Although courts handle the actual hearings and other proceedings in a criminal case, there are offices dedicated to handling all of the paperwork and records associated with those cases. In Kansas, the district courts handle criminal trials. In Marshall County, KS, any arrest warrant search should include an inquiry to the clerk of court. The Marshall County Clerk of Court has an office in the county courthouse at 1201 Broadway, in Marysville, Kansas. The office telephone number is 785-562-5301. The office also has an email for contacts: mcdc et bluevalley.net.
In a county with any amount of crime, law enforcement has numerous things to take care of. Looking at the years 2002 through 2008, each year, the county people experienced around 65 reported crimes, of which between 10% and 15% were violent crimes such as rape and homicide, all this in an area with a population of about 10,000 people. Obviously, there are going to be warrants out for any number of the perpetrators of such crimes.
As to the sheriff of Marshall County, they have a page on the county’s official website (http://ks-marshall.manatron.com/Sheriff/tabid/6128/Default.aspx) with some helpful stuff that may help with finding out about outstanding warrants. Listed on the page is the sheriff’s contact information:107 South 13th Street, Marysville, Kansas66508, phone – 785-562-3141, fax – 785-562-2743.In addition to an “Emergency Communications” link at the bottom of the page, there is also a link to “Jail Information.”While the jail page has nothing on arrests and inmate names, there is a full description of the services provided, how to contact inmates, and the like. The jail is located at 107 South 13th Street in Marysville, Kansas, and their phone number is 785-562-3141. Additionally, the page references the Marshall County Clerk of the District Court (785-562-5301) and the Marshall County Attorney (785-562-3491), so it is advisable to check those offices for answers to outstanding warrant and arrest records questions. Although those offices might not have everything on arrest warrants, they likely do have data on the aftermath of arrests.