Minnesota Warrant Search

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Checking For Warrants in Minnesota Issued in Your Name

Most people looking up Minnesota warrants are checking on outstanding warrants issued in their name. A warrant issued in their name could be an arrest warrant, search warrant, or a bench warrant. An arrest warrant and a search warrant only requires probable cause, while a bench warrant is typically issued for failing to appear in court. Finding out about a Minnesota warrant before being notified by law enforcement will give you time to mitigate your situation.

Minnesota Warrant Search

Checking For Warrants in Minnesota on Somebody Else

Another purpose of looking for information on active warrants is to look for other people. One might want to use the same for identifying a wanted criminal. In matters of neighborhood security, this is critical. There might be a person living next door to you who is wanted by the police. It could also be that the sweet girl next door is actually on top the DEA most wanted list. You can?t let such people near your family and need to be aware.

Checking on Warrants for Employees

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Searching Active Warrants in Minnesota

In Minnesota, many counties provide a list of outstanding warrants. This is available on the county sheriff?s website. These are simply accessible. These websites contain an ?Online Warrant Search? section where complete names and date of births are required to be entered. Prior to making a search, these websites require users to agree to the terms and conditions of disclosure of information. After that, a search can be run using the first and last names.

Examples of County Websites in Minnesota to Check Warrants

Websites for sheriffs of counties, such as Henneipin and Ramsey, are good examples of simple websites. The results are more accurate when more details are entered, as they specify the search. The results display the criminal?s bio.

Searching Third Party Websites for Minnesota Warrants

There are other third party search portals or web pages that allow you to search records for warrants issued and outstanding. These search pages use the same method of using names and aliases for providing a search record. However, these are dependent on records provided by the county sheriffs or the local authorities. An updated database is not guaranteed, and so an accurate search result is not always expected.

Searching Various County Sheriff Websites in Minnesota

There is one key factor to consider in online search of warrants in Minnesota. Because county sheriffs have a separate website, you might have to search for a single entity on multiple websites. It is likely that multiple warrants from multiple counties have been issued. A more direct inquiry from the county clerk or the state police may allow you to know if a state level warrant has been issued for your concerned entity.

What Happens if You Turn Yourself In After Finding a Warrant for Yourself?

In Minnesota, those against whom a warrant is issued are instructed by counties to turn themselves in. Following this in the given time makes them eligible for post bonding their detention. This could be done until the court hearing. In other words, you are free until court instructs your detention. So if you find a warrant and turn yourself in, there is still a good chance you will walk free until charged guilty.

Minnesota Warrant FAQs

Do I Have a Warrant in Minnesota?

Finding out if you have a warrant in Minnesota is relatively easy. You can contact your Minnesota county courthouse clerk and inquire. You can also use an online public record website to search for any active Minnesota warrants anonymously.

Can Anyone Lookup a Minnesota Warrant?

Yes, anyone can run a Minnesota warrant check as long as you know the full name of the person in question and their age or date of birth. Minnesota warrants are public record that are available for anyone to view.

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  1. Jason Frye says:

    Need to know if Roxanne Gail Davis 11/14/1977 has warrants.

  2. ellie Glenis says:

    My Step Sons wife claims she has a warrant(s) for credit card theft
    Laura Marie Erickson DOB: May 18th, 1992 or 1993

  3. Dontrell Jackson says:

    Checking on my own behalf dontrell Johnathan jackson

  4. jason phyle says:

    any warrants out there in the state of mn for me

  5. squarryadministrator says:

    We ran a Minnesota warrant check for a Wesley Toll and did not find anything for this person

  6. Wesley toll says:

    I’m checking on my own behalf if there is a warrant for me. My name of Wesley toll and date of birth is 04/19/1986

  7. squarryadministrator says:

    Unfortunately we cannot weigh in on this situation as this is not a public record related issue. You might consider contacting legal counsel to address your concerns about this Minnesota warrant search

  8. LMP says:

    My sister had bailed herself out of jail- Joan Pendleton 12-31-88 I was called by cps that she has a warrant that we needed to turn her in. this same CPS removed her child from my moms 45 days ago and wont let any of us who are immediate family see him unsupervised. Is there a system for tribal court and state court we are unaware of?
    when the Jail ran her name b4 she bailed out it came back clear.. these same cps workers came to the jail video chat with her saying they are not ever letting her see her daughter again. they are using her drug addiction as way to remove her kid when she had asked her sister to keep him until she came home and she put herself into treatment. is this possible?

  9. squarryadministrator says:

    We show there are multiple Minnesota criminal charges for an Eric Ricardo Leos from 2016 related to a DUI and traffic violations. These were issued out of Lyon County and the arresting police agency was the Marshall County Sheriff or Police Department.

  10. Jonathan Cortez says:

    I am looking for information of this guy that fled to mexico. He had a warrant here in Minnesota. His name is Eric Ricardo Leos

  11. squarryadministrator says:

    Laura, we ran a Minnesota warrant search for Rhakwon Talton and did not find anything active in our criminal records database. Please reach out if we can assist you with any additional public record searches.

  12. Laura says:

    my daughter boyfriend thinks he has a warrant in Minnesota Rhakwon Talton does he??

  13. squarryadministrator says:

    We ran a Minnesota warrant check for Danni and did not find anything active in our database resources

  14. squarryadministrator says:

    We ran a Minnesota warrant check for a Steven Robert Keesling and found multiple traffic citations from November 2019 as well as an active McLeod county warrant.

  15. Jon Walker says:

    Seeing if my friend has warrant in minnesota steven robert keesling 2/22/94

  16. Stephanie wille says:

    I baby sit for two years and the lady i baby sat two years disappeared does she have a warrant. danni urbainik

  17. squarryadministrator says:

    We ran a Minnesota warrant search and found there is a criminal charge, of burglary from 2018, for a Vern Lewis Mudgett. We don’t however show any active warrants but if this person violated their parole or probation then it’s possible there is one pending. You’ll want to contact the relevant Minnesota courthouse clerk to verify this.

  18. MarandaD Roberts says:

    Checking to see if Vern Mudgett has warrants for his Brother.

Last Updated: 2017-07-18

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