An arrest warrant in Solano County, California, gives law enforcement authority to search and arrest the subject. The order becomes an active warrant as soon as the judge signs the documents. Generally, before the order becomes an active warrant, a sitting judge reviews evidence and facts to determine if it is reasonable that a crime has been committed or law violated.
Suppose law enforcement cannot locate the subject. In that case, the arrest warrant becomes an outstanding warrant and stays in effect until an arrest is made. The subject pays any bail associated with the warrant, or the subject makes an appearance before the court.
For a warrant search issued in Solano County, CA, it is advised that you contact the Solano County Sheriff’s Office located in Fairfield, CA, at 707-784-7000.
If you warrant search includes previous arrest records, contact the Superior Court of California, County of Solano in Fairfield 707-207-7380, or Vallejo at 707-561-7880.
You can look for more information by going through a criminal records database for the State of California by using the search form above.
To determine if someone is currently in custody in Solano County, you are advised to view Jail Booking Logs of the county.
Of the over 156,000 total crimes reported in Solano County, California, between 1999 and 2008, close to 108,000 were thefts, over 1,100 rapes, and 170 murders. A crime is reported every 33 minutes in Solano County, CA, averaging to over 15,500 each year. There was a low rate of 8 percent increase in overall crime, with violent crime rising by only 5 percent.