How to bail out in Rancho Cucamonga?
When you are arrested in the city of Rancho Cucamonga, California, you are taken to the local police department. Like all stations, you are fingerprinted, processed, and booked. Since the Rancho Cucamonga police station is too small to house more than 5 -10 people at a time, you are taken to the West Valley Detention. Once you have arrived there again, you are rebooked, fingerprinted, and put into the San Bernardino County inmate locator system(https://web.sbcounty.gov/sheriff/bookingsearch/bookingsearch.aspx).
This process takes upwards of 4-6 hours after you have have been arrested and arrive at the West Valley detention center. During this time, it is best you meet with one of our Professional Bail Bond Agents here at Avolevan Bail Bonds. They will guide you with the process and explain every step, in order to secure the release of your loved one. When you decide to contact our live bail agents, it is best to have the person’s full name and Date of Birth.
If you happen to have the booking number, that makes finding your loved one’s bail information much easier. Once the bond has been posted at the West Valley Detention, the average release takes about 6 to 8 hours after the bond was posted. Don’t be fooled by other companies that tell you they can get your loved one out in 2-4hours.
Often times that is not the case and they just want your money and if they lie to you about that who knows what else they are lying to you about. If you have any questions or would like free bail information, feel free to call our bail bond professionals at Avolevan Bail Bonds Rancho Cucamonga 909-721-8204