Quay County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

New Mexico Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Getting a response to an arrest warrant search in Quay County, NM is not an exceptionally arduous task. However, it does call for some amount of work in the form of visiting state agencies that keep details on criminal history. Going to the police for such an inquiry is an absolute no brainer. After all, the sheriff’s deputies make all arrests in the area, so they are bound to have information on detention directives.

However, what few people know is that this agency also keeps the petition in front of the local tribunal that is required for the sake of issuing active warrants in Quay County. This also means that not only the cops but also the judiciary of the area imparts crucial functions in the entire process.

The judicial machinery of the state is represented at the pre-warrant hearing in two ways; the magistrate who puts the warrant into effect and the county clerk’s office that maintains information on Quay County outstanding warrants and arrest records. After issue, data pertaining to the issue of arrest warrants is held by all three agencies in question.

So, when you seek a warrant search in Quay County., you will have a range of options in front of you; from the agencies listed below with their contact details to private entities that sell crime history data. Scroll down to reach out to the offices of the magistrate, county clerk or sheriff and if you intend to take the third party route for your inquiry, fill the form on top of this page.

  • The sheriff: 300 South Third Street, PO Box 943, Tucumcari, New Mexico 88401
  • The magistrate: 122 W Center St, Tucumcari, NM 88401
  • The clerk of court: PO Box 1225, Tucumcari, New Mexico 88401

Over 250 crimes are reported in Quay County, New Mexico each year. Of these criminal occurrences, only about 14% can be slotted in the violent category; the remaining are connected to property crimes. In recent years, there has been a drop of almost 30% in reported criminal activity; yet, violent crimes rose by almost 100% in the same period.

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