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A spokesperson for the Laguna Beach police Department said they’ve arrested a man on suspicion of DUI, and felony hit-and-run, following a mid-January collision.

The incident happened on Jan. 19, according to a report by LagunaBeachIndy.com, after the 21-year-old suspect crashed his car into “a structure and a gas line.”

The crash happened just after 1 a.m., the report notes, but the now-defendant didn’t stick around to talk to the police.  He took off on foot but officers said they took him into custody at his residence, which was located about a block from the crash site.

The man was booked at the Laguna Beach Jail on suspicion of felony DUI.  He’s also being charged with hit-and-run, since he fled the scene of the crime.  His bail bonds were set at $100,000.

It’s unclear if he hired a Laguna Beach bail bonds company to help get him out of jail.

Original article:  Police arrest driver who flees collision

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Laguna Beach Police Arrest Suspected Arsonist

January 6, 2017 No Comments » posted by: Bail Expert
 

Representatives from the Laguna Beach Police Department have confirmed that 27-year-old Thomas Richeson has been arrested on suspicion of arson.  Police believe he’s responsible for setting a brush fire in November.

The blaze shut down a portion of Laguna Canyon Road.

According to a report by OCRegister.com, Richeson was taken into custody in mid-December; he was booked at the Orange County Jail where he is currently being held on a no-bail bonds hold.

When the court issues a no bail bonds hold, the defendant is not permitted to be released from custody pending trial.

Authorities said they were able to use video footage from an animal shelter to help identify the suspect.  A witness also made a statement, indicating he saw a man running from the area where the fire started.

It’s unclear whether Richeson has a prior history of arrest.

Original article:  Man arrested in Laguna Beach brush fire

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Laguna Beach PD Seeks to Hire Beach Patrol Officer

December 12, 2016 Comments Off on Laguna Beach PD Seeks to Hire Beach Patrol Officer posted by: Bail Expert
 

A spokesperson for the Laguna Beach Police Department has confirmed that the LBPD is looking to hire an officer to patrol local beaches.  The new hire, according to a report by Patch.com, will be charged with “assisting in the patrol and enforcement of municipal and state codes.”

All applicants must have a valid driver’s license; they must also have the ability to obtain a Class C driver’s license, as well.

The Beach Patrol Officer will also help with traffic control and will be charged with interacting with locals and visitors to ensure that codes, rules and regulations are adhered to.

The LBPD is currently seeking applications who feel they have prior work experience that lends itself to the responsibilities of this position.  This includes, but is not limited to, applicants who have experience with customer service, problem solving and cognitive thinking.

Original article:  Laguna Beach police department looking for beach patrol officer

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Our cousin was arrested a few hours ago and she’s being held at the Laguna Beach Jail.  We want to get her out, but we don’t want to pay to hire a Laguna Beach bondsman if the jail is going to let her go on her own recognizance.  How can we find out if we’ll need to hire an Orange County bail bonds agent?

The fastest way to determine whether you will need to hire a bondsman in Laguna Beach is for you to contact a local bondsman directly.  The person you speak with will be able to contact the jail to learn what your cousin’s charges are, how much her bail is and whether the jail will require you post bail bonds in order to have her released from custody.  Call our office now at 888-224-5266 to receive a free, no-cost bail bonds consultation.  Someone is here to help you 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.

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What To Do If You’re Arrested In Laguna Beach

September 28, 2016 Comments Off on What To Do If You’re Arrested In Laguna Beach posted by: Bail Expert
 

When someone is arrested by a member of the Laguna Beach Police Department, the first thing they’ll want to keep in mind is to stay calm.  Arguing with law enforcement officials, trying to escape and/or trying to talk their way out of the arrest will not do the defendant any favors.

Arrestees should be cooperative, provide basic answers to basic questions (name, address, etc.) and they should refrain from discussing the details of their case with anyone if they do not have an attorney present.  Once they arrive at the jail, they will be provided access to a telephone, at which point they will want to try to contact a friend or family member to ask for help with starting the bail bonds process.

While the defendant is in custody, they should be polite, refrain from making heated political or religious statements and they’ll want to keep in mind that they are not in there to make friends.  For more information on how someone should handle themselves if they are arrested, or for more information on how the Laguna Beach bail bonds process works, call our office now at 888-224-5266.

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Getting Laguna Beach Bail Bonds On A Weekend

August 9, 2016 Comments Off on Getting Laguna Beach Bail Bonds On A Weekend posted by: Bail Expert
 

Our friend was arrested last night after he got in a fight outside one of the bars.  We want to get him out ASAP but someone told us that we can’t get bail bonds on a weekend.  Is that true? He has work on Sunday and we’re trying to make sure he doesn’t miss his shift.

The good news is that whoever told you that has their facts wrong.  Bail bonds in Laguna Beach can be posted at any time, day or night, weekends and holidays included.  And since the Laguna Beach Jail is one of the smaller facilities in Orange County, the release times tend to be pretty quick. In most cases, defendants are released within 30 minutes of their bail bonds being posted. At this point, you’ll want to reach out to an Orange County bail bonds agent to start the process. The bondsman can help you understand how bail works and what you’ll need to do to help get your friend out of jail fast.

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Is It Hard To Get FTA Bail Bonds In Laguna Beach?

July 18, 2016 Comments Off on Is It Hard To Get FTA Bail Bonds In Laguna Beach? posted by: Bail Expert
 

My husband was arrested on a failure to appear warrant.  We never got the warrant notice in the mail and we had no idea he was supposed to go to court.  I’ve heard that it’s much harder to get bail bonds for FTA charges.  Is this true?

There is no cut-and-dry answer to this question.  The best we can say is “sometimes.”  When someone is arrested on a failure to appear charge that can, in many cases, lead a bondsman to believe the defendant has a higher risk of not going to court and finishing their case.  On the other hand, California bail bonds companies have worked with many clients who have strong community ties, have good credit and are otherwise considered to be a “low flight risk” who find they are arrested on this type of charge because they never got the notice to appear in the mail. When you start the process of hiring a Laguna Beach bail bonds company be straightforward about your situation.

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Laguna Beach PD Arrest Alleged Drunk Driver At Checkpoint

June 12, 2016 Comments Off on Laguna Beach PD Arrest Alleged Drunk Driver At Checkpoint posted by: Bail Expert
 

A source within the Laguna Beach Police Department released that two people were detained at a recent DUI checkpoint. Approximately 1,000 motorists drove through the checkpoint throughout its hours of operation, according to a report by the LA Times.

One person was arrested after they chose not to stop, but instead drove through it.  The car was eventually pulled over and the driver was taken into custody.  It was later determined that he was not impaired, but had a mental disability. He was released without needing to post bail bonds and was given a citation for misdemeanor evading.

Another driver was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, officers said. The name of that motorist was not released to the press.  Most people who are arrested and booked at the Laguna Beach Jail on misdemeanor DUI charges are released from custody on their own recognizance.

Original article: Police pursue driver during DUI checkpoint

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Emergency Bail Bonds In Laguna Beach

May 23, 2016 Comments Off on Emergency Bail Bonds In Laguna Beach posted by: Bail Expert
 

If you’ve learned that someone you know has been arrested and booked at the Laguna Beach Jail, call our office now at 888-224-5266 to speak with someone who can help you with emergency bail bonds.

Our company has years of experience in helping people get out of the Orange County jails fast and we know what needs to be done to get your loved one released from custody as quickly as possible.  Although many people are concerned that the defendant will need to stay behind bars until they see a judge, that’s simply not true.  Most arrestees are able to post bail bonds (or jail bonds) as soon as they are booked into the system.

If you need help getting someone out of jail fast and have questions about how Laguna Beach bail bonds work we can help.  Call us now for a free, no hassle consultation.  Someone is her to help you 24-hours a day, 365-days a year.

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Alleged Burglar Booked At Laguna Beach Jail

April 25, 2016 Comments Off on Alleged Burglar Booked At Laguna Beach Jail posted by: Bail Expert
 

A spokesperson for the Laguna Beach Police Department has confirmed that three LA residents have been arrested and booked at the Laguna Beach Jail.

Jail records indicate the suspects are believed to have stolen thousands of dollars worth of clothing from a downtown boutique.

Police say they spotted the burglary as it was happening; one officer saw a woman walking out of the high-end retailer with an armful of clothing.  A second man followed her, police said, adding that his arms were equally full.

The pair tried to make a run for it when they realized they’d been made but the foot chase didn’t last long. Officers said they recovered more than $10,000 worth of stolen goods; a third suspect was also arrested in conjunction with the crime.

Two of the three were arrested and booked at the Laguna Beach Jail on charges of burglary and conspiracy.  The third suspect was identified as a 16 year-old female; LagunaBeachIndy.com notes she was released to a parent.

Original article: Suspects arrested in burglary of designer boutique

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