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Do you have a warrant out for your arrest in Oregon? Would you know how to find out if you do? Performing an online Oregon warrant search is easier than you think.

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Arrest warrants, for the most part, are public records, although in a few cases a judge may decide not to make a particular arrest warrant public. This means that you can search for them online, either or your own or with the assistance of a third-party service. In many cases, local police departments, county sheriff’s offices, and state police departments maintain Most Wanted lists on their websites. Some of these law enforcement agencies keep a list of all of their open warrants, and if the list is very long, it might be searchable.

Oregon Warrant SearchYou can also find out if you have an active warrant by showing up in person at any law enforcement agency. With a valid form of identification, you can have the agency run a warrant search for you. If the agency finds an active warrant in your name, though, you may be subject to arrest.

In addition to arrest warrants, law enforcement agencies also keep track of bench warrants. Bench warrants are issued by a judge when the judge wants the person to appear in court. These warrants may be related to parole or probation, or they may be an order for a witness who is not a suspect in the case to come and give testimony. Note that it is a crime to miss a scheduled court date and if you miss an appearance in court, the judge may require you to pay bail before the court will assign you a new date.

Oregon Warrant Search by County

The following Oregon counties have Oregon sheriff websites with information about wanted fugitives, and some may allow you to search for active warrants.

Baker County: This sheriff’s office maintains a list of most wanted people.
Benton County: The sheriff’s office maintains a list of most wanted people.
• Clackamas County: This county has both a most wanted list and a separate page for the sheriff’s office’s records.
• Crook County: Crook maintains a list of active arrest warrants and list of wanted and missing people.
Deschutes County: This county’s list is of the most wanted people.
Douglas County: Douglas has a most wanted list.
Lincoln County: This county website has a list of parole and probation violators.
Marion County: Marion’s sheriff’s office has a most wanted list.
Polk County: The Polk County website has a list of most wanted offenders.
Umatilla County: This county sheriff’s office has a list of active warrants.
Union County: This website lists parole and probation offenders.
Washington County: This county has a searchable list of active warrants.
Yamhill County: This county sheriff’s office maintains a most wanted list.

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34 responses to “Oregon Warrant Search

  1. i want to know if my daughter got arrested i understand she might have a warrant for her arrest. I live in florida and I was told she beat up her girlfriend..

    1. We can certainly assist you with looking up an Oregon warrant and what criminal charges led to this warrant. We will need the full name of the person in question and their age if you know it. Then we can lookup any outstanding Oregon warrants or Oregon criminal records for you.

    1. Our Oregon warrant search shows there is an active warrant for a Tanya Marie Belecz for the charges of Disorderly Conduct. Our Oregon warrant search also shows this is a misdemeanor charge. You can confirm this with the issuing Oregon courthouse clerk, you can also find out from them what you need to resolve your outstanding Oregon warrant.

    1. Our Oregon warrant search did not find any active warrants for Edward Hoekzema. We also ran an Oregon criminal record search and did not find any results

    1. We ran an Oregon warrant search for you Raymond and did not find anything active. It would be very unlikely that a warrant be issued under a different person’s name since law enforcement and the issuing Oregon county court is very careful about verifying the identity of the person of interest. If you wife gave the courts and/or law enforcement a different name then she could be in serious trouble for falsifying her ID. If this did actually happened then you would want to get proof that it was not you. Say she was pulled over for a traffic citation and it was in your car and said she was you and the police officer wrote a citation in your name and this citation went unpaid. You would then eventually get a notice from the DMV that you license might be suspended or if it was a more serious citation where a warrant was actually issued for you then you will need to provide evidence that it was not you.

      What to Do if Someone Uses Your Name When Getting a Traffic Citation

      These types of cases are serious because you will be responsible if you do not contest it. This is a form of identity theft and it’s quite common. Since this is your wife you might consider your options. If you want to press charges you can reach out to an attorney or the Oregon District Attorney office and file a claim. This could possible result in your wife receiving a misdemeanor or felony depending on the circumstances. Your best course of action would be to contact your local county courthouse clerk and inquire about this and what your options are. Since there is a precedence for this, you will need to determine how you want to proceed.

      Falsifying Your Name With the Police is Identity Theft

      The quick answer is yes, it is a form of identity theft. You can press charges directly or because it’s technically a case of identity theft and you don’t want to get your wife in serious trouble then you might plead to the Oregon Courts or the Oregon District Attorney office that it was a not true. Additionally the reporting Oregon law enforcement agency did not do his due diligence and you might be able to have the case dropped. Since this is your wife you have a better chance at avoiding the identity theft charges if this was indeed a mistake. On a personal note, there aren’t a lot of females with a first name of Raymond so it seems like this could have been a lack of good judgement on the police officers part. Common sense dictates that as long as you can verify your whereabouts when this transpired then you appear in front of a judge and easily mitigate this before it becomes a criminal record for you. Note that even traffic citations are criminal records and it’s best practice to verify your public record regularly for errors or possible identity theft concerns. Below is a link for you to try our Oregon Criminal Record Search – 5 Day Free Trial. Please not that if you don’t cancel within the 5 days you will automatically be enrolled in our monthly membership for $24.95/mo. With our

    1. We ran an Oregon warrant search and the results in our Oregon criminal record database show there is an active warrant for a Rachael Tomas-Morales Wilson for Misdemeanor Charges of Possession of Stolen Property and/or Theft in the 2nd Degree

    1. We ran an Oregon warrant search in our Oregon criminal record database and found there is an active Oregon Bench Warrant for you. It’s sometimes possible to take care of an Oregon bench warrant over the phone if you can reschedule a missed court date or pay the over due court fees and fines.

  2. I would like to know if i have a warrant out for my arrest my name is Levi chae elan Barclay female dob 01 22 1993 I had gotten a driving ticket in 2016 and never paid it . I live in Washington state

    1. We checked our Oregon warrant search resources and no listing for Levi Barclay came up in our system. We followed this up by cross-referencing out Oregon criminal record database and again, no results came up for Levi Barclay

  3. thank you for any help! Rose Turner, jackson county oregon. Missed a court date and wondering if there is a bench warrant. Have no experience with this so I really appreciate the help!

    1. Rose, we don’t show any open bench warrants in Oregon when we ran an Oregon warrant check. It’s possible that since you missed your court date that a warrant hasn’t been issued yet. It would be best practice to contact the relevant Oregon courthouse clerk to reschedule your court appointment and hopefully avoid having an Oregon bench warrant issued in your name

    1. Our Oregon warrant list did show there is an active Oregon warrant for Possession of a Controlled Substance for a Corey Edwards Parker. If you can confirm the middle name we can offer some additional information about the specifics of this potential open Oregon warrant

    1. The Oregon warrant search we performed shows there is an active Oregon warrant for DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF INTOXICANTS. We don’t show if this Oregon warrant is an open OR warrant or an OR arrest warrant. You might want to reach out to the relevant Oregon courthouse clerk, where your trial took place, or supposed to take place, and discuss your options with the courthouse clerk

    1. Our Oregon warrant search shows there is an active warrant for Natem Stonic for the charges of ASSAULT and DUI FELONY (C Felony)

    1. Anthony Vitals did not come up in our Oregon warrant record database. We also checked our criminal records database and didn’t find anything that would suggest an active warrant. If you feel this is was recently issued from non-payment of fines or a missed court appearance then you should consider contacting the relevant Oregon court clerk and inquiring about the potential situation. They can offer you the best course of action to proceed in mitigating this potential OR warrant

    1. Lance, we do show an open Oregon warrant for you with the associated Oregon criminal charges being listed as PLACING OFFENSIVE SUBSTANCES IN THE WATER OR HIGHWAY PROPERTY. We don’t show any specifics regarding what types of offensive substances or if this is an arrest or bench warrant. You might consider contacting the relevant Oregon law enforcement agency or Oregon court clerk for clarification

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Last Updated: December 16, 2017

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