Halloween Bail Bonds In Newport Beach

October 23, 2016 Comments Off on Halloween Bail Bonds In Newport Beach posted by: corey

No one likes to think someone they care for could find themselves in jail on Halloween.  If you have a friend or loved one who gets arrested by the Newport Beach Police Department while out celebrating this holiday, you’ll want to contact a local bondsman as quickly as possible.

The good news is that Newport Beach bail bonds can be posted 24-hours a day, 365-days a year.  And since the Newport Beach Jail is a smaller detention facility, most inmates find they are released from custody within an hour of their bail bonds being posted.

If you need help getting someone out of the Newport Beach Jail fast, we can help.  Call our office now at 888-224-5266 to speak with a local Orange County bail bonds agent right away.  We can help you understand how bail works and what needs to be done to have bail bonds posted ASAP.  All calls are confidential and consultations are always free.

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Top Two Reasons People Are Arrested In Newport Beach

September 26, 2016 Comments Off on Top Two Reasons People Are Arrested In Newport Beach posted by: corey

No one likes to think they could find themselves in a position where they’re being handcuffed and placed into the back of a Newport Beach police car.  Below are the top two reasons people need to hire a bondsman after being arrested.

Driving while under the influence.  Recent, increased crack downs on drunk and drugged driving has led to a spike of DUI arrests in California.  Whether someone will need to post DUI bail bonds, however, depends on where they were arrested and whether they were in an accident (or if they have a prior history of DUI arrest.)  Some jails, like the San Diego jails, always require DUI bail bonds.  The Los Angeles jails, Orange County jails and Solano County jails only require them under certain circumstances.

Domestic violence.  If local law enforcement is called out to investigate a report of a domestic disturbance, one of the parties involved in the alleged disturbance nearly always finds themselves in need of a bondsman.  This holds true even if the people involved were just arguing loudly!

If you or someone you know needs help with bail bonds in California, we can help.  Call our office now at 888-224-5266 for a free, no-hassle consultation.

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Suspected Arsonist Arrested By Newport Beach PD

August 12, 2016 Comments Off on Suspected Arsonist Arrested By Newport Beach PD posted by: corey

Police in Newport Beach say they’ve arrested a man who they believe is responsible for setting two fires in an area along the Pacific Coast Highway earlier this month.

The suspect, who has since been identified as 37-year-old Matthew Brady, was booked into the Newport Jail on suspicion of arson. His bail bonds amount was not immediately clear; it’s also unclear as to whether Brady will face any additional charges.

The fires, according to a report by, were all set using matches.  Authorities have not said how they came to identify Brady as their primary suspect but they have said they don’t believe he was under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time these crimes were committed.

Anyone who believes they have information that could assist in the investigation of this case is asked to contact the Newport Beach PD.

Original article: Man arrested on suspicion of starting two fires along Pacific Coast Highway

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When Would A Newport Jail Inmate Get Released OR?

July 16, 2016 Comments Off on When Would A Newport Jail Inmate Get Released OR? posted by: corey

Our daughter was arrested by the Newport Beach Police Department for drug possession (she had some marijuana in her car when she was pulled over) and we’re trying to figure out if she’ll be released on her own recognizance.  How can we find out if we’ll need to post bail bonds?

As long as she wasn’t arrested with a significant quantity of marijuana (ie: the police determined the amount was for personal use) she will be released on her own recognizance within 6 to 12 hours of her arrest.  When she arrived at the jail she would have been booked and processed.  They’ll also check her for warrants.  As long as she isn’t wanted for any other crimes, the jailer should start to process her release paperwork.  For more information regarding bail bonds in Newport Beach call us today at 888-224-5266.

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July 4 Bail Bonds In Newport Beach

June 13, 2016 Comments Off on July 4 Bail Bonds In Newport Beach posted by: corey

When someone is arrested during the holidays, this places an enormous amount of stress on their friends and family members.  If someone you know has been arrested by the Newport Beach PD and has been taken to the Newport Beach Jail, the good news is that our company can help you with 4th of July bail bonds right away.

Although many Orange county bail bonds companies find it difficult to get agents to help with bail bonds on July 4 that is not the case with us.  We have a team of dedicated jail bonds professionals standing by to help you at any time, day or night.

We can even help you with bail bonds by email, fax and through e-sign.  When you work with an Orange County bondsman we’ll be able to help you process the necessary paperwork without your ever needing to leave your home.  Most of our clients find this is the fastest and most discrete way to get someone out of the jail in Newport Beach fast.

Call our office today for a free, no hassle consultation.

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Newport Beach PD Helps Reunite Dog With Its Rightful Owner

May 23, 2016 Comments Off on Newport Beach PD Helps Reunite Dog With Its Rightful Owner posted by: corey

A spokesperson for the Newport Beach Police Department has confirmed that the department helped reunite a missing, pure-bred dog with its rightful owner.

The microchopped dog ran away on April 21, according to a report by NBC Los Angeles, and although the pup’s owner saw a woman walk toward him, and pick him up, they quickly disappeared.

Lou Gotowski started hanging up posters– and even created a Facebook page– that offered up a reward for his dog’s safe return.  His friends eventually found the missing Havanese pup on an adoption website.   Gotowski said he tried calling the rescue group but they took his dog’s ad down as soon as he reached out.

They rescue group eventually agreed to bring the dog to the Newport Beach PD to do the exchange.  They initially asked Gotowski to reimburse them $525, which is what they paid to neuter his dog. It’s not immediately clear whether he needed to write a check in order to get the pup back.  Animal control was onsite, the article notes, and a quick scan of the dog’s microchip confirmed that Gotowski was the rightful owner.

Original article: Lost dog reunited with owner after popping up on adoption ad

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Do All Newport Beach Bail Bonds Need Collateral?

April 21, 2016 Comments Off on Do All Newport Beach Bail Bonds Need Collateral? posted by: corey

Q. Our uncle was arrested on domestic violence charges last night and he’s currently being held at the Newport Beach Jail.  We want to get him out as fast as possible but none of us own homes.  Someone told me that we’ll need to put a house up if we want to hire a bail bonds company so I’m wondering if there is any way to get around that.

A. It seems as if you’ve been given some misinformation.  The good news is that not all bail bonds require property collateral. There are some Newport Beach bail bonds companies that always prefer their clients put up collateral but depending on the nature of the crime, whether the defendant is a U.S. citizen, if they have ties to the community, you may be eligible for signature bail bonds. In this case the signature of the person who cosigns for the defendant is assurance enough that the defendant will go to court and finish their case.

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Newport Beach PD Arrestee Gets 7 Years For Writing Bad Checks

February 17, 2016 Comments Off on Newport Beach PD Arrestee Gets 7 Years For Writing Bad Checks posted by: corey

A Newport Beach man who was arrested on suspicion of writing more than $200,000 worth of bad checks has been sentenced to seven years behind bars, according to a recent report by the LA TImes.

Richard Bloustine was taken into custody last summer and was booked at the Newport Beach Jail after he wrote a rubber check to a local car dealership.  The dealership called the police once they realized they hadn’t, and wouldn’t, be getting “proper payment.”

The defendant pleaded guilty to writing multiple bad checks including one for $80,000 to cover dental work, $13,000 to purchase furniture and more than $30,000 to rent a local home.

Since the crime in question is a non-violent, non-serious and non-sexual offense, Bloustine will serve his time in one of the LA County Jails instead of spending 7 years in state prison.  This switch is a direct result of the 2011 CA prison realignment, which shifts custody of certain offenders from state prison to local lock ups.

Original article: Newport man sentenced to 7 years for writing more than $200,000 in bad checks

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Your Responsibilities When You Cosign for Newport Beach Bail Bonds

January 20, 2016 Comments Off on Your Responsibilities When You Cosign for Newport Beach Bail Bonds posted by: corey

A lot of people aren’t aware that cosigning for bail bonds comes with quite a bit of responsibility. Not only are you guaranteeing to make sure the bondsman’s fee gets paid, you’re also taking full legal responsibility that the defendant will go to court.

If the primary payer on the bail bonds stops making payments, you can expect to start getting collections calls from the Newport Beach bondsman that helped you. Missed payments should be handled as quickly as possible; if they’re not, they’ll ultimately be reported to the credit bureaus.

If the defendant skips town after they’re released because they’re afraid of being prosecuted, this opens up a whole different can of worms. If the bondsman is unable to locate that person in a set period of time, the defendant’s full bail bonds amount will need to be paid to the court as a penalty.

The people who cosigned on the bail bonds will be responsible for covering that fee. If the person in custody is someone you don’t really know, you don’t really trust or if you have concerns they won’t handle their legal obligations, buyer beware. This is not a person you’d want to cosign for.

For more information on how bail bonds work and/or the responsibilities you’ll take on when you agree to be a cosigner, call our office today at 888-bail-bond for a free, no-hassle consultation.

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Newport Beach Police crime log

October 21, 2015 Comments Off on Newport Beach Police crime log posted by: corey

Members of the Newport Beach police Department have responded to a variety of calls in the past several weeks.  Below are just a handful of the incidents that officers have investigated.

Late last week, police were called out to a home on Evening Canyon Road to look into mail theft.  The incident happened several days prior and the residents estimate their loss was close to $300.  Police throughout Southern California frequently urge residents to schedule deliveries for when they will be home, or to ask if a friend or neighbor can sign for valuable packages.

According to a report by Coronal Del Mar Today, officers also were called out to investigate two other crimes, the first involved a man who was found to be using the beach after it was closed.  His bail bonds were set at $50 and it’s believed he was either ticketed or simply cited out.  Another person was taken into custody on a misdemeanor warrant, according to Newport Beach PD crime logs.  The offense he was wanted for is unknown.

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