Montrose County, CO Arrest Records and Warrants

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Have you wondered if someone you know has an arrest warrant pending in Montrose County?If you want to search for outstanding warrants against someone you know or even yourself, you can use the resources available online and at the county offices to perform a warrant search.Access to public records makes it simple for individuals to search for arrest warrants without the assistance of an attorney.However, if you find an active warrant in your name, you should contact an attorney immediately.

The Montrose County Docket Searchallows the public to search for court cases pending before the County and District Courts in Montrose County.This is an important step in your search for arrest warrants because most criminal cases begin with the issuance of an arrest warrant.If you find an open criminal case, you may contact the Court Clerk at 1200 North Grand Avenue, Montrose, CO 81401 (telephone: 970-252-4300) to get more information or to request copies of court records.

However, a thorough warrant search should include a search of the records through the local law enforcement office.To search for outstanding warrants, visit the Montrose County Sheriff’s Department.They are located at 1200 North Grand Avenue in Montrose, CO 81401 (telephone: 970-252-4023).You can request a criminal background check or request copies of arrest records by contacting the records division of the Sheriff’s Office.

Staff from the court or the Sheriff’s Office is not permitted to give legal advice about cases or arrest warrants.For legal advice, you must contact an attorney.

Montrose County, CO crime data

Almost one-half of the crimes that were committed in Montrose County from 1999 through 2008 happened less than one mile from the victim’s residence.During this period, almost 8,400 crimes occurred with almost 500 of those crimes being violent.Overall crimes rates for the period increased by almost thirty percent in Montrose County during this time.

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