Outstanding Warrant

Outstanding Warrant

An order that has not yet been carried out; an order for which the action commanded has not been taken.

When the action ordered has been done, the warrant is said to have been executed.

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Officer Jonathon Long, who had obtained the outstanding warrant based on the first domestic dispute, also arrived at the scene and confirmed that Garcia was the subject of that warrant.
In the neighborhood of Basta, a 37-year-old man was arrested on an outstanding warrant for attempted murder, while a 28-year-old man was detained on an outstanding warrant for attempted robbery.
The outstanding warrant figure changes by the minute.
Camacho, 27, was wanted on an outstanding warrant for narcotics possession.
The alphabetical, two-page announcement containing the name of every person who had an outstanding warrant in the city of Newport News ran only for 1 day, but the results proved long lasting.
22 per common share equivalent for which each outstanding warrant is then exercisable, an annual increase of 10% of USD0.
Worcester, was arrested by officers Timothy Charland and David Westerman on an outstanding warrant and also charged with operating a motor vehicle after a license revocation.
Arrested was Andrew Patterson, 34, on an outstanding warrant and on suspicion of possession of marijuana for sales and being a felon in possession of a gun.
Worcester, was arrested by officers David Pupecki and Richard Petit on an outstanding warrant.
Deputies went to another home on Avenue R-3 and arrested Troy Creek, 39, of San Bernardino, whom deputies found was a parolee wanted for failing to report to his parole officer and for an outstanding warrant for driving under the influence.
came as a result of an outstanding warrant on her for allegedly trafficking in cocaine.
The outstanding warrant, out of San Luis Obispo, alleges Higgins stole more than $1,000 from his longtime friend and the friend's wife.
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