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A BAIL BONDSMAN FOR KING CITY

If you need a bail bond posted for someone who has been arrested and taken to the Monterey South County Station we can help. At Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds, we’re happy to help you make the best decisions possible regarding your friend or loved one’s situation.

We will either walk you through our application process, which only takes minutes by fax or email, or one of our local, licensed bondsman can meet you at your work or home to help you with the paperwork in person.

If you need bail bonds for the Montrey Sheriff's Department, please call a bondsman immediately at 888-BAIL-BOND (1-888-224-5266).

STATION & JAIL INFORMATION

The South County Station is based in King City. The officers who work here are responsible for all of the law enforcement services in the largest geographical area in Monterey County – well over 55 percent of the entire county! In order to patrol this community, the station has divided it up into three beats.

Normally, South County boasts a population of about 22,000 residents, but due to popular recreational destinations like Lake San Antonio, that number grows several times during the summer or holiday periods. Agriculture is the primary economic activity, with row crops, vineyards, and cattle being the main staples. South County also contains most of the Los Padres National Forest. It is the ideal place to visit for families who want to reconnect with Nature.

If someone you know has been arrested by officers from the South County Station, they will be taken to the Monterey County Jail for processing. We can help you to get them out of jail quickly.

Call Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds at 888-224-5266, (888) BAIL BOND. An experienced, bondsman will be happy to answer all your questions.

South County Patrol Station
250 Franciscan Way
King City, CA 93930
(831) 385-8312

 

Last updated: 01/11/2014