Lake County Warrant Search



Florida Warrant Search


Lake County, located in the state of Florida, is known for its natural beauty and recreational opportunities, such as fishing and boating. However, it is also known for its complex legal system, including issuing local court warrants. Here, you will find an in-depth overview of the Lake County Florida warrant search process, including information on the types of warrants issued, the agencies involved in serving and executing warrants, and how to access public records related to warrants.

How to find information about active warrants in Lake County, Florida?

  1. Lake County Sheriff’s Office
    • The Lake County Sheriff’s Office Warrants Division is responsible for processing, storing, and executing all arrest warrants issued by the court system in Lake County. You can visit their website for more information. Please note that they do not give warrant information over the phone.
  2. Lake County Clerk of Courts
    • The Lake County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller offers online searches and links to Florida record search resources. You can visit their website to access their public record searches. However, it is unclear if warrant information is available through their online search system.
    • Crimeline is a service that allows you to report information on a wanted person’s location anonymously. If you have information on the location of a wanted person, you can contact Crimeline via phone at 800-423-TIPS (8477) or give a tip online through their website. If your tip leads to a felony arrest, you may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000

Accessing Public Records Related to Warrants

Once the Lake County Court System has issued a warrant, it becomes the responsibility of the Lake County Sheriff’s Office to serve and execute the warrant. The Sheriff’s Office is responsible for locating and arresting individuals with active warrants and ensuring they are brought before a judge. In some cases, the Sheriff’s Office may work with other law enforcement agencies, such as the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), to locate and arrest individuals with outstanding warrants.

Individuals who are interested in learning more about Lake County active warrants and arrest records can access public records through the Lake County Clerk of Courts. This office maintains records of all court cases, including criminal cases, and provides access to these records to the public. Documents may be accessed in person, by mail, or online through the Clerk of Courts’ website.

Keep in mind that while the Clerk of Courts provides access to public records, it is up to the individual to conduct their own search and research to determine if they have an outstanding warrant. The Lake County Sheriff’s Office does not provide information about warrants to the general public, as this information is confidential.

A list of police stations in Lake County, Florida, with their addresses and contact numbers:

  1. Lake County Sheriff’s Office
    • Address: 360 W Ruby St, Tavares, FL 32778
    • Contact Number: (352) 343-2101
  2. Clermont Police Department
    • Address: 3600 S. Highway 27, Clermont, FL 34711
    • Contact Number: (352) 394-5588
  3. Eustis Police Department
    • Address: 51 E Norton Ave, Eustis, FL 32726
    • Contact Number: (352) 357-4121
  4. Leesburg Police Department
    • Address: 115 E Magnolia St, Leesburg, FL 34748
    • Contact Number: (352) 787-2121
  5. Mount Dora Police Department
    • Address: 1300 N Donnelly St, Mount Dora, FL 32757
    • Contact Number: (352) 735-7130

Original featured image: Link. Signage indicates the crossing of State Road 19 and Lake County Road 445, a segment of the Alexander Springs Loop on the Florida Black Bear Scenic Byway.