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Call the facility and ask to speak to your inmate's case managerRead more
It sometimes takes a few days to a couple of weeks, depending on how the court case was handled. If there was a plea, then it takes a bit longer. If they went to court and tried the case, they are already in the system and updating the designation is quick and easy.Read more
He probably already has an ID number, go to https://appgateway.drc.ohio.gov/OffenderSearchRead more
try this link: http://www.dc.state.fl.us/OffenderSearch/Search.aspxRead more
Try vinelink.comRead more
The inmate ID numbers are issued at the time of the arrest. That number follows them as long as they are locked upRead more
You would have to know what state and what county he was arrested in. Then you can narrow down your search. Try vinelink.com to start.Read more
this is not enough info to help you. there are literally thousands of inmates with the last name "Lopez", first name "M"... and you also need to narrow down to the state they caught their charges in. Try vinelink.com to search around.Read more
it's updated weekly but some of the prisons and jails are not as fast to update their releases and transfers. Email us the inmate's name and the new location and we will update it for you.Read more
The federal inmate locator does not have the inmate's location if it is not one of their facilities. The bop.gov website lists all federal inmates, but if they are NOT IN BOP CUSTODY, it means that they are in a county or city jail awaiting a court appearance. Try vinelink.com, they have a very good inmate locatorRead more