Performing a Fayette County Warrant Search
Are people you know or work with wanted by the police? Do they have a criminal history that may jeopardize you or those you care for? A Fayette County warrant search will give you the answer. In this article, you will learn how to conduct such a search and how to trace a person's record of arrests if he/she has any.
Starting your warrant lookup
The first place you should turn to if you intend to perform a Fayette County warrant search is the sheriff. He doesn't have a search tool on his website, so your best option will be to submit an open record request. You can do it using fax (770-716-4871), email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or postal mail:
Fayette County Sheriff's Office. Captain Charlie Cowart, Attn: Open Records Request,155 Johnson Avenue Fayetteville, Georgia 30214
For additional details, dial 770-716-4712.
Another search option
Another way to run a Fayette County warrant search is to utilize the resources of the Clerk of the Superior Court. On their website, click "Court Dockets" on the left bar. You will be directed to an electronic database where you can access criminal court dockets by entering the subject's name or the number of the relevant case (taking into account that you know it). If you have a question, call them at 770-716-4290.
Running a statewide search
To carry out a more comprehensive Georgia warrant search go to the GTA's online felon search (A link appears below the article). By paying $15, you will be able to run a criminal background check on any person residing in the state.
Conducting an arrest search
The sheriff's website gives you electronic access to Fayette County arrest records. Click on "Jail" on the upper bar and you will see a link to a local inmate lookup tool. Click on a detainee's name and you will see his or her address, booking number and date and bond details.
This website's search tool
A very convenient way of carrying out a Fayette County warrant search is the online inquiry tool georgiawarrantseach.com operates. Type the name of the individual you want to check and you will obtain an elaborate criminal history report showing outstanding warrants, jail records and court dockets.
Your anonymity is strictly observed. All data is accurate and up to date. Fee this service is low.
Some final words
It is important to understand that Fayette County warrants, once issued, remain in force indefinitely. That means that if there is an arrest order against you (no matter whether you are aware of it or not), you may be incarcerated at any given time. That is why it's worth running a search to avoid any unpleasant surprises.
The sheriff office - https://www.fayettesheriff.org/
The Superior Court Clerk - http://www.fayetteclerk.com/
The GA felon search -https://gta.georgia.gov/georgia-felon-search