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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.

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.


Oregon Warrant Search - FAQs

Are Warrants in Oregon Public Record?

Yes, Oregon warrants are public record which are available to the general public upon request. You can visit your Oregon county courthouse and inquire with the clerk about any active warrants. You can also use the resources of an online public records website.

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    1. The statute of limitations on a littering warrant in Oregon, resulting from a littering citation, really depends on what type of citation it is. Some littering tickets are infractions and some are considered misdemeanors. The statute of limitations can be as long as 7 years but again, it really depends on the nature of the citation you received. A good starting point to mitigate this Oregon littering warrant and citation is to contact the relevant Oregon county courthouse clerk and inquire with them about your situation.

      What is an Oregon warrant for littering?

      A warrant for littering in Oregon can either be a bench warrant for a littering citation or a more serious misdemeanor warrant for dumping or throwing trash out of a moving vehicle. The bench warrant for littering is less serious and can typically be handled in court without any jail time where a misdemeanor warrant for littering can lead to heavy fines as well as some jail time depending on the outcome of a court hearing.

    1. Francisco, we don’t show anything active for you in Oregon. If this is in reference to something that recently occurred there might be a pending warrant.

      Do I have a warrant in Oregon?

      An Oregon warrant is very serious. Warrants are issued by the Oregon courts and you can find out if you have an active warrant by contacting the clerk of the court. Other options include contacting your local Oregon law enforcement agency or using the services of online public record websites.

    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 check for a Chelsea Briana Grogan and found some felony charges from a few years ago and a possible warrant however the information we have is somewhat limited. It’s quite possible there is an open warrant for this person however you might want to also reach out to the county clerk of the courts to verify this information since the Oregon courts would have issued the warrant

  1. Do I have a warrant out of Multnomah county, or Linn county in the state of Oregon? I can\’t find the free search tool.

    1. We ran the name Jason Rorex through our Oregon warrant database and did not find anything for this person

  2. I missed court but I was in hospital and I called court house to let them know but I called at 7;55 and 7:57 they didn\’t pick up they said they open at 8 am so do I have a warrent out now

    1. Diego, we don’t see any active warrants in our Oregon database resources. It typically takes a while before a bench warrant is issued for a missed court appearance, depending on the nature of the court case. It’s best practice in these situations to contact the clerk of the court and reschedule your court appointment before a warrant or fines are issued.

  3. I would like to know if my neighbor\’s son, Jose Gonzalez of Portland has a warrant for failure to appear in court on a UUMV charge. He brags that he has a warrant. He is no good, comes around & causes trouble, stealing everything he can get his hands on. Sneaks into neighbor\’s homes to rip off money, tools, etc. He stole $358 out of my wallet while I slept. I am elderly, disabled & live on no income while fighting for disability.
    I still had $358 left of my stimulus check (enough to help me survive for 3 months) & this vile punk took every penny I had & blew it in a week\’snd. I want to make a police report,but I am afraid of him and scared that if I file a report & he is free to come here he will get violent. He beats up his girlfriend & threatens people all the time. So if he has a warrant & is lookin\’ at 7 yrs in prison like he says then my hope is when I make my report he will be picked up & taken to jail to await his sentencing hearing.

    I don\’t feel safe filing a report until I know if he will be picked up on a warrant.

    His name is Jose Gonzalez he is 26 or 27 and I believe his last known address is 20121 SE Stark #117.

    Thank you so much for your help.

    1. We show a multitude of criminal records for a Jose Miguel Gonzalez that is 27 within the last few years however, we are not showing any recent warrants but that doesn’t necessarily mean he hasn’t violated his probation or a pending warrant. You might want to reach out to your county courthouse clerk and inquire as well. If this is the same person that we have found criminal records for, he appears to be a dangerous person

    1. Kyle, we found multiple criminal records for people with your first and last name in Oregon. Can you also provide us with your middle name and age so we can verify the correct record for you?

  4. I was told that my sister Charlie R. Mickey has a warrant for her arrest and she just laughs and says no way. Are you able to tell me?

  5. Kayla, we appreciate your feedback and you’re most welcome. Please reach out if we can be of any assistance in the future with you public record needs

  6. We do show an Oregon misdemeanor arrest charge from 2014, for a Kayla Marie Eby, for a theft charge as well as an open court case which means there is most likely a bench warrant however, we’re not able to find anything specific on this case

  7. Hello I’d like to find out if i Have an active warrant. Got arrested booked and released years ago for shoplifting at Home Depot and never went back for my court date. I’m planning a trip soon and don’t want to get arrested an the airport for a stupid old warrant. Thank you.

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Last Updated: September 3, 2020

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