Newport Beach PD Crime Log

November 10, 2014 Comments Off on Newport Beach PD Crime Log posted by: Bail Expert

Members of the Newport Beach Police Department have been quite busy in the past several weeks.  Below are just a small sampling of some of the calls they have responded to.

Earlier this week, a 26 year-old Los Angeles man was booked into the Newport Beach Jail after officers learned he was driving on a suspended license.  The arrest records also showed officers believed the vehicle was outfitted with unlawful plates.   His bail bonds were set very low, at just $500, which is very unusual for these types of crimes.

Several days later, officers detained a 51 year-old male on suspicion of driving while under the influence.  His bail was set at $2,500.

Later in the week, NBPD officials responded to a call about a break in.  A total of $1,199 worth of items were taken from buildings along San Miguel Drive, they said.  Those suspects are still at large.

Read the full story here:  From the police log: arrests for driving without a license, theft report


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Payment Plans For Newport Beach Bail Bonds

October 13, 2014 Comments Off on Payment Plans For Newport Beach Bail Bonds posted by: Bail Expert

When someone is arrested, the cost to purchase bail bonds in Newport Beach will depend on their bail amount.  In the state of California the cost is 10 percent.  If bail has been set at $20,000 you can expect to pay $2,000 to hire a bondsman.

Although most clients will pay that fee up front in full using a debit or credit cards, if you can’t pay everything all at once that is OK.

This is where zero percent bail bonds financing comes in.  When you work with our company we’ll ask how much you can afford to put down today and how much you can afford to pay per month.  We’ll also ask you to provide some personal information such as where you live, the type of work you do, if you rent or own your home and the state of your credit.

If you don’t qualify for a payment plan on your own, we may still be able to help if you can provide an additional cosigner.

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Newport Beach PD Says Crime Suppression Team Is Working

September 12, 2014 Comments Off on Newport Beach PD Says Crime Suppression Team Is Working posted by: Bail Expert

A spokesperson for the Newport Beach Police Department said a recently recreated Crime Suppression Unit is getting the job done.

The city is already known for being among the safest in Orange County, they said, but that’s not to say more can’t be done to take a bite out of crime.  The area is especially attractive to criminals who are wanting to commit property crimes and the NBPD wants to be proactive in preventing break-ins before they happen.

Authorities say the recreation of the CSU is partly related to the California inmate realignment.  A number of inmates throughout Southern California are being released before their sentences are up.  A great deal of other pretrial inmates are being let out of jail on their own recognizance because there just isn’t room to hold them.

The unit has helped make a number of arrests since they were formed, according to a spokesperson, and those taken into custody were booked at the Newport Beach Jail where they will be held until they can post bail bonds.

Read the full story here: Crime-suppression team is having an effect

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Newport Beach PD Calls National Night Out A Success

August 11, 2014 Comments Off on Newport Beach PD Calls National Night Out A Success posted by: Bail Expert

It’s been about a week since members of the Newport Beach Police Department hosted this year’s National Night Out event, and officers have called it a resounding success.

Hotdogs and hamburgers were donated by the fire department, and other foods were donated by local shopkeepers.

There were also countless activities available for children, including meet and greets with various people within the department.

A spokesperson for the Newport Beach PD has said that National Night Out is a great way for the community to come together, to learn more about local law enforcement and to better acquaint themselves with their neighbors.

Officers within the mounted patrol even brought their horses out so the public could pet and interact with the animals.  SWAT team members were also on hand with various pieces of safety equipment and took the time to answer questions about how things worked and how each device is used to keep them safe.

Next year’s event will take place on the first Tuesday in August.

Read the full story here:  NBPD Host’s Newport’s ‘National Night Out



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Newport Beach PD Make FInal Preparations For National Night Out

July 21, 2014 Comments Off on Newport Beach PD Make FInal Preparations For National Night Out posted by: Bail Expert

Members of the Newport Beach Police Department want to make sure they’re getting the word out.

This year’s National Night Out celebration will be taking place on Tuesday, August 5, they said, and everyone is welcome to attend.

The event is scheduled to take place in the Bonita Canyon Sports Park and will run from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.  For those who aren’t entirely familiar with the area, the park is located between Ford road and Bonita Canyon Drive just east of MacArthur Boulevard,

Newport PD officers said they’ll not only provide food, but they’ll also be providing a ton of information.  Attendees can learn more about volunteer opportunities, the Citizens’ Police Academy, drug and crime prevention, child safety and how to keep homes safe and secure.

K-9 officers, animal control, SWAT and CSI officers will also be on hand to answer questions from the public.  McGruff the Crime Fighting Dog will also be on hand, they said, and the kids can participate in any number of activities spanning from face painting, photo ops and crafts.

Read the full story here: Police to Host National Night Out Event on Aug. 5

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Crime Suspects Booked Into Newport Beach Jail

June 20, 2014 Comments Off on Crime Suspects Booked Into Newport Beach Jail posted by: Bail Expert

Local police officers have been quite busy in the past several weeks and are pleased to say they’ve captured a handful of bad guys along the way.

All of those suspects, they said, were booked into the Newport Beach Jail where they were held pending bail bonds.

In the first incident, more than $5,000 worth of bicycles were stolen from a location on Avacado Avenue.  Bike thefts are increasingly popular this time a year, according to law enforcement officials, to the extent that some agencies have started to use “decoy bikes” that have been outfitted with GPS devices as a way to get bike thieves off the streets.

San Diego and San Francisco currently have a decoy bike program but it’s unclear if the Newport Beach PD will be following their lead.

In a second incident, a pickpocket managed to get away with someone’s wallet.  The whereabouts of the wallet, the $650 that was in it and the person responsible for the crime have yet to be learned.

And lastly, two men were arrested on disorderly conduct charges and were taken to the Newport Beach Jail.  Although the first man is believed to have been intoxicated, the second suspect may have been sober.  Both managed to post $500 bail and are due to appear in court within the next month.

Read the full story here:  From the Police Log: Stolen Bikes, Pickpocket Report


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March 16, 2010 No Comments » posted by: Bail Expert


In Newport Beach, even a person who works for the law can occasionally find himself on the other side of it.  Recently, David R. Hunt, their city attorney, was arrested in his home on March 15, for domestic violence.  

Officers were dispatched to Hunt’s residence around eight that night, where they found the arrestee and his son arguing.  When his wife got between the pair, Hunt struck her.  She hit her head on the floor and cut her arm on a table.  Hunt’s wife was sent to the hospital; he was sent to jail.

According to the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, Hunt’s bail was $50,000.  It was posted just after midnight that same night. No other charges have been filed against Mr. Hunt so far. 

Whether he is guilty or innocent is a matter for the courts to decide, but Mr. Hunt was certainly within his rights as a citizen to obtain his release from jail until his court date by the process of bail.  A $50,000 bail amount is typical for domestic violence.  Because Hunt is an attorney and he lives in Newport Beach – a very wealthy community – one might assume that he can afford to pay this high amount.  But  how can your Average Joe ever afford to bail himself out of jail, if he ever  gets into that kind of trouble?   The answer is: He can do so by using the services of a bail bondsman. 

Companies like mine, Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, post a type of bond known as a surety bond.  This type of bond is a paper document that is kind of like a bank check that is recognized by our courts.  By posting a surety bond, bail bondsmen like me guarantee the defendant will appear in court on the date required, or the entire amount of his bail will be paid in full.  In exchange for this guarantee, people only need to pay bail bondsmen a cost-of-service-fee that is 10% of the entire bail bond amount. 

So… in the case of Mr. Hunt’s $50,000, he would pay $5,000.  That may still sound like a lot, but another thing my company does is offer payment plans that make this price affordable. If you’re interested in finding out more about how a bail bond works in Newport Beach, Orange County, or anywhere else in California, consider giving me a call at 888-224-5266 or (888) BAIL BOND.  The cost of a consultation is: free.

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