Often, the inquiry into arrest records and an arrest warrant search for Marion County matters may lead you to the same resources. In Marion County, typically, between 125 and 150 crimes take place each year. Thankfully, usually, fewer than ten of those crimes are classified as violent.
If you seek the whereabouts of someone arrested in Marion County, check with the Marion County Jail, 202 S. 4th, Marion, KS 66861. They may also be able to assist with finding out about arrests pursuant to active warrants. However, you will likely get a yes or no answer if you ask about a specific name. That may be all you need.
If you require more information, another source of data on outstanding warrants and arrests is the county sheriff. Marion County’s sheriff has a webpage, https://www.marioncoks.net/sheriff.However, it has very little information in it, and its format is a bit difficult to view. Searches on the site for warrants and arrests turn up no results, so the best route to find out about outstanding warrants, or arrest warrants in general, is to contact them at202 S 4th St, Marion, KS 66861.
One good piece of information from the sheriff’s site is that the Marion County Attorney handles criminal history records, not the sheriff. The county attorney’s office is at 200 S Third St, Suite 101, Marion, KS 66861. They also have a fax number, 620-382-3504. There is a fee of $25.00 per request. That office is likely the best place to find arrest records for the county. The Marion County attorney also has a webpage that further details their duties, at https://www.marioncoks.net/attorney. There is a link on the county attorney’s page leading to a pdf file entitled “Stages of a Criminal Case” (https://www.marioncoks.net/attorney/files/stages-criminal-case) which has a clear and understandable diagram of the criminal process in Marion County, Kansas.
How do you connect with law enforcement agencies over the phone for a Marion County warrants search and arrests-data? (Checked in 2021)
- To learn about recent arrests, call the Sheriff’s Office at 620-382-2144.
- To get information on arrest warrants, contact the Municipal Court at 620-382-2651.
- To get help for a victim, contact the Marion County Attorney’s Office at 620-382-2243.
- For judicial records, contact the District Court Clerk at 620-382-2104.
Crime statistics of Marion County
Marion County’s yearly crime average decreased by 30% in 2019, to reach 49 incidents. Violent crimes led to the filing of 9 complaints. Among these were 8 cases of serious assault and 1 case of rape. Larceny-theft accounted for 17 property crime complaints, while burglaries accounted for 17 of them.