Conducting an arrest warrant search in Piscataquis County, ME would mean that you are looking for a complete criminal profile of the subject and that is exactly what you will be given. Not only active warrants but also information on other judicial directives such as criminal summons and bench warrants and even arrest records will be made a part of the background report offered in response to the inquiry.
Even though there is a significant difference in the supplemental data that the different state agencies can offer, as far as the crime history report goes, the information offered will be almost the same whether you get in touch with the judiciary or the police. In terms of conviction records, you will be given a detailed explanation of the charges, court disposition, sentencing and correctional history.
However, details on criminal matters that are in the trial stages or cases in which the defendant was acquitted and even those that were dismissed will be hard to come by. Also, it should be clearly understood that your inquiry on arrest warrants is only being conducted for the state of Maine.
So, if there is an outstanding warrant from Piscataquis County against the subject, you will certainly find out about this but if he is wanted for a criminal offense in any other state, this information will not be revealed in the background report. To find details on arrests and active warrants from other areas of the country, it would be better to rely on a private provider of crime history data.
To connect with one such agency, use the form above and for contacting a state department, see the information below:
- The police: 52 Court St, Dover Foxcroft, Maine 04426
- The judiciary: As below
- The clerk of court: 159 East Main Street, Dover-Foxcroft, Maine 04426
An area with one of the lowest crime rates in Maine, Piscataquis County sees the commissioning of no more than 400 criminal offenses each year. About 9% of these incidents are of a violent nature but this figure is bound to go down given the decrease of nearly 70% in such crimes. However, reported criminal activity has gone the opposite way showing a growth of over 10%.