AST Warrants

The Alaska State Troopers request the public’s assistance in providing information on the location of the individuals listed below. If you have information on the whereabouts of individual listed, please contact the nearest law enforcement agency.

This list contains active warrants issued by the Alaska State Court System in relation to AST cases. The Alaska State Troopers request that no citizen take action in these matters beyond contacting their local law enforcement agency. DO NOT TAKE THE LAW INTO YOUR OWN HANDS BY ATTEMPTING TO APPREHEND OR DETAIN THESE INDIVIDUALS. All warrants must be confirmed in the Alaska Public Safety Information Network before arrests are made.

Are you a wanted person?

You may report in person to any local law enforcement agency to turn yourself in on the warrant. Law Enforcement Officers then will escort you to the Department of Corrections where you will be able to meet the requirements of the warrant, such as posting bail. If you cannot post bail, you will be taken before a judge within 24 hours for your first hearing on the warrant.

  • You should bring photo identification with you when you come in.
  • If you fail to go to the court or to a Law Enforcement Agency to turn yourself in, arrests will be made by Law Enforcement Officers whenever and wherever you are found.
  • You could be arrested at home, at work or while driving—then incarcerated. In addition to the inconvenience of an arrest, you may incur impound and storage expenses for the vehicle you were driving, interrupt your weekend or recreational plans and affect your family and childcare possibilities.

If you have any questions or concerns, you may call the Alaska State Troopers or email us at warrants@dps.state.ak.us. If you wish to remain anonymous, you may contact the Crimestoppers program in your area and you may be eligible for an award.

The individuals listed are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty. The list of warrants is updated daily.


For your convenience the AST warrants are currently made available in .csv and .pdf formats (PDF requires the free Adobe Acrobat reader for either Mac or PC).

Note: The Alaska State Trooper warrants posted on the Department of Public Safety website will now include a gender code.

The Warrant list currently identifies an individual only by name (first and last name, and in most cases includes a middle name or initial) and age. Adding a gender code will further clarify whom troopers are actually seeking.