If the police have sought an active arrest warrant in Grays Harbor County, you can be reasonably sure that they are sitting on a sizeable amount of evidence against you. In fact, only if all case related information presented before the court in the formal writ is enough to establish probable case will a warrant be issued.
Once such an arrest decree is handed over to the police in your name, not only will law enforcement officials pursue you relentlessly but also it will have grave ramifications on your personal and professional life as police retain the authority to pick you up at any time and from any place. So, do not let arrest warrants rule your life, instead gather some information on the detention orders against you and deal with them promptly.
To find out if there is indeed an outstanding warrant in Grays Harbor County against you, get a friend or your attorney to contact the local sheriff's office which is located at 100 W Broadway Ste, Montesano, Washington 98563. Whoever is conducting the warrant search on your behalf will have to visit the office of the agency in person.
Another recourse is to visit the judicial entity that is in charge of keeping the court dockets; in Washington State, the county clerk's office maintains all information pertaining to matters brought before the county. To connect with them, go to 00 West Broadway Suite 2, Montesano, Washington 98563
Finally, also consider the office of the magistrate that issued the arrest order in your name. This judicial body is located at 102 W Broadway Ave, Montesano, WA 98563 and can be contacted over the phone at 360-249-3441.
Between 1999 and 2008, nearly 29,000 criminal complaints were filed in Grays harbor County, WA. Unfortunately, not all of these were issues of petty theft and other property crimes. Although the figures for such incidents number considerably higher at nearly 20,500 occurrences, homicide and rape were also a part of the total crime count with approximately 2 and 20 incidents respectively.