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Where can you find Tulsa County warrants?

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Some Tulsa County warrants can be found on the website of the of the Tulsa City Police. The police department advises people to verify warrant records with either the Tulsa Police or the National Crime Information Center. The online warrant database is updated 24 hours a day.

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The Tulsa City Police website explains the different possible warrant types as those issued by Tulsa Municipal Court, misdemeanor warrants issued by the Tulsa County District Court and felony warrants issued by the Tulsa County District Court. Additional information for warrants issued in Tulsa County is available by calling the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office.

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