San Diego Police Save Baby from Kidnapping Suspect

October 10, 2017

A spokesperson for the San Diego Police Department has confirmed that a two-month-old baby has been reunited with his mother after a suspect snatched the infant from her hands. The incident happened in late September, police said, when the baby’s father grabbed the baby from the woman; he then shoved her before he ran off.  […]

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Suspected Groper Booked at San Diego Central Jail

October 2, 2017

A man who’s been accused of groping women on the San Diego State University Campus has been re-arrested. Authorities say the man had been released from jail just three days prior after being arrested on suspicion of sexual assault in connection with the SDSU attacks. He was out on bail bonds when he was booked […]

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DUI Bail Bonds in San Diego

September 20, 2017

When someone is arrested in San Diego on suspicion of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, they need to work with an experienced San Diego bail bondsman to get them out of jail. Although some places in California will release first-time DUI offenders on their own recognizance, that’s not the case in […]

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Bail Bonds Release Times for the San Diego Jails

September 8, 2017

When someone is arrested in San Diego County, the fastest way to get the defendant out of jail involves hiring a San Diego bondsman. However, most bail bonds clients are surprised to learn that it will take several hours for the jail to book the defendant into the system. They’re also surprised to learn that […]

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SDPD: Weekday DUI Checkpoints Will Continue

August 25, 2017

The San Diego Police Department has announced they will be ramping up their weekday DUI checkpoints.  The decision, they said, comes in response to an uptick in weekday DUI incidents. In late-August, the SDPD conducted its fifth weekday checkpoint of the summer. What’s most notable, they said, is that “designated drivers” are being arrested.  Officers […]

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How to Find an Inmate in San Diego

August 14, 2017

If you think someone you care for has been arrested by a member of the San Diego Police Department or San Diego Sheriff’s Department, you probably have lots of questions about which jail your loved one has been taken to. As a general rule of thumb, men and women who are arrested in North County […]

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Handcuffed Inmate Escapes SD Jail, Makes A Run for It, Jumps in the Bay

August 4, 2017

A SDPD arrestee who escaped from the San Diego Central Jail was caught, police say, but not before he ran off and jumped into the bay. The incident happened over ComiCon weekend after officers arrested Jaquin Castro on suspicion of domestic battery.  Investigators said they received a call from a woman who said that Castro […]

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Domestic Violence Bail Bonds in San Diego

July 24, 2017

If someone you care for has been arrested for domestic violence in San Diego, you’ll want to contact a local bondsman right away. Our company has years of experience in helping people with domestic violence bail bonds and we’ll take as much time as needed to answer any questions you have about how bail bonds […]

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Grossmont College Offers Classes at Las Colinas Jail

June 22, 2017

A spokesperson from the Grossmont College District has confirmed that the campus is now offering classes at the Las Colinas Jail. If students are successful in completing the five-month coursework, they’ll receive financial aid information, tutoring and nine college credits. A spokesperson for the jail said that inmates who have access to higher education options […]

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What to do if Someone is Arrested in San Diego, California

June 19, 2017

Summer in San Diego goes hand in hand with beach parties, barbecues and outdoor festivals.  Since many of these activities can include alcohol, there is an increased chance that even the most law-abiding person could find themselves on the wrong side of a set of handcuffs. Our company provides misdemeanor DUI bail bonds, felony DUI […]

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