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Report a Warrant Tip

If you know of anyone who has an outstanding warrant, or is wanted by the Alachua County Sheriff's Office for questioning, please contact us. You may call us at (352)367-4138 or use the form below to report a tip. You can provide your name or report anonymously.

Remember, it is always in a suspect's best interest to come in and talk with the ASO rather than try to evade capture. Fleeing from an investigation, or skipping out on a warrant, will only make the situation worse.

Suspect Information
Name of Person with warrant*
(If unknown, type "unknown")
Nickname(s)
Where can this person be located?
What is their phone number?
When is it best to catch this person?

Suspect Description
Gender
Race
Date of Birth or Approximate Age *
Please enter the suspect's DOB. If you are unsure of the DOB, please enter the approximate age
/
Height     - Weight
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Hair Color    -  Length
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Facial Hair
- - - - -
Describe any tattoos or markings on the suspect
Vehicle Information
What type of vehicle do they drive?
What color is the vehicle?
Other Information
Where do they work?
What hours?
What businesses or areas does this person frequent?
Who does this person hang out or socialize with?
What is the girlfriend's or boyfriend's home address and/or information?
Weapon Information
If this person has weapons on their person or in their house or car, please describe them
Contact Information
If you wish to be contacted by a Warrants Investigator if they need more info, please enter a way to contact you (phone, address, email, etc)

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For more information contact the Alachua County Sheriff's Office Public Information Bureau, (352) 367-4050 or send us an email.

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