All active arrest warrants issued in Lenawee County result from a collaboration between the state judiciary and law enforcement agencies. The court reserves the right to issue certain detention decrees of its own accord, like the bench warrant. However, in the case of a felony, an arrest decree directly results from a formal request filed by the police in court.
So, it is no wonder that the judiciary and the police have an account of just about every outstanding warrant issued in Lenawee. If you are keen on a warrant search, information can be found easily through these two agencies.
The sheriff’s department will be able to give the low down on arrest records and warrants, and a visit to the precinct will get you the opportunity to view the latest, most wanted list. If your only aim is to keep your home and workplace safe, this will certainly help.
To find your way to the sheriff’s department, go to 405 N Winter St, Adrian, Michigan 49221 or you can contact them over the phone at 517-263-0524
You can also visit the magistrate of Lenawee County in your quest for information on arrest warrants. The office of the judiciary is located at 425 N Main St, Adrian, MI 49221and you can call them on 517-264-4599. The magistrate’s court will be able to give you details on all arrest orders against a person, including information on the cases in which these were issued.
Finally, drive down to the Lenawee county clerk’s office at the Lenawee courthouse (address same as that of magistrate’s court). This is the judicial agency that maintains the court dockets, and they will be able to summarize civil and criminal trials that were initiated against your subject.
In the ten years from 1999 to 2008, almost 43,000 criminal complaints were lodged in Lenawee; this can be worked on to reach an annual crime average of just above 4000 incidents. About 15% of the total crime figure comes from violent acts of crime, while the other 85% are theft and damage incidents.