Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Phoenix Bail Bonds
7 followers -
The Original Phoenix Bail Bonds company...There can be only one"
The Original Phoenix Bail Bonds company...There can be only one"

7 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
4 YR OLD LEFT ALONE AT HOME
Phoenix Bail Bonds
https://phoenixbailbonds.co
(602) 267-9057

A 4-year-old girl was left home alone while her mother spent the night at the Scottsdale entertainment district over the weekend.

Scottsdale police report that around 6:30 Sunday morning, a 4-year-old girl knocked on the apartment door of a neighbor. The girl told the neighbor that her mother wasn't home.

The neighbor checked the apartment near 94th Street and Bell Road and found no one there.

Police responded and contacted the mother, 29-year-old Alexandra Rose Ciliento, after getting her phone number from the girl's father.

Ciliento returned to the apartment and reportedly told police that she left the girl home around 11 p.m. the night before. She said she went to the entertainment district in south Scottsdale and stayed there all night.

She also allegedly told police that she was unaware the girl could unlock and open the door.

Ciliento was arrested for child abuse.

Full Story:
https://www.abc15.com/news/crime/pd-4-year-old-left-home-alone-overnight-at-scottsdale-apartment

#scottsdalecrime #maricopacountyjail #phoenixbailbonds #maricopacountyinmates

Post has attachment
MURDERER RELEASED ON PAROLE CUTS OFF ANKLE MONITOR
Phoenix Bail Bonds
https://phoenixbailbonds.co
(602) 267-9057

Naomis A. Winfrey, a parolee who served 25 years in prison for murder, was arrested Wednesday after he cut off his GPS monitoring device and fled from his Mesa home Monday, state officials said.

Winfrey was granted parole on April 11, 2018, by the Arizona Board of Executive Clemency, despite 62 disciplinary infractions during his time in prison, which began Aug. 16, 1993, according to the Department of Corrections. His parole began July 30.

More than half of Winfrey's prison offenses were classified as "major,'' according to the DOC. Records show Winfrey's last prison offense occurred in January 2017, when he was found possessing a weapon. The records did not specify what the weapon was.

In an audio recording of the April 11 board hearing posted on its website, members of the five-member panel can be heard stating how they were impressed with Winfrey’s progress.

During the hearing, Winfrey said: “I’m not a bad person, I just made the worst mistake of my life.”

Winfrey was convicted in 1993 in Pima County and sentenced to 25 years to life for first-degree murder, second-degree burglary and theft, authorities said. The incident involved a shooting during a drug transaction.

Winfrey was granted parole by the board, which required him to be under house arrest, to wear an ankle monitor and to communicate his whereabouts to his parole officer at least once a week.

Winfrey cut his ankle monitor off Monday, which “immediately alerted our officers,” Wilder said.

Officers responded to the area of Price and Broadway roads in Tempe, which is where the bracelet last was detected. It was found in a storm drain, Wilder said.

“Most assuredly he’s coming back to prison. This is a major charge … he won’t be eligible for home arrest again," Wilder said.

#phoenixbailbonds #mesabailbonds #mesacrime #phoenixarrest

Post has attachment
PHOENIX MAN GOES ON CRIME SPREE
Phoenix Bail Bonds
https://phoenixbailbonds.co
(602) 267-9057


Latnio David stole a car and embarked on a 100-mile crime spree that included a robbery, carjacking, and a shooting.

All this happened, just minutes after he's released from jail.

Latnio David was booked into a Mesa jail for disorderly conduct Sunday night. After he was released the next morning, investigators say he immediately stole a car from a woman at a nearby parking lot and drove off toward Prescott, hurting and terrorizing more than a dozen people during a three-hour violent rampage.

"He was drunk, smelled of alcohol, and he was very derogatory and out of control and pacing back and forth," said Lynne Devore.

Devore said she was behind the counter when David bought gas at a station in Dewey for a car investigators say he'd stolen hours earlier in mesa. He paid cash for the gas but didn't have enough for cigarettes.

"As he was coming back, he grabbed a bottle of whiskey and ran out the door," said Devore.

Investigators, however, say David continued to wreak havoc. After taking off from the gas station, he took off and crashed into several cars at an intersection. Unfortunately, a man who happened to be stopped there saw the man, and initially thought he was a car accident victim.

"A very large man approached the front of my car bleeding," said the man. "He said, 'I need help. I need help.' He walked up and looked in the car, and next thing I know he jerked me out of it."

The violent crime spree would end minutes later, when police caught up with him in Prescott.

David was booked into the Yavapai County Jail with charges including aggravated assault, car theft, endangerment and driving under the influence.

#bailbondsphoenix #mesabailbonds #phoenixcrime #phoenixbailbonds

Post has attachment
MARRIED COUPLE ACCUSED OF ROBBING 9 PHOENIX BANKS ARRESTED
Phoenix Bail Bonds
https://phoenixbailbonds.co
(602) 267-9057

A married Phoenix couple dubbed the “Criss-Cross Bandits” have been arrested and indicted for a series of bank robberies in the Phoenix area.

FBI officials say 39-year-old Seitaro Kline and 34-year-old Carrie Kline were wanted in connection with nine bank heists in metro Phoenix between November 2016 and July 2018.

The couple’s nickname came from alternating the robberies, which involved a demand note and fleeing the bank after getting a known amount of money.

They say the Klines recently were taken into custody without incident with help from the FBI in Albuquerque and the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office, but didn’t provide an arrest date or any details Wednesday.

The couple was indicted Sept. 4 for nine bank robberies plus one count of conspiracy and FBI officials say additional charges may follow.

#phoenixarrest #phoenixcrime #phoenixbailbonds #maricopacountyjail

Post has attachment
PHOENIX DRUG DEALER USES TODDLER AS HUMAN SHIELD
Phoenix Bail Bonds
https://phoenixbailbonds.co
(602) 267-9057

A pHOENIX drug dealer useD his 2-year-old daughter as a human shield during his arrest by a DPS SWAT team.

Investigators say Richard Salazar, 26, and Eric Salazar, 29, were selling meth, heroin, cocaine, and Oxycodone.

On Aug. 22, a DPS SWAT team went to an apartment near Van Buren Street and 19th Avenue to arrest the men. Eric ran into a back bedroom of the home with his 2-year-old daughter, holding her up as a shield when SWAT officers attempted to arrest him."

Investigators say they found other drugs and uncapped syringes in the home accessible to three children under 4 years old. They also allegedly found a loaded AK-47 in the bedroom.

Eric Salazar is being held on a $350,000 Phoenix cash bond, while Richard is being held on a $250,000 Phoenix cash bond. Both have been charged with 14 drug-related offenses.

#bailbondsphoenix #phoenixcrime #maricopacountyjail #phoenixbailbonds

Post has attachment
POLICE ARREST 24 SUSPECTS DURING 6-DAY CHILD SEX CRIMES OPERATION
Phoenix Bail Bonds
https://phoenixbailbonds.co
(602) 267-9057

Police arrested 24 people during a six-day undercover child sex crimes and human trafficking operation across the Valley.

Mesa Police Department, detectives partnered with the Tempe, Gilbert, and Chandler Police Departments, as well as the Arizona Attorney General's Office, for an undercover operation targeting the demand for child sex crimes and human trafficking. Undercover police posted ads on websites sought out by suspects seeking illegal sex acts.

Suspects range in age from 21 to 80 years old.

Full Story:
http://www.fox10phoenix.com/news/arizona-news/police-arrest-24-suspects-during-6-day-child-sex-crimes-operation

#phoenixbailbonds #mesabailbonds #phoenixcrime #maricopacountyjail
Phoenix Bail Bonds
Phoenix Bail Bonds
phoenixbailbonds.co

Post has attachment
PHOENIX WOMAN ARRESTED FOR 4TH DUI IN 7 YEARS
Phoenix Bail Bonds
https://phoenixbailbonds.co
(602) 267-9057

A Phoenix woman was arrested last month for allegedly driving under the influence for the fourth time.

Police report on August 28 they arrested 42-year-old Lan Thi Tran near 16th street and Indian School Road in Phoenix. Tran was involved in a traffic collision at that location.

She reportedly made admissions to drinking before the crash.

Police say her B.A.C. level was .377, over four times the legal limit.

Police say this is Tran's fourth DUI arrest in the past seven years and that her license was suspended. She is also required to have an ignition interlock device on her vehicle.

She has been charged with aggravated DUI.

Full Story:
https://www.abc15.com/news/crime/pd-phoenix-woman-arrested-for-4th-dui-in-7-years

Maricopa County Inmate Arrest - Booking
https://phoenixbailbonds.co/arrest/view/id/380637

#maricopacountyjail #bailbondsphoenix #phoenixcrime #arizonadui

Post has attachment
PHOENIX BAIL BONDS - COLLATERAL GUIDE
https://phoenixbailbonds.co
(602) 267-9057

#phoenixbailbonds #collateral #maricopacountyjail

Post has attachment
* PHOENIX ROBBER BEATS ELDERLY WOMAN IN BED*
Phoenix Bail Bonds
https://phoenixbailbonds.co
(602) 267-9057

Police arrested robbery suspect, John Eaves, who is accused of beating an elderly woman after he broke into her home in Phoenix.

On Sept. 4, around 4:16 a.m., a 74-year-old woman woke up as she was being "severely" beaten in her bed at her home near 31st and Northern avenues.

The woman was bound and robbed, and her 2007 Mercedes Benz was stolen.

Eaves was located driving her car and when he spotted the authorities, he fled. He later crashed into a parked vehicle near 51st and Northern avenues. He ran from the vehicle, but was found with the help of a police K-9.

Eaves was booked into Maricopa County Jail, charged with aggravated robbery, aggravated assault, vulnerable adult abuse and other felony charges, according to the Phoenix Police Department.

Police say the victim is still in the hospital with severe injuries.

Full Story:
http://www.azfamily.com/story/39044211/police-arrest-robbery-suspect-accused-of-beating-elderly-woman-in-phoenix

#phoenixbailbonds #maricopacountyjail #maricopacountyinmate

Post has attachment
BODY FOUND NEAR SR 85 IS THAT OF YOUNG PHOENIX WOMAN MISSING FOR A MONTH
Phoenix Bail Bonds
https://phoenixbailbonds.co
(602) 267-9057

Phoenix Police Department on Wednesday confirmed that the body found this week near State Route 85 in Buckeye is that of a young woman who vanished a month ago.

Kiera Lanae Bergman, 19, was last seen at home in the area of 51st Avenue and Thunderbird Road on Saturday, Aug. 4.

Her roommate, Destiny Hall-Chand, reported her missing after she didn't come home and never came to work. She said the last text message she received from Bergman said that she was going to meet up with a man she met at a store.

Bergman's body was found the afternoon of Monday, Sept. 3 near SR 85 and Hazen Road, which is about a 45-minute drive from her west Phoenix apartment.

She had been missing for 30 days. At this point, it's not clear how,- or when, Bergman died. It's also not clear how long her body had been in that desert area near SR 85.

Police have not made any arrests in connection with Bergman's death, nor have they said anything about a suspect.

#bailbondsphoenix #phoenixbailbonds #phoenixcrime
Wait while more posts are being loaded