Posting Bail at the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station

Posting Bail at the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station
Navigating the jail system by yourself can be hard, especially when you're under stress from finding out that a friend or loved one has been arrested and taken into custody. In times like these, the help of a trusted, professional bail bondsman can be invaluable. When someone is arrested and taken to the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station jail, their bail amount will vary quite a bit depending on their charges and their prior criminal history (if any). The jail has room for about 40 inmates and is...
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Santa Clarita Sheriff Station Report – Aiding and Abetting

Santa Clarita Sheriff Station Report - Aiding and Abetting
Being loyal is an admirable quality, but too much can get you into trouble. Recently, the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station made a post on their Facebook page detailing someone's arrest and subsequent charge of felony aiding and abetting. The post reads: "You’ve got to draw the line with your friends when it comes to upholding the law. Deputies were trying to a catch a suspect — the “suspect’s friend” found out we were looking for him, and tipped him off. Well, guess what? When we found out, we arr...
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Santa Clarita Bail Bonds at Twin Towers Jail

Santa Clarita Bail Bonds at Twin Towers Jail
When someone is arrested in or around Santa Clarita, their first destination will be the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station where they undergo booking and processing. The process can take a few hours to complete, and once it does the defendant will be held at the SCV Sheriff Station jail for up to 72 hours. If the defendant isn't bailed out within that time period, or if the on-site jail becomes overcrowded, inmates will begin to be transferred to a larger, long-term holding facility in downtown Los ...
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