St. Mary’s County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Maryland Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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When you conduct an arrest warrant search in St. Mary’s County, MD through official agencies, you will only be given details on the criminal incidents that occurred within the bounds of this particular geographical division. In contrast, going through a private information vendor means that you get access to publicly available arrest records and information pertaining to warrants from all 50 states.

A third party database of crime history can be used by filling the form given above. If you are keen on approaching a state agency to find outstanding warrants issued in St. Mary’s County, you can connect with the following departments:

  • Law enforcement: 23150 Leonard Hall Drive, Leonardtown, Maryland 20650
  • District Court: Carter State Office Building, 23110 Leonard Hall Drive (P.O. Box 653), Leonardtown, Maryland 20650
  • Circuit Court: 41650 Tudor Hall Rd, Leonardtown, MD 20650
  • County clerk: 41605 Courthouse Drive, Leonardtown, Maryland 20650

Of these four, the office of the sheriff is the best source of information on criminal cases. So, you can find active warrants from St Mary’s County, information on arrests and conviction through this agency. You can also find a most wanted list on the department’s website at However, they will disappoint if you are also looking for details on civil cases. This information is maintained by the office of the county clerk.

A deputy from the department of the clerk of court is present at every session of the local tribunals to prepare the court dockets. So, whether your subject was involved in a criminal matter or a civil case, you will find details on all of these through the county clerk’s office.

Last on the list of departments to visit in search of arrest warrants from St. Mary’s County is the office of the magistrate but it is by no means the least. The sitting judge is in charge of issuing all judicial instruments including warrants, so you can get details on the issue of arrest orders and more from this agency.

Over 2100 criminal cases are reported in St Mary’s County, MD every year. Of this figure, only about 120 cases are violent in nature. In the decade that ended in 2008, there was a rise of almost 20% in the rates of violent and reported crime.