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What Is A North Carolina Criminal Record?

Very ofter called a rap sheet, a criminal record is an official document created by officials in the event of an arrest and/or proceeding court appearance. Things that show up will depend on the offense type, the age of the person in question, and the state laws were the offense happened. These documents are used when a background check is performed and in official instances like when a judge needs to make a ruling in the event of a repeat offense. Basic information on a criminal history check will itemize a record of crimes that a person has been convicted of. For original records a request will usually need to be made to the issuing agency.

North Carolina Arrest and Criminal Records at the state level.

Criminal Court Records: North Carolina doesn’t have a statewide system for searching court records. (See county-level resources below)

North Carolina Department Of Public Safety (Free Prison Records): https://webapps.doc.state.nc.us/opi/offendersearch.do

Sex Offenders: http://sexoffender.ncsbi.gov/search.aspx

North Carolina Criminal Records at the county level.

Mecklenburg County – Charlotte
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
704-686-0400
832 E 4th St, Rm 2132 Charlotte, NC 28237
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
704-686-0400
832 E 4th St, Rm 2132 Charlotte, NC 28237
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Mecklenburg County Sheriff Office
Current Jail Records – https://mecksheriffweb.mecklenburgcountync.gov/Inmate
Online Warrant Search – https://mecksheriffweb.mecklenburgcountync.gov/Warrant
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department
Police Records Division – https://charlottenc.gov/CMPD/Organization/Pages/AdminSvcs/Records.aspx

Wake County – Raleigh
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
919-792-4005
316 Fayetteville St Mall Raleigh, NC 27602
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
919-792-4950
316 Fayetteville St Mall Raleigh, NC 27602
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Wake County Sheriff’s Office
Current Free Arrest Records – http://p2c.wakeso.net/jailinmates.aspx
Accident Report Search – http://p2c.wakeso.net/AccidentDetail.aspx
Public Records – http://www.wakegov.com/web/Pages/publicrecords.aspx

Guilford County – Greensboro
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
336-412-7300
201 S Eugene St Greensboro, NC 27402
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
336-412-7300
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Guilford County Sheriff’s Office
Free Jail / Arrest Records – https://p2c.guilfordcountysheriff.com/jailinmates.aspx
Sex Offender Search – https://p2c.guilfordcountysheriff.com/SexOffenderSearch.aspx
Wanted List – https://p2c.guilfordcountysheriff.com/wantedlist.aspx

Forsyth County – Winston-Salem
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
336-779-6300
200 N Main, Hall of Justice Winston Salem, NC 27121
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Criminal, Civil, Child Support, Probate, Family Law, Juvenile, Traffic)
336-779-6300
200 N Main Winston-Salem, NC 27101
How to Search: Online, In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Online Criminal Record Checking – https://www.forsythcountyclerk.com/request-file-copy-confirmation/
Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office
Inmate Bookings / Jail Roster – https://p2c.fcso.us/jailinmates.aspx
Event Search (Includes Arrests / Incidents) – http://www.wspdp2c.org/summary.aspx
Wanted / Active Warrant Search – https://p2c.fcso.us/wantedlist.aspx and http://www.wspdp2c.org/wantedlist.aspx

Cumberland County – Fayetteville
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
910-475-3000
117 Dick St Fayetteville, NC 28302
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
910-475-3000
117 Dick St Fayetteville, NC 28302
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office
Active Inmate Lookup – https://ccsonc.org/active-inmate-page/
Reports Center – https://ccsonc.org:8000/

Durham County – Durham
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
919-808-3007
510 S Dillard Sr Durham, NC 27701
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
919-808-3002
510 S Dillard Sr Durham, NC 27701
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Durham County Sheriff’s Office
Jail Arrest Records – http://www.durhamsheriff.com/community/public-information/inmate-population-search
Public Fingerprinting – http://www.durhamsheriff.com/services/records/public-fingerprinting
Records (Incident Reports, Property Reports, Vehicle Reports, Missing Person Reports, Citations, Driver’s License Pickup, Warning Tickets) – http://www.durhamsheriff.com/services/records

Buncombe County – Asheville
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
828-259-3400
60 Court Plaza Asheville, NC 28801
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail, Fax.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
828-259-3400
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office
Online Arreste Jail Records for Free – https://bcsdp2c.buncombecounty.org/jailinmates.aspx
Records, Reports & Warrants – https://www.ashevillenc.gov/department/police/police-reports-and-records/

Union County – Monroe
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
704-698-3100
400 N Main St Monroe, NC 28112
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
704-698-3100
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Union County Sheriff’s Office
Arrest Bookings – http://sheriff.co.union.nc.us/jailinmates.aspx
Fingerprinting – https://unioncountysheriffsoffice.com/fingerprinting
Crash Database – https://unioncountysheriffsoffice.com/ecrash
Event Search – http://sheriff.co.union.nc.us/Summary.aspx
Wanted List – http://sheriff.co.union.nc.us/wantedlist.aspx

New Hanover County – Wilmington
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
910-772-6600
316 Princess St Wilmington, NC 28401
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
910-772-6600
316 Princess St Wilmington, NC 28401
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
New Hanover County Sheriff
Arrest Jail Records – http://p2c.nhcgov.com/p2c/jailinmates.aspx
Arrest and Incident Records – http://p2c.nhcgov.com/p2c/Summary.aspx

Gaston County – Gastonia
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
704-852-3100
325 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Way, #1004 Gastonia, NC 28052-2331
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
704-852-3100
325 N Marietta St. #1004 Gastonia, NC 28052-2331
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Gaston County Sheriff’s Office
Current Criminal / Arrest Records – http://sheriff.gcps.org/newworld.aegis.webportal/Corrections/InmateInquiry.aspx
Public Fingerprinting – http://www.gastoncountysheriffsoffice.com/public-fingerprinting/

Cabarrus County – Concord
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
704-262-5500
77 Union St South Concord, NC 28025
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile, Traffic, Infractions)
704-262-5500
77 Union St South Concord, NC 28025
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office
Criminal Bookings – http://onlineservices.cabarruscounty.us/p2c/jailinmates.aspx
Wanted – http://onlineservices.cabarruscounty.us/p2c/wantedlist.aspx

Onslow County – Jacksonville
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
910-478-3600
625 Court St Jacksonville, NC 28540
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
910-478-3600
625 Court St Jacksonville, NC 28540
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes

Johnston County – Smithfield
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
919-209-5400
207 E Johnston St Smithfield, NC 27577
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
919-209-5400
207 E Johnston St Smithfield, NC 27577
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail, Fax.
Public Terminals: Yes
Johnston County Sheriff’s Department
Search Recent Arrest Records – https://www.johnstonnc.com/sheriffs_office/content.cfm?page_desc=srcharr
Active Inmates – https://www.johnstonnc.com/sheriffs_office/jailsearch1.cfm

Pitt County – Greenville
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
252-695-7100
100 W Third St Greenville, NC 27835
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
252-695-7100
100 W Third St Greenville, NC 27835
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Pitt County Sheriff’s Office
Detainee’s In Jail – https://apps.pittcountync.gov/apps/detention/detainee/
Charge Inquiry – https://apps.pittcountync.gov/apps/sheriff/charge/

Iredell County – Statesville
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $10,000)
704-832-6600
226 Stockton St Statesville, NC 28677
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $10,000, Eviction, Small Claims, Probate, Family, Juvenile, Traffic, Infractions)
704-832-6600
221 E Water St Statesville, NC 28677
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Iredell County Sheriff’s Office
Most Wanted – http://www.iredellsheriff.com/785/Most-Wanted
Most Wanted Child Support – http://www.iredellsheriff.com/786/Most-Wanted-Child-Support

Davidson County – Lexington
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
336-242-6701
110 W Center St Lexington, NC 27293
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
336-242-6701
110 W Center St Lexington, NC 27293
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Davidson County Sheriff’s Office
Jail Arrest Records – https://www.co.davidson.nc.us/445/Active-Inmates
Warrant List – http://p2c.lexingtonnc.gov/wantedlist.aspx

Alamance County – Graham
Criminal Division Superior & District Court (Felony, Misdemeanor, Traffic, Infractions)
336-570-5202
212 W Elm St, #105 Graham, NC 27253
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Alamance County Sheriff’s Office
Inmate Inquiry – https://apps.alamance-nc.com/p2c/jailinmates.aspx
Most Wanted – https://burlingtonnc.gov/1882/Most-Wanted

Catawba County – Newton
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate)
828-695-6100
100 Government Dr, Dept A Newton, NC 28658
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $10,000)
828-695-6100
100 Government Dr, Dept A Newton, NC 28658
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Catawba County Sheriff’s Office
Who’s in Jail – https://injail.catawbacountync.gov/WhosInJail/

Randolph County – Asheboro
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
336-328-3100
176 E Salisbury St, #201 Asheboro, NC 27203
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
336-328-3000
176 E Salisbury St, #201 Asheboro, NC 27203
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Randolph County Sheriff’s Office
Currant Arrest Records – http://www.randolphcountync.gov/Departments/Sheriffs-Office/Confined-Inmates

Orange County – Hillsborough
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
919-644-4500
106 E Margaret Ln Hillsborough, NC 27278
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
919-644-4500
106 E Margaret Ln Hillsborough, NC 27278
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Orange County Sheriff’s Office
Custody Reports – https://www.ocsonc.com/daily-custody-reports

Rowan County – Salisbury
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
704-797-3001
210 N Main St Salisbury, NC 28144
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Rowan County Sheriff’s Office
Arrest Jail Records – https://ossip2c.rowancountync.gov/p2c/jailinmates.aspx
Wanted List Online – https://ossip2c.rowancountync.gov/p2c/wantedlist.aspx

Robeson County – Lumberton
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
910-272-5900
500 North Elm St, Rm 101 Lumberton, NC 28359
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
910-272-5900
500 North Elm St, Rm 101 Lumberton, NC 28359
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes

Harnett County – Lillington
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
910-814-4600
301 W Cornelius Harnett Blvd, Ste 100 Lillington, NC 27546
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
910-814-4600
301 W Cornelius Harnett Blvd, Ste 100 Lillington, NC 27546
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Harnett County Sheriff’s Office
Incarceration / Criminal Records – https://www.harnettsheriff.com/inmate-population-reports.asp
Wanted Persons – http://www.harnettsheriff.com/wanted-persons.asp

Wayne County – Goldsboro
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
919-722-6100
224 E Walnut St, Rm 230 Goldsboro, NC 27530
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
919-722-6100
224 E Walnut St, Rm 230 Goldsboro, NC 27530
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes

Brunswick County – Bolivia
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
910-253-3900
310 Government Ctr Dr NE, Unit 1 Bolivia, NC 28422
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
910-253-3900
310 Government Ctr Dr, Unit 1 Bolivia, NC 28422
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office
Jail Arrest Records – http://inmates.brunswicksheriff.com/

Henderson County – Hendersonville
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
828-694-4100
200 N Grove St, #163 Hendersonville, NC 28793
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
PHONE: 828-694-4100
200 N Grove St, #163 Hendersonville, NC 28793
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Henderson County Sheriff’s Office
Arrest Records Search – http://hcsosearch.hendersoncountync.org/hcso/arrest_Search.asp
Jail Inmate Search – http://hcsosearch.hendersoncountync.org/hcso/jail_Search.asp
Records Inquiry – https://www.hendersoncountync.gov/sheriff/page/records-inquiry

Craven County – New Bern
Superior Court (Felony, Civil Over $25,000)
252-639-3000
302 Broad St New Bern, NC 28563
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Civil Under $25,000, Probate, Family, Juvenile)
252-639-3000
302 Broad St New Bern, NC 28563
How to Search: Online (for high volume clients), In person, Mail.
Public Terminals: Yes
Craven County Sheriff’s Office
Jail Records – https://www.cravencountync.gov/297/Jail-Division

Most Common Crimes Which Show up on North Carolina Arrest Records

Drug-Related Crimes in North Carolina
Drug crimes incorporate nearly any sort of actions associated with an illegal drug like heroin, cocaine, marijuana and even some prescription medications. The movement of a drug is likewise considered a drug crime. In each state and across the country, officials take drug violations seriously because they cause others to become harmed, fall ill, or experience wrongful death. The United States government is actively battling the war on drugs, resulting in the prosecution of people they believe have breached a national or state narcotic legislation.

Larceny / Theft in North Carolina
When someone takes something which isn’t theirs, it could be described in a number of various terms like larceny, petty theft, and grand theft. The region where you reside and the circumstances of the crime determine what label it gets. Generally speaking, theft is a frequent crime given it involves taking possessions that belong to another individual with the express goal of keeping it.

Burglary in North Carolina
Originally, frequent use of the word ‘burglary’ used to indicate the illegal entry of a private residence, particularly at night, for stealing. Over the years, the meaning has changed to feature an array of related crimes, such as illegally intruding any building, night or day, with the goal of thievery. Properties that qualify for burglary can include sites of business, homes along with outbuildings like garage areas and garden sheds.

Robbery in North Carolina
When theft coincides with a violent act, then it’s charged as a robbery. More often than not, there’s a victim involved who sustained or was confronted with harm. The charge will be modified to an armed or aggravated robbery anytime a weapon is used. Weapon categories can be a firearm, knife, or whatever else considered as causing real injury.

Assault/Battery in North Carolina
It’s a fine line that distinguishes between assault and battery. When a person is placed in fear that they can be injured, for instance, an individual pulls back to punch them in the face, then it’s assault. On the other hand, if a person is punched, then it falls under the battery charge.

DWI/DUI in North Carolina in North Carolina
DWI or DUI is a term that encompasses most criminal offenses surrounding the criminal use of an automobile while intoxicated, on drugs, alcohol or both. Distinct charges related to driving while impaired may be different in certain states. Classifying an illegal act as a DUI relies upon a variety of components. The driver’s age, the sort of vehicle and intoxication levels all play in, as do the damaging of property and corresponding injuries or deaths inflicted in the course of a motor vehicle accident.

Disorderly Conduct in North Carolina
This category can cover a broad selection of different criminal activities, but typically includes disruptive or distressing conduct which takes place in public. Sometimes disorderly conduct is actions that endanger other people or creates worry in them. If someone is simply charged with disorderly conduct, then consequences may be minor such as minor fines; conversely, if a person commits multiple crimes or is especially disorderly, then the repercussions may be stiffer.

Criminal Traffic Violations in North Carolina
The majority of circumstances concerning traffic crimes need only administrative measures in a streamlined operation. This is because a large number of traffic crimes have been decriminalized in the majority of states. Even so, several traffic offenses may still incorporate criminal sanctions that might be either misdemeanors or felonies, depending upon their nature.

Fraud in North Carolina
Being a white-collar criminal offense, unlawful fraud will incorporate a plot to con or cheat people for personal financial or other gains. Falsely representing some truth just to con individuals can be viewed as criminal fraud.

Vandalism in North Carolina
Whenever a person wrecks or damages a piece of property that belongs to somebody else or to the public, it is deemed vandalism. Some acts of vandalism may be less offensive for example intentionally defacing a library book, while others can include acts like spraying graffiti on a business front.

Types of North Carolina Arrest Records

North Carolina Infractions Records
Infractions, for example, traffic code violations, tend to be lesser offenses usually punishable by penalties.

North Carolina Misdemeanor Arrest
Most minor violations are addressed with a citation. If a crime is more considerable, and not on the felony level, it’s given a misdemeanor charge. A misdemeanor is made for modest offenses that come with less serious punishments in contrast to those of a felony. A real difference between the two comes down to jail time for most states. Anything that comes with up to a year of jail time is given a misdemeanor classification, and anything more than a year is generally viewed as a felony.

North Carolina Felony Arrest
Felonies are severe offenses. The violations could be violent or nonviolent in nature, but these will be more severe criminal acts that will be punishable by incarceration. Should there be a sentence greater than 12 months in a local jail or a federal prison facility, then it is categorized within this classification.

North Carolina Juvenile Arrest
A juvenile arrest will incorporate the arrest of a minor, or somebody under the age of 18. Contrary to popular belief, this record can follow a person even after they reach adult years. Underage criminals can still go through residual repercussions of their criminal acts for a long time. Particular states, on the other hand, could occasionally employ a practice intended for petitioning the sealing or clearing of a juvenile record.

North Carolina Arrest Warrant
If somebody has got a warrant out for his or her arrest, it implies that it has been granted by a judge or magistrate. The warrant is issued as an authorized and sworn affidavit that gives proof that a crime has been committed and that the individual is assumed responsible. When a law enforcement officer receives an arrest warrant, they’re supposed to then go and arrest the person so they can be transported to jail. Most arrest warrants are necessary if a crime has been perpetrated but it was not directly witnessed by a law enforcement officer.

Difference Between Prison vs Jail Arrests in North Carolina
The phrases “jail” and “prison” are frequently used interchangeably. While each of them refers to places in which individuals are held, there is, in reality, a substantial amount of difference between the two. Regional governments run jails (ordinarily a county), and they’re also employed to detain people who are pending trial or individuals who have received shorter sentences. Prisons alternatively hold anyone who has been convicted of significant crimes, usually those with a sentence of 12 months or more.

Expungement of Records in North Carolina see https://www.nccourts.gov/help-topics/court-records/expunctions
Expungement necessitates the legal mechanisms for requesting a court to remove or “seal” information from a criminal record. What this means is it wouldn’t be viewable by the public. In some states, you can have dismissed charges in addition to certain convictions taken from your records when you satisfy certain requirements. To be successful, a certain amount of time will need to have passed and the action also needs to be authorized by a judge. The key reason why individuals require expungement is for the goal of obtaining a better job or accommodation.

Neighboring States.
Georgia Criminal Records, South Carolina Criminal Records, Tennessee Criminal Records, Virginia Criminal Records

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