Searching for AL, Mobile County Warrants & Arrests Records
Information on Mobile County warrants can be found on the Internet. Searchers can save the time needed for an offline inquiry. The same goes for arrest records. This article will show you how to conduct a criminal record check on a county and state level relying mainly (but not only) on these Internet sources.
Conducting a Mobile County warrant search
The sheriff’s website has a very efficient online warrant locator. You can run your inquiry based on one of the following: suspect’s first or last name, DL number, Social Security Number or Date of Birth. Results will show you a warrant number, mugshots and a description of charges filed against the suspect.
How to perform an arrest search
The sheriff’s website contains two databases meant to help you locate Mobile County arrest records. The first is a list of people incarcerated in the last 24 hours. The second is a more comprehensive account of all the detainees that currently populate the county jail. This database displays booking date and a description of offenses the arrestee has committed.
To expand your search to include the state’s prisons, we recommend the electronic inmate locator maintained by the Alabama Department of Corrections. You can run your inquiry based on AIS number or the inmate’s name.
Obtaining copies of criminal court dockets
The best place to start looking for Mobile County court records is the clerk of court. The type of record you will need depends on the case and the crime committed. For dockets dealing with felony cases, refer to the Circuit Court. On their website, you will find link to a request form you will have to fill in and deliver to the Circuit Criminal Division in person or via mail.
You will have to arrive at the court and pick up the materials once they are ready. Their address is 205 Government Street. Room C-927 North Tower. Mobile, AL 36644. The request form contains information on fees for this service. For further questions, dial 251-574-8430 or 251-574-8432.
If you are looking for information on traffic and misdemeanor cases, you ought to visit the Criminal Division of the District Court. They have the same address of the Circuit Court. The Supervisor is located at Room 338, N Tower. For specific queries, dial 251-574-8511.
Finding registered sex offenders
Like all other states, Alabama operates a registry where you can trace sex offenders by name or address. You can also perform a radius search, that allows you to locate a person within a predefined range.