An arrest warrant in Shasta County, California, requires a court appearance for either a misdemeanor or felony. Active arrest warrants give law enforcement the ability to search and detain an individual to appear before the court.
An arrest warrant is an order that a court judge has signed. It contains the charges for which the warrant is made and is usually backed by evidence or facts that would lead an average person to believe that a crime has been committed.
An outstanding warrant issued in Shasta County, CA, stays in effect until the individual is detained, bail is posted, or the subject appears before the court.
The official source of information for a warrant search in Shasta County, CA would be the Shasta County Superior Court Administration Office located in Redding, CA. They may be contacted by phone at 530-245-6761 or by email at criminal et shastacourts.com.
You may also use the above search form to search through an online criminal records database for an alternate source of information.
The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office also has arrest warrant search information available. Their general contact information can be found at https://www.co.shasta.ca.us/index/sheriff_index.aspx/, or by calling 530-245-6025. The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office has a Records department by which you can obtain arrest records at http://www.co.shasta.ca.us/index/sheriff_index/divisions/records.aspx.
To locate a current inmate who may be in custody due to a Shasta County CA outstanding warrant, please visit http://inmatelocator.cdcr.ca.gov/.
In Shasta County, California, between 1999 and 2008, there was a crime reported about fourteen times each day. This resulted in about 4,700 crimes each year and a total of over 47,000 reported crimes. Of these 47,000 reports, over 30,000 were thefts, 900 rapes, and 40 murders. The rate of crime rose by 43%, while violent issues climbed by 69%.