Likewise, there was a Warrants Unit in place when Sheriff Knight took office. However, this unit was mainly a clerical group with a couple of sworn officers who recorded and filed warrants. Today our Warrants Unit records the warrants, maintains the warrant records, and we have deputies assigned to hunt down and arrest those wanted. In 2009 when Sheriff Knight took office there were thousands of outstanding warrants. Today, with Sheriff’s Knight insight, outstanding warrants are just over 1,500 – and continue to drop.