When a parent or loved one gets a call in the middle of the night, it can be very stressful and mind-boggling to figure out how an Encinitas bail bonds work at the Vista jail. If you make a mistake, it can cost you lots of money in bail bond premium.
Firstly, anyone arrested in North County San Diego or Encinitas California, will be taking over to the Vista Detention Center in Vista California. It's at the Vista jail where the arrest and the booking process begins. If you were hoping for a quick bail bondi process and getting your loved one out very quickly, forget it. The bail bond process at the Vista jail takes anywhere from 4 to 12 hours until your family member is released after a bail bond is posted. For every crime you can imagine, there is already a set amount in which the defendant has to pay in order to get out of the Vista jail during their court case. This is usually 10% of the entire bail bond amount. The bail bondsman puts up the other 90% with the court and promises that the defendant will show up for all the court cases or the Encinitas bail bondsman will be responsible for the entire bill amount if the defendant skips bail.
Secondly, once the defendant is in the Vista jail, they will be fingerprinted and their identity verified. They are then sent to the FBI to check for any outstanding warrants in any other state in the USA. The fingerprinting process can take anywhere from 2 to 6 hours depending upon how busy the Vista jail is and how busy the FBI is processing fingerprints from around the country. Once to fingerprint check comes back and there are no outstanding warrants, then in Encinitas bail bondsman can post the bail at that time.
Thirdly, once the bail bond has been posted at the Vista Detention Center, the defendant will go into an exit process that could take anywhere from 1 to 5 hours. If the defendant was arrested for DUI, they are required by law to stay in jail for at least 8 hours before they are released back into the public. This helps drunk driving defendants when they get out of jail that they are completely sober and there's no liability at the Vista Detention Center if they get into another accident. In the exit process, the arrestee will get all our possessions back, including their phone, money, jewelry, and any other articles that they were arrested with.
The defendant will have a future court date that they need to appear at once they are out back into the public on a bail bond. It's very important that the defendant does not violate the bail bond contract and commit no additional crimes once an Encinitas bail bond has been posted.
For any additional questions on the bail bond process call Encinitas Bail Bonds at 760-944-6900. You can always come to our office at 1106 2nd Street, Suite 670, Encinitas California, 92024
OCEANSIDE, Calif. – Authorities identified the 63-year-old woman killed in a hit-and-run crash in Oceanside this weekend.
Margaret Rose Examus, was attempting to cross Mission Avenue in an unmarked walking area near the Interstate 5 on ramp around 8 p.m. Sunday Night. She was hit by a silver 1998 Honda Civic traveling west about 80 miles per hour, according to Oceanside police. She died at the scene and her 64th birthday was the next day.
According to Oceanside police, the car hit the woman so hard that the front bumper fell off. Police confirm that they have been in touch with owner of the car.
A witness who saw what happened followed the suspect’s car as it headed north on Interstate 5 and east on state Route 76, but lost sight of the Honda near not far after that.
The motorist was described only as a white or Hispanic man with a beard wearing a baseball cap. The vehicle was found near Stagecoach lane in Fallbrook, CA.
Margaret Examus lived in Oceanside with her daughter on Texas. She has a brother in California but her family was quit small.
Encinitas Bail Bonds would not bail the hit-and-run driver out of the Vista Detention Center if caught. His bail bond would be well over $100,000 and he would need lots of collateral to secure a San Diego bail bond. Felony DUI causing injury or death is a serious charge and the defendant could spend 10 years to life in a California State Prison.
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Roland phillips had MEth and ALCOHOL in blood during Rainbow creek crash that killed 5-year old phillip campbell
Roland Eugene Phillips was killed along with 5- year old Phillip Campbell when the car they were in was swept in the rainbow Creek on January 22, 2017 according to Times San Diego
Today, the autopsy was just completed and alcohol and methamphetamine were found in the bloodstream of the 73 year old man. The alcohol and methamphetamine contributed to his death when he was killed along with the five year old boy during the rain storms two months ago. They were both swept into the rainbow Creek while riding together in Phillip’s truck.
Roland Eugene Phillips lived in Fallbrook and was found dead near his overturned truck. The vehicle sunk on the edge of the rainbow Creek on January 22nd. The body of the five year old boy named Phillip Campbell, was found in the creek and waterway four days later after an extensive search.
Roland Phillips was a close friend of the boys family. The official cause of death for both was drowning. However, methamphetamine and alcohol was in Rowland Phillip system. This is very disturbing news for the family. The San Diego coroner said the amount of meth present in Phillip’s system would have likely cause confusion and anxiety during the rain storm.
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David McGee kills Mother Rebecca Apodca
ENCINITAS, Calif. - David McGee was arraigned today at the Vista Superior Court in Vista, CA. He was brought over from the Vista Detention Center to hear the charges of how he killed his mother Rebecca Apodaca.
Encinitas Sheriffs say that the 25-year-old man killed his mother at an Encinitas apartment and then tried to take his own life soon after. David McGee inflicted non-life-threatening injuries on himself and is expected to survive while he waits in the Vista Detention Center for his trial.
The Police Officers were called to investigate a possibly deceased person at an address on North Hickory Street and East Washington Avenue around 6:40 p.m. When they arrived they found David McGee suffering from self-inflicted wounds. He was detained while the investigation continued and the police tried to figure out what crime has been committed.
When the police went inside the apartment, they found the body of David McGee's mother, 55-year-old Rebecca Apodaca, who had died from a violent crime and/or felony.
At the arraignment hearing Monday afternoon at 1:30PM, the San Diego District Attorneys’ Office said David McGee brutally beat his mother to death with a claw hammer. Most of her injuries were to her face and neck.
According to Encinitas police, David McGee's sister stopped by the house to check on her mother’s welfare and made the sad discovery of her mother. She found her mother's deceased body in the bed and her brother was naked in the closet high on Meth with cuts to his arms.
Rebecca Apodaca's son-in-law said, based on the $2 million bail; McGee is not believed to be a danger to the public because he won’t be able to post a bail bond at the Vista Detention Center because it’s too high.
The D.A. said McGee made a videotaped confession but wouldn't reveal the motive. He also said there is not history of mental illness.
Encinitas Bail Bonds will write a bail bond at the Vista Detention Center for anyone who is remorseful and accused of either a misdemeanor or serious felony. However, mental illness is prevalent at the Vista jail, therefore Encinitas Bail Bonds is selective on who we write a bail bond for. David McGee would not be one of our defendants or clients.
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