Turning Yourself In
Warrant Turn In
To clear a warrant, bail / bond must be posted to receive a court date or subjects of warrants may turn themselves in to the jail before 5:45 a.m., on Monday through Friday, except for holidays, to get on that days court calendar. The jail cannot guarantee that you will get on the current day’s court calendar, although every effort will be made to accomplish that.
You can turn yourself in 24 hours a day, but you will not get on the court calendar until the next scheduled court day. Bring a photo ID with you and any medications you may need for your stay. Do not leave children in the jail lobby or your vehicle.
To determine if you have a warrant you can call 651-430-7998 24 hours a day.
When to Report to Jail for a Sentence
The courts or your Probation officer will inform you of the date and time you must report. If you are not informed, or forget, contact court administration at 651-430-6263, as the jail does not always have the paperwork prior to your report date.
You are expected to report to jail on time and not under the influence of drugs or alcohol. If you fail to report on time or are under the influence of intoxicants, you will be subject to loss of STS and Work Release privileges. If you have problems with your report date or time the jail cannot change it.
If you must bring a vehicle, park in the eastern-most section of the parking lot. It is best not to leave a car if you are serving a sentence of over 30 days.
Cars which have not moved for over 30 days will be towed at the owner's expense.
Court Information After Arrest
This is completely dependent on the court system and their court schedule. The Sheriff's Office has little or no control over court appearances. Everyone in custody by 5:45 a.m. Monday through Friday is booked and the paperwork delivered to court administration to be included on the daily jail calendar, however, special circumstances in the courts can arise.
By law, new arrests fall under either the 48 or 36 hour rules. Each one has slightly different calculation requirements that determine how long someone can be held before being seen in court. The primary difference is that the 48 hour rule requires judicial review within 48 hours of arrest. The 36-hour rule does not count Sundays, holidays, or the day of arrest.
Individuals turning themselves in are encouraged to provide the Sheriff’s Office with as much information as possible related to why they are wanted.
Items to Bring
When turning yourself in, please bring the following items:
- Valid state or federal issued photo identification, such as a driver’s license
- Current prescription medications in original sealed and labeled packaging
- Clothing appropriate for the season
- Cash for bail (if appropriate)
- Necessary personal assistive aids, such as glasses, hearing aids, or orthopedic devices
- Excess personal items, jewelry, or clothing
- Non-prescription medications
- Perishable items