lists. Pueblo County also has an online database of warrant lists for thousands of names with the inclusion of those arrested for minor offenses. Your area of location affects how to search for such warrants.

Colorado Warrant Search With The FBI

The FBI maintains an online database for law enforcement to search for any outstanding search warrants. They also maintain the most wanted individuals connected in Colorado. This database also contains information about the wanted people who have committed cyber crimes. For the minor offenses such as misdemeanors and traffic violations, it does not return these searches.

Colorado Warrants Statute of Limitations

Some of the warrants in Colorado have become invalid due to the limitation statutes when courts began their legal proceedings against any persons accused of special crimes. According to the revised statutes of Colorado State, certain offenses and other related limitation statutes are listed especially the C.R.S 16-5-401. For those charged with misdemeanor offenses, petty offenses search warrants often last from six months. For the minor traffic violations, they last for one year. For vehicular homicides, they often last for five years. For those who leave the state, these limitations can also be extended to five years.

During prosecution, some felony crimes often carry no limitation statute. This has the inclusion of treason, forgery, sex crimes against children, kidnapping, and murder cases.

Colorado Warrant Search

How do I check if I have a warrant in Colorado?

You can check if you have a Colorado warrant there are a few options. You can contact your county courthouse clerk, as the courts issue warrants. You can inquire with your local sheriff department. You can use the background check resources of a public record website.

Can anyone lookup a Colorado warrant?

Yes, Colorado warrants are public information that anyone can access. The easiest way to lookup a Colorado warrant is to us an online public record website, such as, where you can run a warrant check with a simple name search. One of the benefits of using a resources like this is the searches are anonymous and confidential.

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    1. We show a possible warrant related to a domestic harassment charge for a David Mathew Oakley in Colorado. It’s uncertain if this is an active CO warrant so you might want to verify this with your county sheriff department

        1. Criminal mischiefCriminal mischiefCriminal mischief is pretty vague but that’s all that is all the information that is listed on the CO warrant record we have access to. It can mean many different things depending on how the courts define it. This general terminology typically refers to the intent to perform a criminal act. Unfortunately that is all the information we have. You can contact the relevant county courthouse and inquire about the specifics of this record and how they define it.

          What is a Criminal Mischief Charge?

          A criminal mischief charge is considered a criminal act as defined by the courts or the issuing law enforcement agency. It can mean different things depending on how the charge is defined by the issuing law enforcement agency or court ruling. One example of a criminal mischief charge is vandalism or destruction or defacing of property.

    1. Austin, our CO criminal records index does not show any open warrants for you in Colorado. Please let us know if we can assist you with any additional Colorado public records.

    1. We do show an active Colorado warrant for the person in question in El Paso county. We don’t show the specifics of the criminal charges however. If you feel this is from a parole violation or probation violation then it’s best practice to contact your Colorado parole officer or probation officer directly. If this is from a missed court appearance then contacting the relevant courthouse clerk to reschedule could help you mitigate an active CO bench warrant

    1. Our Colorado criminal check did not find anything active for Johnathon Tracey but we did get a couple of hits for a Charles Tracey but no middle name was listed. Can you confirm what criminal offense this may be related to so we can make sure we’re giving you the correct CO warrant information?

      1. For Charles J. the list of possible offenses is long; he’s currently incarcerated for parole violations. For Charles P., if there is anything at all, it would likely be financial in nature. He has dementia and told me that John had a warrant for unpaid restitution that he and CJT were somehow attached to. I promised him that I would look into it, even though I doubted it was true…thanks for your help!

        1. We don’t see anything in our Colorado criminal records database that suggests there is an active CO warrant for unpaid restitution. You can also contact the relevant Colorado courthouse clerk and inquire with them to verify this information. A Colorado court would have issued a CO warrant if one was actually issued.

          1. Thank you again for your help. Being able to show my Dad your response will make him feel at ease about this subject once and for all.

          2. We’re glad we can help. Feel free to reach out if there are any additional Colorado public record inquiries you have.

    1. We ran a CO warrant search for Amanada Macpehrson and did not find any active warrants in Colorado. If you feel this is related to a Colorado bench warrant for a missed court appearance or unpaid fines then you should reach out to the relevant courthouse clerk and inquire there about any potential CO warrants

    1. We show an active Colorado warrant for Xavier Demitrics Thomas for a violation of probation in Colorado. There are a multitude of criminal records listed in our member’s area for this person

    1. Our Colorado warrant search did not show any results for a Seth Guible. We also ran a CO criminal records search and nothing recent came up that would indicate an open CO warrant

    1. The Colorado warrant search we ran for you Stepahnie came up with multiple results and not all of them have the age listed in the warrant results. Can you also provide us with your middle name so that we may filter the Colorado warrant results to insure we’re locating the correct CO warrant for you. Also, can you let us know if you feel this is an open Colorado warrant for an unpaid court fine or an arrest warrant. This will also help us refine the criminal record charges that are listed in our Colorado criminal record database

    1. Our Colorado warrant search shows there is an active arrest warrant for a John Wilson, no middle name listed, for the charges of SIMPLE ASSAULT – COLORADO CRIMINAL CODE: 1313


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Last Updated: November 16, 2019

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