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Aladdin Bail Bonds

home 225 W Winton Ave Ste. 101, Hayward, CA 94544, USA
phone (510) 887-2245

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4 out of 5 stars

Miss Domo
Miss Domo

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

I called for information and Shantel was amazing! She provided great customer service during a time when I really needed it! Thanks again Shantel!!

janice aragon
janice aragon

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

Came here to help out a Dear Friend and was treated GREAT, and the whole process was very nice! Great customer service too! 😊

Jeremy Hicks
Jeremy Hicks

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

they bailed my son out quickly, they were friendly, and i thought they understood my financial situation. but when they double charged my credit card and also deducted my first payment without my knowledge, they put me in a bad place. Payments were scheduled to begin 1/30 and they went ahead and took out the first payment immediately, and also had another one scheduled for the end of this month. BAD BUSINESS! VERY DECITEFUL AND A STRAIGHT UP CON-MAN!! I have checks bouncing and it looks like the kids will be w/o christmas this year!


Alameda County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 3701
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: 1989
Full-Time Staff: 777
Total Staff Salaries: $82,600,000

Phone:(510) 272-6878

Alameda County, CA Offense Statistics
Violent Crime510
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter6
Rape (revised and legacy definition)13
Aggravated Assault314
Property Crime2,077
Motor Vehicle Theft629
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department
Monday, March 19th, 2018 at 1:52am
News Release on early morning homicide. https://t.co/LhZAXt0rad https://t.co/viHg85PyBk ACSOSheriffs photo
Monday, March 19th, 2018 at 12:39am
ACSO is working a homicide on 21200 block of Mission Blvd in Hayward. Happened about 3am. One male victim was shot. Traffic will be impacted from Maddox Rd to Blossom Way.
Saturday, March 17th, 2018 at 12:37am
If you need a story to warm your heart today, watch this one. This is an amazing example of how love and caring can help homelessness. We are proud to be a part of it. https://t.co/8HJ4sRlasZ ACSOSheriffs photo

Alameda County Sheriff's Office

********* IMPORTANT NUMBERS **********Emergency: 911 Non-Emergency: 510-667-7721 Confidential Tip Line: 510-667-3622 Abandoned Vehichle Hotline: 510-667-7869***************************************DO NOT USE THIS FACEBOOK PAGE TO REPORT ANY CRIMES OR EMERGENCIES. IF THERE IS AN EMERGENCY, DIAL 911.The Sheriff of Alameda County is responsible for a vast array of tasks and duties, including the following:- Providing patrol and investigative services to the unincorporated areas of Alameda County- Operating a County Jail (Santa Rita and Glenn E. Dyer)- Providing security to the Consolidated Superior Courts - Operating the Coroner's Bureau- Operating a full service criminalistics laboratory- Performing Civil Process- Operating the County Office of Emergency Services- Pursuant to contractual agreements, providing patrol and investigative services to the City of Dublin, Peralta Community College District, Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum complex, Oakland International Airport, Highland County Hospital, Social Services, and to the Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District - Conducting a basic academy pursuant to Police Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) requirements.- The academy is available to Sheriff's recruits, as well as to other law enforcement agency recruits upon agreement with the Sheriff's Regional Training Center. The Regional Training Center also offers an extensive curriculum to law enforcement professionals.- Providing Fish and Game enforcement- Project Director of the Narcotics Task Force- Serving as the Executive Director of the Sexual Assault Felony Enforcement (SAFE) Task Force- Operating a Marine Patrol Unit in the San Francisco Bay waters.
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Alameda County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, March 19th, 2018 at 4:51am

Hayward, CA- This morning, about 3am, deputies responded to the 21200 Block of Mission Blvd in Hayward for a report of a shooting. Deputies arrived on scene and found an unidentified adult male victim inside a vehicle suffering from a gunshot wound. Paramedics arrived and he was pronounced dead at the scene. A motive for the killing is unclear at this time.

ACSO detectives and Crime Lab personnel are on scene interviewing witnesses and collecting evidence.

Motorists/Pedestrians are encouraged to avoid Mission Blvd between Mattox Road and Blossom Way for the next few hours.

Sgt. Ray Kelly
Public Information Officer
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Alameda County Sheriff's Office shared CBS This Morning's post.Saturday, March 17th, 2018 at 4:59am
The Mick Myers Story by CBS This Morning.

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Alameda County Sheriff's Office added 9 new photos.Friday, March 16th, 2018 at 4:07pm
CHAPTER II: Michael “Mick” Myers

We first told you about Mick during the holiday season and we wanted to give you an update about his life since then.

The outpouring of support for Mick and Deputy Jacob Swalwell was amazing. Some wonderful people reached out to us and helped write Mick’s next chapter.

After getting Mick his identification card, we were able to open doors and get access to services he was once denied. Government assistance is a series of systems that don’t necessarily connect or work together when you’re homeless.

Deputy Swalwell drove Mick to Alameda County Social Services where they completed the necessary paperwork to apply for assistance. The staff there was very helpful and recognized Mick from the media attention he had received. After several appointments, including a physical and mental evaluation, Mick is now receiving general assistance from the state as well as food stamps. Mick was finally approved for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and will get about $550 per month. In addition, Deputy Swalwell got Mick a new guitar to play at the Bayfair BART Station.

However, what happened next truly amazed us! A private investigator named Mark Askins, who works for a non profit called “Miracle Messages”, reached out to us and said he wanted to help Mick learn more about his past. Mick was put up for adoption shortly after his birth in 1950. It was Mark’s belief Mick likely had siblings and other family somewhere in the country.

On February 8, 2018, Mark called to to tell us he had located Mick’s biological mother still alive in Eureka, CA. He explained that she was 85 years old, in good health, and had a vibrant personality. We learned her name was Marie “Polly” Howe.

Polly was married and became pregnant with Mick when she was still in high school. She also had a one year old son (Jim), Mick’s brother. During this time, her own mother was very ill and she had to drop out of school to care for her child and younger siblings. The family was poor and struggling.

Polly was overwhelmed and had to consider what to do with the baby growing inside her. Polly knew she wanted Mick to have a bright future and given her current situation, she didn’t think she could provide it. She made a very difficult and life changing decision to put Mick up for adoption.

Mick was born to Polly and later adopted by the Myers’ family. Polly told the Myers’ she preferred not to see Mick again because it would be too difficult for her. Polly knew she would want her little boy back but she had to let him go.

Deputy Swalwell met with Mick and told him Mark had found his mother alive in Eureka. Mick is not one to show a lot of emotion but he seemed interested in learning about Polly.

Mark got to know Polly a bit over the phone and asked her if she wanted to talk to Mick. Polly gladly accepted the offer and anxiously awaited to hear from her long lost son. Mick also agreed to talk to Polly and a conference call was set up at ACSO.

On February 13th, just before Valentines Day, we got Polly and Mick on the phone together. We anxiously listened to the sweet voice of Polly on the other end of the phone. From the minute Mick and Polly started talking, you could feel the connection between them. Mick was glued to the phone and took in every word Polly said. You could finally see emotion in a normally emotionless man. 67 years had separated the two but in those moments it was like no time had passed at all.

Mick asked Polly what name he should call her and she said, “Call me Mom”. Mick said, “I’d rather call you Mother” to which Marie replied, “Ok, call me mother”. Mick told his mother how truly lonely his life had been. Polly told Mick she was sorry and then said, “I love you.”

Mick had never heard three more meaningful words in his life. Mick will tell you he really doesn’t know what love is. You could physically and emotionally see a change in Mick as he spoke to His mom.

On March 4, 2018, Mick, Deputy Swalwell and Mark Askins flew to Eureka in a beautiful airplane provided by volunteer, Pete Sandhu, with the Alameda County Air Squadron. Our volunteers had heard Mick’s story and wanted to make sure he got to Eureka to see his mom. The airplane ride was more like a time machine bridging a gap 67 years in the making.

The reunification of Mick and his mother is something we will never forget. Words really can’t describe the bond a mother has with her child. Mick is a lot like his family and he’s looking at the idea of moving closer to them in Eureka.

Deputy Swalwell is excited about Mick’s future but explained, “Part of me is really going to miss Mick if he moves to Eureka. Mick has taught me a lot about the importance of friends and family. He has made me a better officer but more so a better person”.

The Alameda County Deputy Sheriff's Association Charitable Foundation was so moved by Mick's story, Deputy Swalwell's acts of kindness and Mark Askins' talented assist in locating Mick's birth mom, that a campaign has been set up to assist Mick and other homeless people in need.

This non-profit campaign will help pay for food, clothes, housing, education and treatment for Mick and others like him.

Anyone can make a tax deductible donation in Mick's name: http://www.acdsa.foundation/

To learn more about Mark Askins and his non-profit work with Miracle Messages to reunite people: http://miraclemessages.org/

A special thanks to: Sheriff Greg Ahern, Deputy Jacob Swalwell, Mark Askins, Molly McCrea, Sergeant Ray Kelly, Lieutenant Paul Liskey and Sergeant Tom Matheney, Pete Sandhu, Captain Michael Carroll and Leslie Donaldson.

*To see the whole story tune into to KPIX CBS San Francisco Bay Area News at 11pm Tonight. Also look for this story on the CBS News Morning Show tomorrow.
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Alameda County Sheriff's Office shared KTVU Fox 2's live video.Friday, March 16th, 2018 at 2:58pm

CASTRO VALLEY- About 3:15 PM, deputies responded to a report of a strong arm robbery at a market on Lake Chabot Road. The suspects robbed a woman and injured her before fleeing in a black 2011 Subaru vehicle. Deputies observed the car as it fled the scene and discovered it was also stolen. A traffic enforcement stop was conducted but the suspects failed to yield and hit and run two vehicles before entering westbound I-580 toward Oakland. Deputies pursued the robbery suspects as they exited Foothill Blvd onto MacArthur Blvd. at 108th Avenue, the suspect vehicle crashed into a house and 4 suspects fled on foot. They were all later detained and arrested. Further information revealed the suspects are likely responsible for a similar robbery in the city of San Leandro. Thankfully, nobody was seriously injured or killed.

You can see the dramatic chase video here from the KTVU Fox2 Helicopter.

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KTVU Fox 2
VIDEO: Oakland police chase of robbery suspects ends in crash, suspects bail on foot. bit.ly/2It5r5T
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Alameda County Sheriff's Office added 5 new photos — with Ray Kelly.Thursday, March 15th, 2018 at 5:19am
CONGRATULATIONS to Bahati Burgess for receiving the John Sully Scholarship Award from the California State Sheriff’s Association. Undersheriff Rich Lucia received the John Sully Award last year for his work in bettering relations with law enforcement and the community. The Award comes with a $5,000 scholarship that Undersheriff Lucia was allowed to award. After reviewing several applications, Bahati was selected to receive the scholarship which will help him finish his education at San Jose State University where he studies engineering. Please take a moment to read his essay. It’s inspiring!
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Alameda County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, March 9th, 2018 at 10:53am
Happy International Women's Day #LadyLEOs #Integrity #Honor #Trust #Commitment
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