While the sheriff’s Colbert County department, AL, does not offer an online recourse for a warrant search, you can visit them in person to access arrest records. An active arrest warrant issued by a criminal court in the county is a judicial order for detention passed on to the police for execution.
So, the sheriff’s office and the local court, and the county clerk have all the information on all outstanding arrest warrants. To get this information from the local law enforcement agency’s office, you will need to visit them in person with a photo ID and a formal request that offers details on the inquiry subject.
To file the “background information” form with the sheriff’s department, call on them at
201 N Main St, Tuscumbia, Alabama 35674. You can also call them on 256-383-0741 for ancillary information.
If your inquiry is more generic and not aimed at a specific person and his/her criminal past, try the county’s most-wanted lists.
To reach the court clerk’s office or the sitting magistrate who issued the warrant, drive down to 201 N Main St, Tuscumbia, AL 35674. Once again, calling them is an option, and you can do so at 256-386-8519.
The ten-year interval from 1999 to 2008 did not bode well for Colbert County, AL, in terms of crime. The incident reports have done a steady climb by almost 80% over this decade. Over 14000 crime reports were filed in the area through this period, which puts the annual crime average at just about 1400 occurrences. Of these, almost 9% are violent crime instances, including rapes with nearly 100 cases and homicide with almost 10 cases.
Property crimes have also burgeoned through these ten years, and almost 11,000 reports were filed in Colbert through this period. The daily crime rate stands at nearly five incidents as a crime is reported every 5 hours.