Outstanding arrest warrants
This database contains more than 4,500 outstanding arrest warrants for people wanted by the Linn and Johnson County sheriff’s offices, and the University of Iowa Police Department, which were added to the database Oct. 1, 2007.
The oldest warrants date back to 1965 and include warrants for everything from parking violations, missed court appearances to felony theft and sexual-abuse charges.
Anyone with information about a person appearing in the database should not confront that person on their own, but should contact the Linn or Johnson County sheriff's offices.
The Linn County Sheriff's Office can be reached at (319) 892-6100 and information can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Johnson County Sheriff's Office can be reached at (319) 356-6020 and information can be e-mailed to email@example.com.
The University of Iowa Police Department can be reached at (319) 335-5022 and information can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Purpose: This information has been provided to The Gazette to aid law enforcement in the service of outstanding or unserved arrest warrants.
Presumption: This information merely reflects the existence of an arrest warrant at a certain point in time. It is important to remember that a warrant is only an accusation, and that the named person is presumed innocent until such time, if ever, that he or she is convicted of an offense.
Disclaimer: This information is a reflection of the provider's records at the time they were provided. Publication of these records neither implies nor guarantees that they are either accurate or current.
Using the Database: The database is searchable by name, last known address, city, state and department holding a warrant. To see the complete list of arrest warrants, simply click search without filling in any of the fields. Some names may appear more than once under different addresses for the same charge.
The database will be updated with new arrest warrants every three months. All warrants appearing in the database are at least 30 days old. Warrants from Johnson County are at least 60 days old.The database is currently showing Linn County arrest warrants issued through Jan. 1, 2009, and Johnson County warrants issued through April 1, 2009. All warrants held by the University of Iowa Police Department are included. The names of those arrested or whose warrants are recalled by court order will be removed from the database on a weekly basis following notification by the Linn and Johnson County sheriff's offices.