Henry County, OH Arrest Records and Warrants

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An arrest warrant does not determine guilt, even though it is based on probable cause. Before issuing an arrest warrant, the judge must determine the probable cause exists based on facts presented to him under oath. However, even though he may find that it is reasonable to believe the suspect committed the crime, this is not a determination of guilt. It simply forms the basis for issuing the arrest warrant. If you want to search for arrest warrants in Henry County, you should check with the court system and the Sheriff’s Office.

Unfortunately, the court records for Henry County are not available online to assist you with your warrant search. Therefore, you must visit the Clerk of Court to search for active warrants and criminal cases. The office is located at 660 N. Perry Street in Napoleon, OH 43545 (telephone: 419-592-5886). Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 am until 4:30 pm. The Clerk’s Office staff is not permitted to give legal advice, but they can show you how to search court records for active warrants. This should be free of charge, but copies may require a fee.

To continue your warrant search, you should include the records at the Henry County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office is charged with serving the outstanding warrants for Henry County. Contact the warrants division of the Sheriff’s Office at 123 East Washington Street, Napoleon, OH 43545 (telephone: 419-592-8010) to request information on outstanding warrants. If you want copies of arrest records or a criminal history report, you should contact the Sheriff’s Office’s records division.

Henry County, OH crime data

The rate of crime rose in Henry County by almost seventy-five percent from 1999 to 2008. From 2003 to 2008, almost 2,400 crimes occurred in Henry County, including one murder, twenty-nine rapes, and twenty-eight assaults. The greatest number of crimes committed was theft-related.

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