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Absolute Bail Bonds - Martinez

home 924 Court St, Martinez, CA 94553, USA
phone (925) 228-5858

Reviewed from Google

4.6 out of 5 stars

Cathryn Bell
Cathryn Bell

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 days ago

The level of customer service from each person I've, unfortunately, had the pleasure of interacting with supercedes the 5 star rating. They do what they say and say what they do.

Andre Yea
Andre Yea

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

Unfortunately i had to bail out a friend but had a great experience dealing with them. The bailbonds man and receptionist where very nice and inviting. I did not feel judgment or uncomfortable about the situation after being there.

Carlee Mceuen
Carlee Mceuen

1 out of 5 stars

posted 9 months ago

Whoever I just had the pleasure of speaking with, (she failed to mention her name), was every bit of what I DIDN'T need coming from the other end of the phone at a time like this. To the agent: maybe you're having a bad day, but people call you for help, and some of them are having the worst day of their lives. It would make a world of difference if you at least pretended to care, and didn't talk to people like they were complete idiots. I hope your day gets better.

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY Address

Contra Costa County Jail
651 PINE STREET
MARTINEZ, CA
94553

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 1664
Inmate Capacity: 695
Year Constructed: 1982
Full-Time Staff: 505
Total Staff Salaries: $59,268,161

Phone:(925) 335-1500

Contra Costa County, CA Offense Statistics
Violent Crime426
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter14
Rape (revised and legacy definition)24
Robbery153
Aggravated Assault235
Property Crime2,013
Burglary660
Larceny-theft1,332
Motor Vehicle Theft21
Arson18
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
Thursday, November 23rd, 2017 at 7:42am
Nice work by Special Investigation Unit, confiscated 600 marijuana plants in grow operation in Discovery Bay. https://t.co/aC9l7TngSQ CoCoSheriff photo
Friday, November 17th, 2017 at 7:05am
Annual toy drive at Marsh Creek Detention Facility. Nonprofits select wooden toys handmade by student-inmates for children they serve. Thank you to the student-inmates for their hard work and for giving back to the community. This is a great partnership with Office of Education. https://t.co/6Q9KuyrQnJ CoCoSheriff photo
Thursday, November 16th, 2017 at 2:15am
Kudos to staff at the Rancho Tehama Elementary School for locking down immediately after hearing gunshots. Gunman was not able to enter the school. Suspect was killed in a shootout with police after he killed four people and wounded ten.
Tuesday, November 14th, 2017 at 12:50pm
Congratulations to Sheriff's Office dispatchers & Deputy Sheriffs and other public safety personnel who received the Siren Award for their handling of a call in Orinda. A young boy who was trapped under a car was saved. The Siren Award allows survivors to meet their rescuers. https://t.co/p0EKWhWLkJ CoCoSheriff photo
Friday, November 10th, 2017 at 11:10pm
Happy Veterans Day! Thanking all of those who served and are serving the U.S. Armed Forces for their service.
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CONTRA COSTA SHERIFF-OFFICIAL PAGEThursday, November 23rd, 2017 at 7:21pm
Happy Thanksgiving!

From the Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff family to you and your family - Wishing everyone a Happy, Healthy and Safe Thanksgiving! We count our blessings and are grateful for the community support and understanding. We are believers that it is much better to give, than to receive.

Recently, an online police report was filed for a lost bicycle in Bay Point. The owner, 14-year old Jaime, filled out the report as best as he could. He even mentioned that the rear tire was flat.

His effort and sense of responsibility touched many of us here at the Sheriff's Office.

The Bay Point Resident Deputy and School Resource Officer did not hesitate in getting Jaime a new bicycle. Within a week, a new bicycle, helmet, and bike lock were delivered to him.

Jaime - Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family and safe journeys on your new bicycle!
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CONTRA COSTA SHERIFF-OFFICIAL PAGE added 3 new photos.Thursday, November 23rd, 2017 at 10:39am
Marijuana Seizure

This morning Detectives from the Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff Special Investigation Unit served a search warrant at a home on the 2000 block of Wayfarer Court in Discovery Bay. This follows an investigation into a marijuana growing operation at the residence.

Detectives seized approximately 600 marijuana plants worth an estimated $450,000.

No one was at the residence. The investigation is ongoing.

Anyone with any information on the case is asked to contact the Investigation Division at (925) 313-2600 or call the anonymous tip lines at (925) 313-1166 or (866) 846-3592. Tips can also be emailed to: tips@so.cccounty.us.
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CONTRA COSTA SHERIFF-OFFICIAL PAGETuesday, November 21st, 2017 at 6:32am
Missing Boy Found

A missing 7-year-old boy was found in 25 minutes thanks to the efforts of an alert citizen, Deputy Sheriffs, and Office of the Sheriff STARR1 helicopter.

Earlier this month, a father called dispatch to report his son missing. A Deputy Sheriff responded to the home while other searched the area. STARR1 joined the search.

The citizen later reported that he saw the boy on a hillside. A Deputy went to that location and found the boy as STARR1 monitored from above.

We are proud to be of service to the community and happy the boy was found quickly and reunited with his father.

See the video at this link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lcUPCb9eYGA
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CONTRA COSTA SHERIFF-OFFICIAL PAGESaturday, November 18th, 2017 at 7:35pm
SIREN TEAM AWARD

Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff dispatchers and deputy sheriffs were among those who were recognized with the Siren Team Award at the recent EMS Survivor’s Reunion in Walnut Creek. The event reunites individuals who experienced a near-fatal incident with the public safety and medical personnel who played a significant role in their survival. These personnel include 9-1-1 dispatchers, law enforcement officers, fire fighters, EMTs, paramedics, and hospital emergency department staff. The reunion celebrates the gift of life and recognizes the amazing men and women who protect it.

The incident they were honored for involved a 6-year-old Orinda boy who was trapped under a vehicle after he was accidentally run over.

An Office of the Sheriff dispatcher took the call, sent help to the scene, and kept the parents calm. Orinda police officers were first on scene. Firefighters from the Contra Costa County Consolidated Fire Protection District (CON Fire) arrived and lifted the car off the boy. Paramedics treated the boy who was taken to Children’s Hospital Oakland by ambulance.

The boy suffered several broken bones and injuries to his head and neck. He was released from the hospital just four days later.

This was truly a team effort among the Office of the Sheriff, CON Fire, AMR, and Children’s Hospital Oakland that resulted in a successful outcome.
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CONTRA COSTA SHERIFF-OFFICIAL PAGE added 2 new photos.Saturday, November 18th, 2017 at 8:31am
Reward Increased in Blackhawk Vehicle Collision/Hit and Run

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The reward being offered in the August 18, 2017 vehicle collision into an office building in Blackhawk has doubled to $5,000. The reward, being offered by an insurance company, is for the positive identification and arrest of the suspect in this case.

On that evening at about 10 PM, a black, newer-model Land Rover with paper plates collided into the office building located on Executive Parkway, across from Blackhawk Plaza. There was major damage to the office building.

The vehicle then fled and crashed into two parked cars on Center Way near the Chevron Station in the town of Danville.

The Land Rover was driven by a white male described as being in his early 50’s wearing a floral Hawaiian shirt. There was also a white female passenger possibly named “Gloria”. According to witnesses, the Land Rover was later towed from the corner of Indian Rice Road and Goldenrod Lane in Danville.

The male driver was last seen waving down cars on Crow Canyon Road. It is believed the occupants had just left a free concert at Blackhawk Plaza.

If anyone has any information about the vehicle (which should have sustained major damage), its occupants, or the name of the tow truck company, please contact the Blackhawk Police Department at (925) 736-1018.

You can also call the anonymous tip line at (866) 846-3592. Tips can also be emailed to: tips@so.cccounty.us.
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CONTRA COSTA SHERIFF-OFFICIAL PAGE added 4 new photos.Saturday, November 18th, 2017 at 4:55am
Marsh Creek Detention Facility's Toy Show

This annual event, now in its 26th year, took place on Thursday at the Marsh Creek Detention Facility.

Representatives from dozens of non-profit organizations selected from over 1,500 handcrafted wooden toys for deserving children. The wooden toys were all made by inmates in the woodshop program. The inmates also refurbished 90 bicycles that will go to children.

The program is a longtime partnership between the Office of the Sheriff and the Contra Costa County Office of Education.

All of the inmates in the woodshop program are students in the Contra Costa Adult School, an accredited school directed by the Contra Costa County Office of Education (CCCOE), located within the detention facility.

Kudos to the inmates in the program who learn a skill and also bring smiles to children this holiday season!