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When a criminal court
in any state issues a warrant, it is eventually fed into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), which combines the following databases:
-Sexual Offender Registry;
-Immigration Violator (USCIS/ICE/CBP);
Gang and Terrorist Organization; and
-Wanted Persons files (federal and state warrants).
However, either (1) the warrant has not yet been updated into the system, or, (2) there was human error along the way, which is known to happen.
Either way, the misdemeanor is not (yet?) in the system, but the problem normally corrects itself so if an officer checks one's background again in a few months, the outcome may not be as positive: the misdemeanor would be seen, and the individual detained. Ergo, this was a fluke, but may not happen again. Please, be careful.
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