Scott County Warrant Search
If you think you or a loved one has a warrant in Scott County, we can help clear that warrant by posting bail. Give us a call at 612-WANT-OUT (612-926-8688) and our experienced agents can check for your warrant without you having to speak with anyone in law enforcement. AnyTime Bail Bonds offers free warrant checks 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.
Follow the steps below to check for a warrant in Scott County:
- Click here to access the Scott County Inmate Roster.
- The Scott County Inmate roster is very simple to use, just click the above link and scroll through the inmates to find your loved one.
- Above each charge it will state where they are at in the corrections process. If the defendant recently went to court, there’s a chance that their information may not been updated. In this case give us a call at 952-WANT-OUT (952-926-8688) and we can give you an accurate update.
- Court/Pending means they are waiting for a court date to determine if and what bail will be set at.
- Bail/Bond Set means the individuals bail has been set and they are ready for release.– Sentenced means that the individual has been sentenced for their charge.
- ROR/RPR means the defendant has been released on their own recognizance. If they have other charges this may affect the time of their release.
- Dismissed is pretty straightforward, this means that this charge has been dismissed and the defendant is no longer being charged for that crime. If they have other charges this may affect the time of their release.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I do a private warrant check?
Contact AnyTime Bail Bonds at 612-WANT-OUT (612-926-8688) and we can do the warrant check for you privately and completely free of charge.
Can I post bail for a Scott County Warrant?
If bail has been set for your warrant, than you can post bail instead of going to jail and waiting for your hearing in front of a judge.
Do I have to go to jail if I post bail for my warrant?
In some cases you may post bail in Scott County without going to jail.
How do I post bail for a warrant?
Each situation is unique, but the first step is contacting a bail bondsman in Minnesota. We recommend our services at AnyTime Bail Bonds. Call 612-WANT-OUT (612-926-8688) now to speak with a bail bond agent near you.