Alpena County, Michigan Warrants and Arrest Records

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Alpena County, Michigan arrest warrants are treated on a priority basis by the police of the area. Because these detention orders are only requested when the accused cannot be detained right after the crime has been committed or from the scene of the incident, there is a very real risk that the individual may try to get out of the area.

For this reason, active warrants are executed almost immediately after release; also, these orders confer upon law enforcement agents the authority to arrest the accused at any time and from any place. Given the criminal nature of the charges being brought against the offender in such cases, it is understandable why outstanding warrants from Alpena County can be executed by any member of a justice agency.

In fact, an active warrant may even be served outside the issuing county. If you want to get a warrant search done in Alpena, you can use the form listed above to access a third party database. Alternatively, you can also connect with any of the state agencies discussed in this article. However, this option is not open for people who already have an arrest record in Alpena and an active warrant to their name.

Your arrest will be imminent if you approach any government office in search of information. However, if you are seeking this data about somebody you know, you will find the police and the judiciary more than helpful. Get in touch with these state departments at:

The judge: 720 W Chisholm St, Alpena, MI 49707

The sheriff: 320 Johnson St, Alpena, Michigan 49707

The county clerk: 720 W. Chisholm Suite #2, Alpena, Michigan 49707

On average, one crime is reported in Alpena County, MI every day; this puts the monthly crime rate at around 30 incidents and the annual average just short of the 400 occurrence mark. After the nearly 40% increase in instances of violent crime, the annual average for this criminal category currently stands at 10% of the total yearly incident rate, while the remaining 90% is attributed to instances of theft and robbery.

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