Gallia County, OH Arrest Records and Warrants

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What can you do if you believe you have an arrest warrant pending against you in Gallia County?You can contact an attorney or you can do your own warrant search.Knowing in advance that you have an arrest warrant against you may help you prepare a defense.In most cases, arrest warrants are considered public information.Therefore, if you know where to look, you can do your own warrant search to find outstanding arrest warrants issued though the Gallia County courts.

The Gallia County Municipal Court has an online option for searching court records.You can get some information about criminal cases; however, to get detailed information about active warrants you will need to visit the court at 518 2nd Avenue in Gallipolis, OH 45631 (telephone: 740-446-9400).The Court of Common Pleas may also issue active warrants in Gallia County.The Clerk's Office also has an online case information website; however, it is operated by a third party.If you want to search the court records in person, you can at the Clerk's Office in the Courthouse (18 Locust Street, Room 1290, Gallipolis, OH 45631).

The Gallia County Sheriff's Office is responsible for serving the outstanding warrants issued by the county courts; therefore, you should always include this office when searching for arrest warrants.It is also where you will find arrest records for previous arrests.The Sheriff's has an online search for current and previous inmates; however, to search for outstanding warrants you must visit the office at 18 Locust Street, Gallipolis, OH (telephone: 740-446-1221).

Gallia County, OH crime data

Between 2004 and 2006, there were over 3,200 crimes reported in Gallia County with almost 100 of those crimes being considered violent. During this period, three murders occurred in Gallia County but the vast majority of crime was non-violent in nature and related to either theft or burglary.

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