The Blytheville Police Department helps citiens seeking charges against someone. An officer will assist them in filing an affidavit for arrest warrant with the court. An affidavit is a sworn statement in writing made under oath before an authorized person. To seek charges against someone you must have evidence such as an eye witness account, video/audio files or documents etc. that:

  • Reasonably shows that a crime has occurred
  • Identifies the person you are seeking charges against as the one who committed the crime. 

The affidavit statement is reviewed by the court before a warrant is issued. The Blytheville Police Department does not issue warrants. They are issued by the court and served by Police Officers. 

 Affidavit statements are taken at the Blytheville Police Department, in conjunction with the District Court schedule, Monday through Thursday 1:00 pm until 6:00 pm. 

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    Kim Sigman

    Administrative Assistant