dozens of child support offenders arrested in burlington county jean stanfield says this was part of a statewide effort. have failed to pay their child support and a bench warrant’s been
you should verify that a warrant is active with your local law enforcement agency or with the reporting agency. [wanted persons may use false identification, which could cause the warrant to contain a name, date of birth, or other information not belonging to the subject of the warrant. such false information may or may not be designated as an
san bruno police arrested three people for stealing merchandise at the shops at tanforan mall last week and say they are involved in a statewide retail theft ring.
note: the utah statewide warrants file (sww) is designed to provide information on individuals wanted in the state of utah. the warrant information comes from courts that send in data to the utah criminal justice information system (ucjis) via electronic transfer, which means that the data viewed is the direct result of court activity.
the ninth annual great texas warrant round-up begins saturday, march 5. the round-up is designed to target thousands of defendants with traffic, parking, and higher charge warrants from
police said the suspect has a lengthy criminal history and had an outstanding warrant for “harassing a member of the opposite sex.” boston police had put out a description of the man friday
statewide texas warrant search. a statewide search is the best way to find out if you or someone you love has a warrant in the state of texas. many times, you might not even know the county where the specific warrant was issued, so statewide searches will be the most extensive and helpful in your case.
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distance is another critical factor that separates bench warrants from felony warrants. bench warrants usually have a specified radius for the return of defendants caught in other areas--typically, from 50 to 100 miles, although some local courts have statewide pickup policies.