Yuba County Arrest Records and Warrant Search

Yuba County warrants are not an indication of guilt (A person is considered innocent until proven otherwise in court). However, they do signify that the police have good reasons to believe that the person whose name appears on a warrant has committed a crime and is, thus, wanted for questioning – which may or may not lead to a future indictment.

It is highly recommended to utilize the information sources provided by the sheriff office for a Yuba County warrant search. They do not offer an online inquiry tool, so you should arrive at their office in person and go over their criminal files. They have no reason to withhold information from the public. It is in their best interest to give and especially get information on suspects in hope of improving their ability to solve cases.

The sheriff office can be found at 215 5th Street, Suite 150, Marysville, California 95901 (phone number: 530-749-7777).

Conducting an arrest search

When it comes to finding Yuba County arrest records, we suggest using the online inmate locator on the sheriff’s website.You will also find there a jail log with names of people incarcerated in the last couple of months.

Some searchers wish to get a broader picture and so opt for a California inmate search utilizing the online inquiry services of the CDCR. The data that is displayed covers all of the state’s correctional centers.

If you find the above mentioned search options unsatisfactory, especially regarding older Yuba County arrest records, we recommend trying the inquiry tool on this page. It will present you with detailed criminal reports containing a person’s criminal history (including prior arrests). The reports are updated and accurate. Confidentiality is 100% guaranteed.

Finding court dockets

California Public Records Act makes most of Yuba County court records available to the public. To trace them, you need to go to the Criminal Division at the Superior Court, and carry out a case search. They can be found at 215 Fifth Street, Suite 200 Marysville, CA 95901 and contacted at 530-749-7600 (Extension 4). You will be asked to file a request to view public records. Take into account that it may take them approximately two weeks to approve it.

Criminal court dockets shows a person’s history of convictions and are thus necessary for a complete background check. You should spare no effort trying to trace them.

Crime data

During 2014, 296 violent crimes occurred in the county. They consisted of 2 murders, 22 rapes, 50 robberies (including 10 cases of armed robbery) and 222 assaults (23 assault incidents involved firearms). Police recorded 2,135 property offenses.