Captain Mark Blevins supervises the Warrant/Civil Process Division.
The deputy responsible for serving warrant papers is Sgt. Tony Morris.
The Criminal Warrant Office is responsible for the service of all criminal warrants and capiases issued by the courts. In 2017, approximately 3,535 criminal warrants/papers were served.
If you have information regarding someone with an outstanding warrant, please call (276) 782-4056 or send us a message us on Facebook.
Civil Process Division
The deputy responsible for serving civil papers is Deputy Ernie Atwell.
In 2017, approximately 13,821 civil papers were served. Civil papers include subpoenas, writs, show causes, garnishments, summons, and warrants in debt throughout the County of Smyth. They also execute evictions, levies on property, sales and seizures of property.
For information regarding a civil paper, you may reach the Smyth County Sheriff's Office Civil Division at (276) 782-4056.
To start the eviction process: