If you have had a legal issue of any kind in the past; chances are that there may be an arrest warrant out against you. Depending on the severity of your indiscretion, arrest warrants issued in Larimer County, CO can result in your arrest in any part of the country.
The way things work when an active warrant is out against you is that in case of a felony, the police officials will be quick about taking you into custody once the warrant has been procured from the judge of the local criminal court.
However, if at that point, the law enforcement has bigger fish to fry, chances are that you may be left off the hook for a while. If you suspect that you do have a warrant out in your name, it would be prudent to simply turn yourself in. This will of course sit well with the judiciary and you will be let off with a lower bail amount
However, if you do not take this route, chances are that you will be arrested anyway and this can happen even if you no longer reside in Larimer County. It is imperative to understand that an active arrest warrant is a document that authorizes police to take an individual into custody at any time and from any place.
Also, an arrest order issued in felony related cases never goes out of effect; it is merely backlogged in the system and is then called an outstanding arrest warrant. However, the change in terminology in no way limits the powers it confers on law enforcement officials.
If you want to do a warrant search in Larimer, your best bet will be the Sherriff’s Office. However, if there is an active or outstanding warrant in your name, you will be arrested on the spot. So, even if you are seeking this information for somebody else, you will be expected to carry an ID proof along.
You can contact the Sherriff’s office in Larimer by visiting them in person at 2501 Midpoint Dr, Fort Collins, Colorado 80525. Alternatively, you can also call them on 970-498-5100 or use the online form above for an online search of countrywide arrest records.
From the year 1999 to 2008, approximately 75,000 criminal complaints were lodged in the county with nearly 5,500 violent criminal reports. This brings the annual crime rate to about 7000 incidents while the daily figure for criminal occurrences stands at a whopping 21 incidents.
Over the decade mentioned, there has been a gradual increase in the rate of overall crime, with violent crime increasing by almost 50%. A closer look at the criminal statistics reveals that most cases are theft and robbery related with nearly 58,000 reports while murder and sexual assault and placed lower with approximately 25 and 1100 incidents