Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds is available 24 hours a day to assist if a friend or loved one has been arrested in by the San Marino Police Department and jailed. We offer expert knowledge of the bail industry in Los Angeles County.
When you call, an expert bondsman will ask a few questions to get the bail bond process started and let you know how we can help. We believe in offering our clients the quickest, most effecient solutions when it comes to bail.
When you pay by credit card, the easy to understand paperwork can be delivered smartly to your email or fax. Let us help you.
For immediate expert bail information, booking and charge details in San Marino, call us toll-free at 888-224-5266 anytime.
SAN MARINO POLICE DEPARTMENT AND JAIL INFORMATION
The San Marino Police Department's motto is "Pride in Service." With that goal they will work to surpass previous accomplishments. The Patrol Bureau, is the largest component of the Police Department division with a staff of 22 including 1 Lieutenant, 4 Sergeants, and 17 patrol officers.
Patrol officers are the first responders in emergencies, routine calls for service, crime related incidents, traffic matters and quality of life issues.
If someone you know has been taken into custody by the San Marino Police Department, they will likely be transported to the Alhambra Jail for booking. This jail houses federal prisoners, INS detainees and municipal arrestees.
Bail bonds can be posted at this facility 24 hours a day. If there is a medical condition, the defendant can be transported to either Twin Towers if they are male, or CRDF, also known as Lynwood Jail if they are female.
In San Marino or anywhere in Los Angeles County, you can trust our company to help you through this time. When you need additional bail bond, arrest or booking information, speak live, one-on-one with a professional, caring bail bondsman.
Call us toll-free 888 224 5266 for further information in San Marino. We’re here to help, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Bail amounts are set according to the charges and the county's bail schedule. Bail bond fees are regulated by the California Department of Insurance. A bail bond in Los Angeles County will cost 10% of the total bail amount.
For an example, if the bail amount is set at $20,000 it will cost $2,500 to bail the defendant out of jail.
Our company offers both convenient and flexible financing options and can generally process a bail bond without having to use collateral. We'll advise if you're qualified within minutes.
For payment, we accept all major credit cards and cash.
San Marino Police Department
2200 Huntington Dr.,
San Marino, CA 91108
Last updated: 12/06/2013