Mercer County, Kentucky Arrest Records and Warrants
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Mercer County, Kentucky arrest warrants are court orders and like other judicial provisions, these are issued by the local tribunals. The only difference between an active warrant and other detention orders like bench warrants is that the former is exclusively released when the police submit an affidavit in court, requesting the magistrate to grant them the directive.
As opposed to this, a bench warrant is issued without any police interference. These orders are generally released when the offender skips town or fails to obey a court order.Instruments that are usually issued by civil tribunals, bench orders for detention are limited by time and geography.
In stark contrast, an outstanding warrant from Mercer County remains valid till the alleged offender is brought in to stand trial for his transgressions. Also, these directives are not bound by limitations of time. This essentially means that an active warrant will stay in effect even outside the county of its issue and can be executed at any time after its release.
Although it is the norm to approach one of the local government agencies for a Mercer County warrant search, it is imperative to understand that the results of an inquiry made into the active warrants against the subject will be restricted to the geographical bounds of the state. So, you will not be able to access arrest records from other parts of the country through such an inquiry. The offices that you can get in touch with for crime history information include:
- The sheriff's: 224 South Main St, PO Box 126, Harrodsburg, Kentucky 40330
- The magistrate's: 235 S Main St, Harrodsburg, KY 40330
- The county clerk's: PO Box 426, Harrodsburg, Kentucky 40330
Almost 1100 criminal complaints were reported in Mercer County, KY from 2004 to 2008. Through this period, nearly 124 violent crimes were committed which puts the annual rate of this crime category at 5% of the total average. A comparison of the crime rate per annum shows a growth of almost 40% in the incident figures.