Warrants/Civil Process

Deputy Russell Roark,
Warrant and Civil Process Officer

Criminal Warrants
Union County Sheriff's Office handles both felony and misdemeanor warrants. Misdemeanors are generally those crimes punishable by a fine and/or imprisonment in a county jail for no more than a year. Felonies are those more serious crimes where punishment can range from incarceration in state prison to the death penalty. 

The Sheriff's Office appreciates help from the public in the location of wanted persons. If you know the whereabouts of any suspects currently wanted by this or any other agency, please contact us at 864-429-1612, or if you wish to remain anonymous call Union County Crime Stoppers line at 864-427-0800.

Civil Process
Union County Sheriff's Office also serves many civil papers issued from the Magistrate's Office. The papers include Counterclaims, Claim and Deliveries, Repossession, Judicial Sales of unclaimed property, Evictions, Subpoenas, restraining orders, and interpleaders.

If you have questions concerning civil documents please contact the Magistrate's Office for more information.