In Mohave County, arrest warrants can be issued by the Superior Court or by the Justice Court. After a warrant has been issued, it is given to the Sheriff’s Office for execution. In addition, the MVD is notified of active warrants so that it can suspend the person’s driver’s license until the warrant is cleared. Therefore, if you have an outstanding warrant you could be arrested at a traffic stop or after having your license plate scanned by an officer. If you think you may have an arrest warrant in Mohave County, you should do a warrant search immediately and consider contacting an attorney.
Warrant searches and arrest records in Mohave County
To find arrest warrants, you should first begin with the Mohave County Courts. The court has an online warrant "look up" system available to the public. Anyone can search for outstanding warrants by name through this case database. If you find an active warrant, you can contact the court that issued the warrant for further information. To look up case information for criminal cases in Mohave County, you can use the Arizona Judicial public access system. If you need additional information about a particular case or if you need copies of court documents, you should contact the specific court that handled the case.
For a list of the most wanted fugitives in Mohave County, you can check the Sheriff’s website. The Sheriff’s Office Records Division can help you with information about arrest records and background checks. There may be a fee for research and copies of records.
Mohave County crimes
During a 10-yeard period from 1999 through 2008, crime increased in Mohave County by 42% with violent crimes increasing by 22%. On average, there were about 20 crimes per day reported in Mohave County during those years. Most of the crimes reported during this time were related to theft and burglary; however, there were also 92 murders, 254 rapes and 3,541 assaults reported during this time.