Including Apple Valley, Adelanto, Hesperia, Needles, Phelan, Lucerne, Joshua Tree, Trona and Wrightwood
It does not matter if you are arrested in Victorville, Needles, Barstow or anywhere in California — Greg Rynerson can help you through the bail bond process. Getting arrested can be embarrassing, frustrating and costly.
Most of our customers just want to get out of jail as soon as possible.
Our company can process bail bond paperwork by fax or e-mail. In most cases, we can have necessary documents in your hands in a matter of minutes. You can then e-mail or fax the documents back to us.
The usual payment method for our service is credit card. There is no need to leave your home or office. After paperwork and payment are arranged, we will have a 24 hour licensed agent post the bond at the jail. Generally, our clients are out of custody in just a few hours.
Please call us at (888) 224-5266 or 909-939-4244 to immediately talk with a licensed agent.
Victorville Bail Bonds and Barstow Bail Bonds have a different process from those of other parts of California. Make sure that you are dealing with a bail bondsman that understands the idiosyncrasies of the High and Low Desert.
For example, if you don’t bail somebody out of the local smaller jails such as Victorville or Needles, it is likely that they will get transferred to another jail such as the West Valley Detention Centerin Rancho Cucamonga.
Alternatively, a defendant that a low risk could be transferred to the Adelanto Detention Center. Such a transfer could delay somebody getting released from jail by as much as 12 or even 36 hours.
We generally recommend to our customers to start the bail process as fast as possible to avoid transfers and any unnecessary delays.
SETTING OF BAIL AMOUNTS
San Bernardino County, like most counties, sets its own bail schedule, an official document laying out bail amounts. The San Bernardino County Bail Schedule is set by a local panel of judges. Keep in mind that it is very possible that your bail could be different than the bail schedule for many reasons.
For example, police officers have some discretion during an arrest to potentially raise bail if they believe a particular defendant is a flight risk or there are other mitigating circumstances. Or conversely, a judge may lower bail when the defendant goes to court because the judge may believe that a particular defendant does not represent a risk to the community.
Judges have a significant amount of latitude with bail, having the ability to raise or lower bail or release a defendant on their own recognizance.
GOING TO COURT
The courthouse location where a defendant will go to court depends on many factors such as the type of crime and the jurisdiction where the alleged crime occurred. Your bail bondsman should be able to provide the address and times for your court appearance.
Although your bondsman can’t give legal advice, often they can help you navigate through the routine idiosyncrasies of the San Bernardino County legal system.
Whether you chose to have legal representation (an attorney) can be a complicated manner.
You may fined our Bail Bond Resourcespage helpful. Each defendant needs to make the final decision. Contrary to general public opinion, a public defender is not always free.
At the conclusion of the case, defendants are often asked to pay a reasonable amount according to their financial recourses.
This website is full of information. We hope you find the following resources useful.
- How the Process Works
- Bail Bond Payment Information and Options
- Customer Testimonials
- San Bernardino County Bail Bonds
We provide bail bonds for Barstow, Victorville and all San Bernardino Jails. We can also service any jail in the entire state of California. Please call us at (888) 224-5266 or 909-939-4244 to immediately talk with a licensed agent.
HIGH DESERT AND LOW DESERT JAILS AND POLICE STATIONS
Victorville, Barstow and the surrounding areas of San Bernardino County are typically divided into what is called the High Desert and the Low Desert. The high desert will include areas such as Apple Valley, Adelanto, Hesperia, Victorville, Wrightwood, and Phelan, and Barstow. The Low Desert will include areas such as Needles, Lucerne, Joshua Tree and Trona. Several law enforcement stations service these areas.
Victorville Police Department & Jail
14455 Civic Center Dr.
Victorville Sheriff's Station
14200 Amargosa Road,
Victorville, CA 92392
24 hour jail information: 760-241-2911
The Barstow station handles one of the largest territories in California. They patrol the communities of Baker, Daggett, Hinkley, Lenwood, Ludlow, Newberry Springs, Sandy Valley, Yermo, Red Mountain and Trona. Note that Trona and Baker are both sub-stations to the Barstow station. As one might imagine, this is a huge territory and represents some unique challenges for officers who are assigned to these areas. A big part of these unique duties relates to vacationing travelers going to Death Valley or Las Vegas who become stranded or otherwise are faced with traveling issues.
13215 Market St.
Trona, CA 93562
Adelanto Detention Center (Jail)
9438 Commerce Way
Adelanto, CA 92301
24 Hour General Information: 760-530-9300
The Adelanto jail has a capacity of approximately 725 inmates. This is a low security facility. More violent offenders are typically transferred to the West Valley Station in Rancho Cucamonga. Note that this facility does accept both cash and standard bail bonds. Also, note that a cashier’s check may be accepted, however, it is critical that the payee is 100% accurate.
We also offer bail bonds for the Adelanto Police Department.
Apple Valley Station
14931 Dale Evans Parkway
Apple Valley, California 92307
Phone: (760) 240-7400
Apple Valley Bail Bonds
The City of Apple Valley contracts with the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department for police and public safety services. The Sheriff's Department operates a full-service station in Apple Valley. However, there is no jail on site.
Colorado River Station (Jail facility)
1111 Bailey Ave.
Needles, CA 92363
Colorado River Bail Bonds
Defendants who are arrested in this area are brought to the Needles station. Defendants will likely be eventually transferred to the West Valley Station in Rancho Cucamonga.
Lucerne Substation Facility
32700 Old Woman Springs Rd.
Lucerne, CA 92356
This facility is open by appointment only. When arrests are made out of this facility, defendants are typically transported to the Victorville Jail to be processed. Eventually they will likely be transferred to West Valley or Adelanto.
Morongo Basin Station (Jail)
6527 White Feather Rd.
Joshua Tree, CA 92252
Morongo is a small sub-station with little holding capacity. Detainees will likely be transferred to West Valley or Adelanto.
Last updated: 12/14/2013