Terrebonne County, LA Arrest Warrant Search

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In Terrebonne County, LA, an arrest warrant is exclusively issued at the Sherriff’s Department’s behest. The law enforcement agency makes a formal request with a writ presented in front of the local criminal court.

The petition includes all case-related facts, including ancillary information like the name, gender, and address of the suspect in question. However, the affidavit’s most crucial element is the section that mentions the proof and witness testimony gathered by the police.

This has to be adequate for the eventual initiation of a criminal matter against the individual whose name the warrant is being sought. If the sitting magistrate has to speak to the witnesses to ascertain this, he/she may ask to do so.

Whatever is found through the course of investigation and questioning once the arrest is made merely stands to strengthen the case further in favor of the state. However, the charges have to stick at the time when a warrant is requested.

If there is sufficient evidence, an active arrest warrant is handed to the law enforcement agency. However, this arrest order may not always be executed immediately. Such a document, which is stored as pending in the crime database, is known as an outstanding warrant, and the change in name in no way interferes with its powers.

If you seek information on arrest records in Terrebonne County, Louisiana, always contact the Sherriff’s Department first. Their office is situated in Houma at 7856 Main StreetCourthouse Annex, Suite 121, Houma, Louisiana 70360. Their contact numbers are:

  • Tel no: 985-876-2500
  • Fax no: 985-857-0274

To conduct an online warrants search, use the form given above, and this will allow you to access a third party database of criminal activity across the nation.

Terrebonne has seen a progressive growth in crime over the 9 years from 1999 to 2008. Nearly 40,000 crimes were reported during this period, which puts the annual crime figures at just about 4000 incidents. The daily crime average is pegged to be around 12, while theft and robbery cases with nearly 27,000 incidents were the most common crimes.

The crime figures have swelled by almost 40% in the period mentioned above, and on average, nearly 12% of the reported criminal incidents are violent. In over 50% of the cases, the crime occurs when the victim is just a stone’s throw away from an area he/she knows well or even lives in and works out of.

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