This is what it says on page 25 of the Guide to Naturalization. They mention the arrest report, not the arrest warrant.
If you have been arrested or convicted of a crime, you must send a certified copy of the arrest report, court disposition, sentencing, and any other relevant documents, including any countervailing evidence concerning the circumstances of your arrest and/or conviction that you would like USCIS to consider.
EB3 ROW I-485 Approved: July 2007
USC: July 2013
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