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Finding Information on Charlotte County Arrest Records & Inquiring about Outstanding Warrants

One of the things you should be able to do to distance yourself, those you love or your business from people who may put them at risk is to conduct a criminal background check. In this article, we intend to show you how exactly you can do that by finding Charlotte County arrest records, court dockets and outstanding warrants.

Finding Out Whether a Person of Interest to You Has an Arrest History

The Sheriff's website (found at: maintains a highly effective electronic database enabling you to search for Charlotte County arrest records by name, case number, confinement date and location. There is also an advanced search option which includes additional parameters comprised of specific time frame (from one date to another), gender, ethnic group and charges. Results go back to the 1990s, so you'll get a broad perspective on a person's incarceration history. Each electronic record shows the detainee's full name and all the dates on which he/she has been confined including OCA and booking numbers. If there is arrest information about this detainee from another state apart from Florida, it'll be presented in your search results.

Finding Charlotte County Court Records

Criminal court records unfolds a person's prior convictions, and so they can give an indication of whether that person has an arrest history. The website of the Clerk of Court has an online case search (found at: showing these records. You will have to provide a name, case number or citation number. There are additional parameters allowing you to narrow your search, for example date, court type, case type, party type and charges. We suggest under case type limiting your inquiry to felony and misdemeanor to make sure your results include criminal records only.

Running a Florida Inmate Search

The FL Department of Corrections operates a broad web-based data bank (found at: allowing you to carry out a statewide inmate lookup. You'll need to insert the subject's first and second name. Adding a DC number is not a must but it will narrow your search. You'll be shown electronic Florida arrest records, which include an offender's mugshot, aliases, personal details and physical attributes, incarceration date, arresting agency, initial receipt date and current facility. You'll also be presented with offence and sentence data, the county where the offense was committed, case number and sentence length. Equally important, the data bank also shows results related to inmate releases, supervised population and absconders/fugitives.

Conducting a Warrant Search

Charlotte County arrest records do not provide any indication whether a person is wanted by the law. To obtain this type of information, you will need to get access to outstanding warrants.

The most recommended place to run a local inquiry is the Sheriff office as they are in charge of locating and apprehending suspects and, therefore, executing Charlotte County warrants. Their website has a list of wanted people (found at: The list shows the suspects' names, the number and date of the arrest orders issued against them and their criminal charges.

To conduct a much broader search that will unfold Florida outstanding warrants, refer to Wanted Person Search managed by the Florida Crime Information Center (found at: By inserting a person's name (and additional details like gender, age, race and date of birth), you'll find out if he/she is wanted by the law. The information conveyed includes that person's name, personal details and body traits, occupation, last known address, the offenses which were committed, agency case number and warrant number and date. Some files also contain a mugshot.