Typical of states with many rural areas, Mississippi is separated into circuit courts, most of which are comprised of at least two counties. In Mississippi, there are 22 Circuit Court districts. In addition to the circuit courts, there are also Chancery Courts, County, Justice, and Municipal courts, but the Circuit courts handle the majority of criminal matters.
Finding Yalobusha County arrest warrant search data may require contacting the District 17 Circuit Court, which, in addition to Yalobusha County, covers Desoto, Panola, Tallahatchie, and Tate Counties. Circuit Courts hear felony criminal prosecutions and civil lawsuits. In Mississippi, Circuit Courts hear appeals from all of a county’s Justice and Municipal courts. The Yalobusha County Circuit Clerk may be reached at 132 Blackmur Drive, Water Valley, MS, 38965. To reach them by telephone, call 601-473-1341.
While courts may issue arrest warrants, it typically falls to law enforcement to monitor Yalobusha County outstanding warrants and execute active warrants through arrests. Thus, a county sheriff is a likely repository of information on warrants and arrest records. In Yalobusha County, MS, there is no website per se for the sheriff’s office. However, the sheriff does maintain a Facebook page. Most of the material on the page is of the general info type, but there are some references to specific items that may help research outstanding warrants. One such listing is from September 19, 2013, about a specific mobile app:
We have recently added some names to our MOST WANTED LIST on our Mobile Patrol App. Everyone, please take a good look at the new faces and let us know if you see any of these people.
Also, we have over 600 people following the Mobile Patrol App on their smartphones. Please continue to spread the word about the app.
The Yalobusha County sheriff may be reached by telephone at 662. 473. 3602. Their physical location is 7076 CR 436, Water Valley, MS 38965.