Ohio Warrant Search

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How To Run an Ohio Warrant Search

If you want to run an Ohio warrant search on yourself or another person you are in luck. Since a person’s Ohio warrant record is public domain, anyone can quickly find out if there is an active OH warrant out for their arrest or a bench warrant for a failure to appear in court. There are a few simple steps to running an Ohio warrant search and it starts with gathering some basic information. Here are some simple ways to find out if someone, including yourself, has an active Ohio warrant:

  1. Gather the full name and age or birthdate of the person you want to run an Ohio warrant search on
  2. Find a reputable public record website or a specific state sponsored warrant search
  3. Enter the full name of the person you want to inquire about, including their middle name
  4. Once you view your Ohio warrant record results make sure to verify it’s the correct record for the correct person
  5. Make sure you use the information as intended and allowed by the service you used. Some resources are intended for research and reference only

Many online public record resources also offer search assistance if you get stuck. It’s a good idea to use the search assistance if you are uncertain of your results or you cannot find what you are looking for.

What You Can Find with an Ohio Warrant Search

  1. Full name of the person in question 
  2. Age and birth date 
  3. Their physical description and mugshot (if available) 
  4. Address and contact information (if available) 
  5. The type of warrant (such as arrest warrants and bench warrants) 
  6. Time and date the warrant was issued
  7. Court or judge that issued the Ohio warrant 
  8. Criminal charges against the individual 
  9. Criminal background history of the individual 

It’s important to note that not all warrant record resources are reported in real-time. Some Ohio warrant record and background check information may vary depending on what information is available. Once you have found the warrant record you are looking for, it’s a good idea to verify you have the correct record for the right person. Many people in the state of Ohio have the same name so additional information such as a middle name or birthdate can help to verify the person in question. 

What is an Arrest Warrant in Ohio?

Arrest warrants in Ohio are covered by the Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. In order for an Ohio arrest warrant to be issued, a law enforcement agency must have a legitimate legal reason to suspect a person of a crime, or violating probation or parole, and go before a judge who will then fill out all the OH arrest warrant. The warrant will have a full description of the person to be arrested as well as their criminal charges. When the judge issues an arrest warrant, any Ohio law enforcement official can then arrest the person on sight. People being arrested in this fashion will usually be detained in a county jail or detention center until they are arraigned in front of the judge

What is a Bench Warrant in Oho?

An Ohio bench warrant is commonly issued by a judge for a person’s failure to appear in court as required. The term “Bench” refers to the judge’s bench, who issues these types of warrants. This can be a result for an ongoing criminal court case for a serious crime or something as little as a traffic citation, which is also a considered a criminal infraction. A bench warrant can lead to a person being arrested and detained, but in some situations a simple re-booking of the court appearance can mitigate that person being arrested. Bench warrants are issued for both criminal and civil court cases and they are typically issued with the intent to get that person to the courthouse for an ongoing court case. If you suspect you have an Ohio bench warrant then you may want to contact the clerk of the court to reschedule your appearance or consult with an attorney for legal advise.

The Ohio eWarrant System

The eWarrant System for Ohio is an electronic database system that allows law enforcement to manage and track warrants in real-time. With over 220,000 warrants issued in 2022, according to the Ohio Governor’s website, the centralized eWarrant resource greatly improves communication among different counties, agencies and jurisdictions. Some of the benefits of the Ohio eWarrant system are:

  1.  Improved Processing Time: The eWarrant system allows for faster processing of warrants through a shared electronic system.
  2. Improved Efficiently: Reduces paper waste and physical documents that can all be stored and accessed electronically
  3. Better Accuracy: the eWarrant system is a hub that is used by all Ohio law enforcement to there is better coordination and less risk of errors
  4. Better Communication: The Ohio electronic warrant system offers a communal law enforcement resources that allows better communication and real-time updates
  5. Improved Accountability: This electronic warrant  system shows the journey of the warrants issued and which law enforcement agencies have interacted and engaged

Before the Ohio eWarrant system was created there were sometimes issues with warrant information being distributed as well as mistakes that were made because of a lack of regional communication. This electronic system has made a very positive impact in how law enforcement can coordinate with other agencies to apprehend individuals with outstanding OH warrants.

Ohio Arrest Warrants for Violating Parole

In Ohio, an arrest warrant is typically issued for a parole violation when a parole officer reports this to a judge and they issue a warrant for that persons arrest. If you or someone you know was previously incarcerated and may have violated parole orders, there are some simple ways to find out if there is an Ohio arrest warrant for yourself or another person of interest.

  1. One way to perform an Ohio warrant search is to check the website of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, which maintains a list of currently-wanted parole violators
  2. Another option is to visit the relevant Ohio county sheriffs website and use their warrant search tool, if available
  3. Visit the Ohio county courthouse website and run an Ohio arrest warrant check if they allow online access to their court issued warrants
  4. Use a third-party public record website. This is a good option if you want to search statewide or nationwide as many local county resources only show your results for the Ohio county they represent
  5. Contact your parole officer to confirm if you have violated parole if all the other methods above do not reveal anything

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Ohio Warrant Search - FAQs

How Can I See If I Have an Ohio Warrant?

It's relatively easy to see if you have an Ohio warrant. You can run an Ohio warrant search anonymously using the resources of an online public records website. You'll need the full name of the person in question and their age to run a warrant search.

Can I Check Ohio Warrants Anonymously?

Yes, if you use the resources of a 3rd party public records website you can lookup Ohio warrant records anonymously. You will want to make sure to read the terms and conditions of the service before performing any warrant searches to make sure it's anonymous.

Can I run an Ohio warrant search anonymously?

Yes, since Ohio warrants are public record, you can search them through public record websites anonymously.

Is an Ohio warrant search free?

You can find some free Ohio warrant records and criminal records online however the information will most likely be limited. If you want to get a full criminal record report with detailed warrant information you will need to pay a few buck for this

What information do I need to run a warrant search in Ohio?

To run a warrant search in Ohio, it is helpful to have the person's full name and any additional identifying information, such as date of birth if available.

Are all warrants in Ohio publicly available?

Most warrants in Ohio are a matter of public record and can be accessed by the public. However, certain types of warrants, such as those related to ongoing investigations or sensitive cases, may not be available to the general public.

What should I do if I have an Ohio arrest warrant?

You may want to consult with legal counsel to find out what your rights are and possibly surrender yourself to the courts or law enforcement, which might help you get a reduced sentence or penalty.

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  1. says:

    We do show a few listings for Austin Morris in Ohio that have warrants and the middle initial is not always listed on these Ohio criminal records. Can you confirm his age or DOB so we can verify the correct record for this person?

  2. says:

    Does Austin A Morris have a warrant in any county in Ohio ?

  3. says:

    Trying to see if Sarah A. Fleming has an active warrant in Darke County.

  4. says:

    We ran an Ohio criminal record search to determine if Amanda has an existing Ohio arrest warrant and we only found an arrest record for an Amanda L. Perry from 2019. There were no listings for the Amanda you mentioned with the middle initial A

  5. says:

    Can you find out if Amanda A. Perry has a warrant in any county in Ohio?

  6. says:

    Ohio Capias Warrant

    An Ohio Capias warrant is typically issued for a failure to appear in court in reference to a criminal case. A Capias Warrant is also referred to as a Writ of Arrest. You can find out if you have a Capias Warrant in Ohio by contacting the clerk of the courts or by using a private court record database service like Search Quarry. To obtain a certified copy of a Capias Warrant you must contact the relevant courthouse directly.

  7. says:

    Can you find a capias warrant and get the certified copy?

  8. says:

    Alesha, we can assist you with an Ohio criminal record check or warrant search if you give us your full name and date of birth

  9. says:

    Am I going to jail for first time theft under $100.00?I have a warrent an never been in trouble b4

  10. says:

    Our Ohio warrant lookup did not find anything for a Megann Lewis

  11. says:

    Does megann Lewis have a active warrant in Montgomery county Ohio.

  12. says:

    Melody, we did find a possible hit on a Salt Lake City warrant for a Jeremy Sallee however we’ll need to verify his age to see if this Utah warrant record matches our records

  13. says:

    Warren county is not on the list, I’d like to know if jeremy Thomas sallee has a bench warrant in warren county for Mason. Could you help please

  14. says:

    Amy this is a website where you can run unlimited Ohio warrant searches with our premium membership

  15. says:

    Is there a website that I can visit for myself? I need to check for warrants on my brother and boyfriend, in 4 Ohio counties!

  16. says:

    Does Richard Cavaluchi have a warrant for arrest for Cuyahoga County?

  17. says:

    Ann, we ran a check for a Carrie Haddox and could not find anything active in our Ohio criminal record resources

  18. says:

    Any arrest warrants for Carrie Haddox

  19. says:

    David, we do show an arrest record for a James P. Shipley from March 2021 out of Licking county Ohio however, we did not find any active OH warrants

  20. says:

    Does james d shipley have any active warrants in ohio?

Last Updated: 2022-10-28

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