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Fremont Bail Bonds – Marijuana grow seizure in Fremont

Posted on: 07/25/2014

Last week a suspect had fled after stealing a bicycle from an REI store in Fremont. The REI employee later recognized the bike outside of work and followed the suspect without their knowledge. The employee then made a call to Fremont Police to report the stolen property.

Once officers were on the scene them immediately realized what was going on at the home. The 34-year-old male was working a large scale marijuana grow operation and was on parole.

Anyone who is facing possible incarceration from pending legal charges may contact Fremont Bail Bonds for information on how to post bail.

Livermore Bail Bonds – Mother arrested at Livermore casino

Posted on: 07/22/2014

This week Livermore Police Department received reports from concerned bystanders after seeing two children locked in a parked car.

Phaley Nget, 37, had left two and three-year-old in unattended in the parking lot of Casino 580. She has apparently left the children while she went inside the casino to gamble. The oldest child was only 3-years-old and the other was 2.

The children were unharmed and taken into protective custody. The mother was booked into Santa Rita County Jail on charges of child endangerment.

Anyone who is facing jail time from pending legal charges may contact Livermore Bail Bonds for information on how to post bail.

Santa Rita Bail Bonds – Alameda County launches prostitute prevention website

Posted on: 07/17/2014

Early this month the Alameda County Sheriff’s department launched a new controversial website that is aimed at fighting sex trafficking and prostitution. Anyone who has been arrested in Oakland for sexual exploitation crimes will have their information on the Oakland Police Departments website. The information will include names and booking photos of those who have been arrested for profiting from prostitution or those who have been arrested for solicitation.

The main focus of the website is to inform the community of persons involved in sexual exploitation. This new section of the site will also include names, birth dates, and city of residence of the individuals arrested in these crimes.

The Oakland Police Department is working with victim advocacy groups to help rescue victims of trafficking and hold those who guilty accountable for their crimes. Anyone who is facing criminal charges and needs information on how to post bail may contact Santa Rita Bail Bonds for more information.

Livermore Bail Bonds – Livermore charter school employee arrested

Posted on: 07/12/2014

Last week Jason Quero, 30, of Livermore was arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing an underage student. Quero had been a campus supervisor at the Livermore Valley Charter School, and ran an after-school karate program.

Livermore police arrested Quero on June 27th for suspected charges involving a 14-year-old student between 2010 and 2011, but he was released on the 29th after posting a $400,000 bail.

According to a report from the Alameda County Superior Court Quero is facing charges of felony oral copulation of a person under 16 and sexual penetration with a foreign object. Quero was arrested again and his in-laws home after police became aware of a second victim.

The Alameda County Court reported that Quero posted a $415,000 bail after his second arrest, and is expected to return to court for a hearing on July 15th.

Anyone facing incarceration for pending criminal charges may contact Livermore Bail Bonds for information on how to post bail.

Dublin car wash accident – Dublin Bail Bonds

Posted on: 07/08/2014

Last week Dublin Police responded to a call that a employee had been hit by a car at a local car wash. According the report the incident took place at the Corwood Carwash & Detail Center.

At about 9:30 am a car wash employee was walking past a wash station when the driver mistook the accelerator for the brake and slammed into the employee. Lieutenant Nate Schmidt reported that the driver was 91-years-old.

The employee sustained numerous injuries, but none of them were considered life threatening. Auto hit and run cases can result in serious jail time if there are injuries reported. Anyone who is facing criminal charges and possible jail time may contact Dublin Bail Bonds for information on how to post bail.

Man arrested at Alameda County Fair – Santa Rita Bail Bonds

Posted on: 07/04/2014

Aaron Gimbert, 34, was arrested at the Alameda County Fair for approaching young girls with offers to work in the “adult entertainment” industry.

According to a report Gimbert was seen handing out business cards to teenage girls. One victim claimed that he approached her wearing a fair employee shirt and handed her a card that said “Big Pimpin Inc. Be a Star.” He then asked the young girl if she was eighteen, and she told him that she was only 16-years-old. Gimbert then informed her that she should contact him when she turned eighteen.

The Alameda County sexual assault felony enforcement team was called in to investigate the incident. Deputies witnessed and Gimbert hand out several more cards and then took him into custody. Once he was in custody he was transferred to Santa Rita Jail.

Anyone facing criminal charges or incarceration may contact Santa Rita Bail Bonds for information on how to post bail.

Laptop scam in Fremont – Fremont Bail Bonds

Posted on: 07/02/2014

Late last month Fremont police responded to a call that came from a gas station on Mowry Avenue. According to the report a man was approached and offered a new MacBook Pro laptop for $1,000. He informed the other man that he did not have $1,000, so he lowered the price to $500.

The victim agreed on the price, and informed the suspect that he would have to go to the ATM to withdraw the money.

Once he came back with the cash he was handed the laptop box and the seller drove away. The victim then looked inside the box and discovered that it contained a much older and less valuable MacBook. Police have been unable to apprehend any suspects in this case.

Anyone who is facing imprisonment in a case may contact Fremont Bail Bonds for information on how to post bail.

Livermore teens arrested in robbery case – Livermore Bail Bonds

Posted on: 06/29/2014

Earlier this month Livermore Police responded to calls of in-progress battery at about 3am. When police arrived at the scene they found a victim on the ground with severe injuries to his face and upper body. According to eye witness reports a group of males was seen pummeling a man with pipes and sticks.

The victim sustained multiple injuries and was sent to the intensive care unit where he had to undergo multiple surgeries.

After collecting citizen tips Livermore police were able to track down and arrest five teenage suspects. The five suspects’ ages ranged from sixteen to eighteen years old. All were arrested on suspicion of robbery. Michael Watson, 18, was sent to Santa Rita Jail and is facing charges of armed robbery and attempted homicide. The other four juvenile suspects were sent to Juvenile Hall.

Juveniles are not able to receive bail, but an adult who is facing criminal charges and incarceration may contact Livermore Bail Bonds for information on how to post bail.

San Leandro doctor facing illegal prescription charges – Santa Rita Bail Bonds

Posted on: 06/26/2014

Dr. Tan Nguyen, 62, was convicted of selling illegal prescriptions in 2008, and is now facing two more counts of the same charges. Nguyen’s first conviction led to 65 days in jail and his medical license was suspended for seven years.

According to the Alameda County District Attorney, Nguyen has written over 5,000 prescriptions. Over the last year a majority of these prescriptions have been for oxycodone, hydrocodone, diazepam, and carisoprodol.

The large volume of the prescriptions that Nguyen had been writing caught the attention of the FBI. Before heading into the office an undercover sheriff asked the doctor is she could receive pain pills. Nguyen informed her that he would be able to give her Norco, but not oxycodone.

Once the agent was at the office she asked if she could receive another narcotic medication in addition to the Norco. The doctor told her to pay $65 and wrote her two prescriptions without an examination.

The next day the agent returned with another undercover sheriff and asked to receive a new prescription. Later that day the doctor was arrested without incident, but was released on bail.

Anyone facing criminal charges or incarceration may contact Santa Rita Bail Bonds for information on how to post bail.

Hit and run in Dublin – Dublin Bail Bonds

Posted on: 06/23/2014

On June 15th California Highway Patrol received notice of a hit and run at their Dublin office. Thuy Thi Thu Nguyen, 25, was stuck by an onramp to I-580 west around Grant Line Road. According to an eyewitness report a dark-colored sedan traveling at 65 to 80mph slammed into Nguyen’s pickup truck and sent him swerving across multiple lanes of traffic. Once the pickup reached the edge of the freeway Nguyen hit a sign and then continued to roll several times down the embankment.

Highway Patrol officials believe that the driver knew that he had struck another vehicle and are continuing to search for the identity of anyone involved. Nguyen suffered major head injuries even though he was wearing his seatbelt.

Hit and run cases can result in jail time especially if the victim is injured in the crash. Anyone facing possible charges or incarceration may contact Dublin Bail Bonds for information on how to post bail.

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