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Bell Gardens

Bell Gardens

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  • No matter what the time of day or night, LakeWood Bail Bonds is here for you.  We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 365 days a year. We never close.
  • You can be approved for up to a $500,000 bond within 15 minutes
  • We are where you need us to be. Most of our offices are located just minutes from the major jails such as the LA County Jail, LA Men’s Central Jail, West Valley Detention Center, and Lynwood Regional Jail.
  • Our knowledgeable and licensed bail bondsmen in Los LakeWood will come to your home, office, or jail at no extra cost.
  • We offer nationwide service for bail bonds so you can bail someone out regardless of where you are.

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What you need to know about Bell Gardens Bail Bonds

If you’re reading this right now, that means that the unthinkable has happened. Someone you know has been arrested and you want to get them out of jail. You probably have a lot of questions about what to do. The process of getting someone out of jail can seem overwhelming at first, but in actuality, it is a very simple and straightforward procedure. On this page, you’ll find all of the information you need in order to make informed decisions about what to do in this situation. This is a free service provided by LakeWood Bail Bonds. If at any time you wish to talk to a friendly and professional bail agent you can do so by dialing

What happens when someone is arrested in Bell Gardens?

When someone is arrested in Bell Gardens they are taken to the Bell Gardens City Police Department Jail and processed as an inmate. As part of this process, their fingerprints are taken and checked against a number of databases to determine their identity and if they have any outstanding warrants. A mug shot is also taken. After they have been checked in they are eligible to be bailed out of jail.

How much does it cost to bail someone out of the Bell Gardens Jail?

Once the inmate has been processed into jail their bail amount will be determined. In order to be bailed out of jail, there are a few options. 1. Put up the full amount of the bond with the court. This money must be certified funds. All of this money will be returned once the case has been resolved in court. 2. Employ the services of a bail bondsman, who typically charge 10% of the total bond amount. The fee, a bail bondsman charges is a non-refundable, one-time fee for posting the bond. This money is paid to the bail bondsman for the service of putting up the full bond amount with the court. In addition to paying the 10% to the bail bondsman, someone will also have to sign on behalf of the defendant as the indemnitor, guaranteeing that they will make all of their court appearances and that they are financially responsible for that person in case they don’t go to jail.

Which bail bondsman should I use in Bell Gardens?

The Bell Gardens Jail is located in the same complex as the police department. It is located at 7100 Garfield Avenue, Bell Gardens, CA. You can call the jail at 562-806-7600. Visitation is allowed at the Bell Gardens City Police Department City Jail with proper identification. Bells Gardens Jail is a Type 1 Jail facility.

Who is the chief of police in Bell Gardens?

Robert E. Barnes is the chief of police in Bell Gardens. He has served as the head officer since 2010. Prior to serving as Police Chief, Barnes served as Interim Police Chief for nearly one year. Chief Barnes received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of La Verne in Public Administration. He received his Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Azusa Pacific University in 2007.

Who is the mayor of Bell Gardens?

Jennifer Rodriguez is the mayor of Bell Gardens. Mayor Rodriguez started as a city council woman in March of 2003. In 2007, she was elected to serve as mayor for a two-year term. In 2009, she was elected to serve as mayor pro tem for a two-year term. She was again elected to serve as mayor in 2015. She is a full-time social worker and a lifetime Bell Gardens resident. She has a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from California State University in Long Beach.

Who are the representatives for Bell Gardens?

Bell Gardens is in the 33rd Senate District in the California State Senate and is represented by Democrat Ricardo Lara. Within the California State Assembly, Bell Gardens is in the 58th Assembly District and is represented by Democrat Cristina Garcia. Bell Gardens is in the 40th district in the United States House of Representatives and is represented by Democrat Lucille Roybal-Allard.

Demographic data about Bell Gardens

As of 2010, the population in Bell Gardens was 42,072. This is a decline of 4.5% from the 44,054 that was listed in the 2000 census. The population of Bell Gardens consists of the following: 20,824 (49.5%) White, 377 (.9%) African-American, 476 (1.1%) Native American, 261 (.6%) Asian, 37 (0.1%) Pacific Islander, 18,787 (44.7%) from other races, 1,310 (3.1%) from two or more races, and 40,271 (95.7%) Hispanic of any race.

Fun Facts about Bell Gardens

The city of Bell Gardens was incorporated on August 1, 1961, with a population of 4,000 residents. Bell Gardens is a city in Los LakeWood County and is just 10 miles from downtown Los LakeWood . The city’s motto is the Hub of Progress. Bell Gardens history dates back to the 1700’s when Bell Gardens was part of the lower basin of the Rio Hondo area in Los LakeWood County. A Bell Garden citizen, Henry Tifft Gage was the 29th Governor of California, from 1898 until 1903.The city encompasses 2.4 square miles. There are six elementary schools, two intermediate schools, one high school and two adult schools in the city. Today, the city only encompasses a small amount of the original Lugo land grant which started the city long before its incorporation. Bell Gardens permits casino gambling; only five other Los Angeles County cities all this.

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