Merced County Arrest Records and Warrant  Search

Merced County warrants empower any police officer to apprehend a suspect. To become active, they must be first approved and sanctioned by a judge.

To perform a Merced County warrant search, you will be required to reach the sheriff office (They are located at 700 W 22nd St, Merced, California 95340, United States Phone no.209-385-7444) and go over their databases. Generally speaking, they are very helpful hoping to get tips from the public that will lead them to fugitives or assist them is solving cases.

Carrying out an arrest search

The sheriff office has an online inmate locator you can utilize to track down a detainee (it can be accessed here). Searchers can also opt for a broader California inmate search by utilizing the database on the official website of the CDCR.

To obtain older Merced County arrest records and to run a full background check on anyone dwelling in California, resort to the search box attached to this article. By typing the subject’s name, you will get access to extensive reports containing his or her full criminal history (mainly jail records and outstanding warrants). The information is derived from private and governmental sources, and it is reliable and updated. Your confidentiality will not be compromised at any stage of the search.

Finding Merced County court records

The best way to be check whether a person has ever been convicted of a crime is to access dockets issued by the court. The county’s Superior Court is responsible for the processing and maintenance of these dockets. So this is where you should go to conduct a criminal case search. You will need to submit a formal request to view public records and pay a fee. For further detail, you may contact the court at 209-725-4119.

Crime data

Those who follow official crime reports issued by CA law enforcement agencies will notice that in 2014, 1,485 crimes with violent nature were committed in Merced County. Police investigated 29 murders, 43 rapes, 241 robberies and 1,172 aggravated assaults. There were also 7,126 property crimes (1,754 burglary cases, 1,015 vehicle thefts, 4,357 larceny cases and 63 arson incidents).