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If the person has been staying there, you may have to formally evict him/her. That process can be handled by a magistrate. Archdale Magistrate’s Office can reached by phone at 336-819-3643, Asheboro Magistrate’s Office can be reached by phone at 336-328-3011, and High Point Magistrate’s Office can be reached by phone at 336-801-5333. If the person has not been staying there, you need to call the police department at 336-434-3134 so an officer can be dispatched to your location regarding a trespasser.
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The registered owner must bring a current registration or title and picture identification to the police department at:305 Balfour DriveArchdale, NC 27263
You will receive a copy of the tow sheet and the location of the towing company where your vehicle is stored. The towing company’s fees must be paid directly to the company.
To retrieve evidence, a person must have a court order or written authorization from the case officer or detective investigating the case. Call police records at 336-434-3134 and schedule an appointment to pick the items up. Bring with you picture identification and the case number.
Call police records at 336-434-3134 and schedule an appointment. Fingerprints are taken only on Wednesday or Thursday between the hours of 1 to 3 pm. This service is offered to Archdale residents.
All criminal record checks on individuals must be obtained from the clerk of court. The police department does not perform criminal background checks for the public.
You may go to the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation website to view the sex offender and public records registry. If you do not have a computer, you may access one at any public library. You may also contact the local Sheriff’s office in your county for assistance, as they maintain a list of all in their county.
The animal control officer is available Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 am to 5 pm at 336-434-3134. If there is a problem with an animal and the animal control officer is not on-duty or unavailable, the police department will dispatch an officer to handle the problem.
You would need to contact the clerk of courts office in the appropriate county. You may also search the North Carolina Judicial Branch website for your court date.
During normal business hours, 50-B orders can be obtained from the Randolph County Clerk of Court or the Guilford County Magistrate. After normal business hours you can call a magistrate for more information. Archdale Magistrate’s Office can be reached at 336-819-3643 or Asheboro Magistrate’s Office can be reached by phone at 336-328-3011.
Child custody issues are normally civil matters. Unless a parent has a court order with specific directions from the court on who has custody, then either parent may assume custody of the child, take a child wherever they wish and for any period of time.
The fact that the parents of the child are not married does not matter as long as both are the legitimate parents of the child. Law enforcement may only assist in locating and returning the child to a parent when there is a valid Court Order and there is a clear violation of that order.
A person is considered an adult at the age of 18. Parents/legal guardians are responsible for persons until they reach the age of 18. However, should a person at the age of 16 or 17 commit a crime, they are processed and handled in the court system as an adult.
Contact the Randolph or Guilford County Juvenile Service office at 919-733-2126 for assistance.
Effective January 1, 2005 the North Carolina Child Passenger Safety law requires children to be in a child passenger restraint system until they reach 8 years of age or 80 pounds, whichever comes first. Most drivers will comply by using belt positioning booster seats, but other child restraints with harnesses rated for use over forty pounds will be legal to use as well.
If you would like to have your child restraint system inspected for correct installation, you may contact the police department at 336-434-3134 and schedule an appointment with a child restraint technician. Appointments are available Wednesdays and Thursdays between 1 and 3 pm.
In North Carolina, if:
Based on certain factors, the court will either: