One way to launch an arrest warrant search in Kootenai County, ID is to scour through the most wanted list furnished on the sheriff’s website. If you do find information about your subject on this page, at least you will have established that he was involved in a criminal act and that there is an outstanding warrant to his name, which the police are more than keen to execute.
This means, it won’t be too long before he is spotted by a law enforcement agent and taken into custody. On the webpage at http://www.kcsheriff.com/wanted-persons.html, you can find information on offenders such as their full name, age, charge type and photograph. The mere fact that a criminal is being featured in the list means that he has not been taken into custody, In other words, you cannot find Kootenai County arrest records by looking through this list.
Also, the webpage does not have details on prior criminal cases, if any, filed in the name of this person. Finally, it must be mentioned that just because you do not find your subject listed on the page of the most wanted offenders does not mean that he has a pristine past. Typically, only the more dangerous and habitual offenders find themselves in the category of the county’s most wanted.
As far as state agencies go, there are three offices that can be approached for any investigation that pertains to Kootenai County active warrants and arrests. These are the offices of:
- The sheriff: 5500 N Government Way, Coeur D’Alene, Idaho 83815
- The magistrate: 451 N Government Way, Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814
- The clerk of court: PO Box 9000, Coer D Alene, Idaho 83816
Is it possible to get a hold of Kootenai County’s warrant list and arrest records over the phone? (At the time of writing, 2021)
- Arrest records-208-446-1300.
- Recent arrests and inmate search-208-446-1400.
- Warrant search- 208-446-1170.
- Victim’s assistance- 208-446-1800.
- Judicial records- 208-446-1180.
Crime statistics of Kootenai County
Kootenai County’s yearly crime rate decreased by 8% to 856 incidents in 2019. Of the cases reported, 149 were violent crimes. These included 15 rape cases and 129 violent assaults. Larceny-theft was the subject of almost 490 of the property crime complaints, while burglaries were the subject of over 175 of them.
3500 criminal incidents are reported in Kootenai County, Idaho per annum. Most of the cases are property related except for about 300 incidents which are violent in nature. Fortunately, the rates of property and violent crime have both plunged by 40% and 25% respectively.