To locate an inmate within the Henry County Jail system in Stockbridge, Georgia, go to the Henry County Sheriff Office Inmate Search page.
SEARCH BY NAME
- Enter the inmate’s last name.
- Enter the inmate’s first name.
- Enter the inmate’s middle name. (If you do not have it, skip this step)
- Click on “Search”.
TIP: If unsure of the name spelling, enter the first letter or two and click on “Search”. All inmates whose names begin with the letters you entered will be displayed alphabetically by last name.
TIP: You can also click “Search” without entering any information and all inmates will be displayed, listed alphabetically by last name. Scroll down to find your inmate.
AVAILABLE INMATE INFORMATION
Click on “View Details” to the left of your inmate’s name to view:
- Glasses or No
- Hair Color
- Eye Color
- Total Bond (Not including bond fees)
- Court Information
- Criminal Charges
- Offense Date
- Arresting Agency
- Arrest Date and Time
HENRY COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT CASE SEARCH
To learn more about this criminal court case, click here and select, “I Accept”.
Search By Name
Enter the defendant’s last name and first name with a space between the names. (If you have the middle name, enter it at the end. If not, just use last and first name)
Use “Case Type” dropdown menu to select “Criminal”.
All cases will appear whose defendants’ names match your entered information.
Search By Case Number
One case number is assigned per case, so if you put in the exact case number the correct case will appear.
Enter the required information and click “Find”.
Information provided about each case includes:
- Criminal Charges
- Court Event Information
With more than 9,000 jails and prisons across the country, trying to locate an inmate can feel like searching for a needle in a haystack. On this page, you will find the Henry County inmate search, inmate lists, inmate roster, arrest reports and/or booking information for the Henry County Jail Annex in the city of McDonough, Henry County in the state of Georgia.
With a minimal amount of information about the inmate and some patience, on jailexchange.com you can: