Cibola County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

New Mexico Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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In Cibola County, an arrest warrant search can be done through a myriad of sources. Everybody from the police to the judiciary is keen on helping anybody seeking details on NM’s crime history. After all, circulating information on active warrants and arrest records is seen as one way to keep the community in the loop about the criminal happenings in the area and the perpetrators of such acts.

Although the judiciary issues arrest warrants from Cibola County, the police must request these directives. After the issue, all outstanding warrants are served by the sheriff’s deputies as well. So, the cops play a two-pronged role in the process of warrant issue and subsequent arrests.

Hence it is understandable why most people would point to the sheriff’s office or the magistrate’s court if you are looking for data on arrest records and warrants. However, another agency that can offer far more extensive results in response to such an inquiry is the court’s office clerk. This is the branch of the judiciary that has been entrusted with the responsibility of keeping case records.

A deputy of this department can be seen at all tribunal sessions, typing away feverishly to keep up with what is going on in the courtroom. This transcript is then filed in the court dockets database. Since the county clerk’s department covers the civil and the criminal courts, you can find information on felony, misdemeanor, and corporate trials from this agency. To visit these justice departments, go to:

  • Law enforcement: 515 W High St, Grants, New Mexico 87020
  • Judiciary: 515 W High St, Grants, NM 87020
  • County clerk: PO Box 190, Grants, New Mexico 87020

Over 550 criminal cases are filed in Cibola County, New Mexico, annually, and about 70 of these complaints are made against violent crimes. Over the last few years, there has been a rise of almost 20% in violent criminal acts; however, reported crime went down by nearly 5%.

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