Erie County, OH Arrest Records and Warrants

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An active arrest warrant is issued in Erie County, OH to arrest individuals who are suspected of committing a crime which did not take place in front of an officer. In other words, arrest warrants are generally requested by the police in matters where an investigation takes place.

So, not only do arrest orders released in criminal matters find their way to the sheriff's department but also bench warrants are routed to the law enforcement agency as peace officers are entrusted the job of serving them and presenting the accused before the tribunal.

So, if you would like to do a warrant search undoubtedly, the sheriff's office would be the place to start at. They are situated on 2800 Columbus Ave, Sandusky, Ohio 44870 and can be called on 419-627-7668. Requests for arrest records are only entertained when made in person, so you can forget all about extracting this data from the records clerk over the phone.

The official website of the Erie County sheriff's department also has a most wanted page at This will give you information on more recently issued arrest orders.

The clerk of court's office is another reliable source of information when looking for information on outstanding warrants. Because the county clerk's team maintains the court dockets, you can gather information on any criminal or civil case from them.The office can be found on 247 Columbus Avenue, Sandusky, Ohio 44870 or yo8u can connect with them over the phone at 419-627-7686.

For the magistrate's court, you will have to drive down to 323 Columbus Ave, Sandusky, OH 44870 or call on 419) 627-7705. The sitting magistrate of a criminal court in the county has the exclusive authority to issue arrest warrants.

While the overall crime average for Erie County, OH remained unchanged for the 10 years from 1999 to 2008, there was a drastic increase of nearly 50% in the rate of violent crime. Over this period, almost 3000 crimes were reported each year almost 7% of these are violent crimes.

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