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Ajua Bail Bonds

home 1237 Van Ness Ave, Fresno, CA 93721, USA
phone (559) 237-0777

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5 out of 5 stars

Denise Villareal
Denise Villareal

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

This is five stars because the gentleman Robert I believe on the phone was so kind. Absolutely clear, very knowledgable, and extremely helpful in our time of need. I ended up not needing Ajua (bail had already been posted by another individual) but I have never been in any situation where I thought I would be looking up bail bonds, and it felt good that the person on the other end of the line gave hope in my situation. Gave great advice and helped me in my search to find out what exactly was going on.

When I was getting frustrated with unclear answers, he gave suggestions and helped me pull through. Recommended 100%!!!! Truly professional and you will be cared for.

david divelbiss
david divelbiss

5 out of 5 stars

posted 10 months ago

This is something you probably don't think you will ever need to know about.
But.. you never know when you will get a late night call from a friend or family member, [or even yourself] that needs help.
Needing a bondsman can be a confusing, stressful, and maybe frightening experience.
Rob and his staff are always available, and are fast, courteous. Rob is very efficient and knowledgeable, and will help you in every way he can, and will meet you where you need him.
He took care of all the paperwork, and all the things that needed to be done.
Nobody ever looks forward to having to deal with this, but if you need this kind of help, Ajua and Rob are the people to call.
Thank you Rob for being a nice and helpful person!

Christina Romo
Christina Romo

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

Rob Is amazing good hearted person, he helped me in time of need to figure out what I needed to do and went out of his way to help my family. I recommend his business to anyone!!!! 🙂 Thank You!

FRESNO COUNTY Address

Fresno County Jail
1225 M STREET
FRESNO, CA
93717

FRESNO COUNTY Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 3060
Inmate Capacity: 300
Year Constructed: 1986
Full-Time Staff: 557
Total Staff Salaries: $36,332,995

Phone:(888) 373-7011

Friday, May 26th, 2017 at 12:59pm
#UPDATE @FresnoSheriff non-emergency phone lines are now working, along with our 911 system. Thank you for your patience. https://t.co/Lc6w9wNulS FresnoSheriff photo
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Friday, May 26th, 2017 at 12:18pm
@FresnoSheriff dispatchers are now able to receive 911 calls. We are still working to reestablish non-emergency phone lines. https://t.co/0cek3gWDuq FresnoSheriff photo
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Friday, May 26th, 2017 at 11:48am
@FresnoSheriff 911 system & non-emergency lines are experiencing technical difficulties. We are working to get them back in service ASAP. https://t.co/PF9bH8MU2a FresnoSheriff photo
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Wednesday, May 24th, 2017 at 9:21am
Fresno County #TrafficAlert A portion of Huntington Lake Road is currently closed to motorists due to a failure from the winter storms. https://t.co/4oJX2QSb8K FresnoSheriff photo
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Fresno County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, May 26th, 2017 at 2:49pm
***UPDATE***
Fresno Sheriff non-emergency phone lines are now working, along with our 911 system. Thank you for your patience.

***UPDATE***
Fresno Sheriff dispatchers are now able to receive 911 calls. We are still working to reestablish non-emergency phone lines.

The Fresno County Sheriff's Office 911 system and non-emergency lines are currently experiencing technical difficulties. We are working to get them back in service as quickly as possible.
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Fresno County Sheriff's Office added 5 new photos.Friday, May 26th, 2017 at 10:41am
Detectives Trying to Combat Chain Link Fence Thefts

Detectives with the Fresno County Sheriff’s Ag Task Force have several open cases involving the theft of chain link fencing. In the last six weeks, detectives have received four such reports. Thus far, the metal has not turned up at any scrap yards, so it is likely being sold privately or being reused during the installation of other fencing projects. Below is a summary of the open cases.

1) On April 12th, 250 feet of chain link fencing and cross beam supports were cut and stolen. The material surrounded a citrus orchard in the area of S. Buttonwillow and E. Jefferson Ave. in Reedley. The total loss was estimated to be $7,000 - $10,000, which includes labor and materials.

2) Between April 25th and May 2nd, 1,050 feet of fencing and 84 metal posts were stolen. The victim found an additional 800 feet of fencing rolled up, which the suspects did not end up taking. The theft occurred at a vineyard near S. Chestnut and E. Mountain View in Fresno. The total loss was $16,000.

3) On May 8th, a theft of fencing occurred in the area of S. Buttonwillow and E. Sumner Ave. in Reedley. This location is two miles down the road from case number one listed above. It’s unknown exactly how much material was taken.

4) On either May 11th or May 12th, 350 feet worth of fencing was taken from the area of E. Annadale and S. Reed Ave. in Sanger. The total loss was $2,500.

The Sheriff’s Office encourages you to mark your fencing in a way that would make it easily identifiable in the event it is stolen and recovered. A good way to deter theft is to spray paint lines across the fence in order to make it less desirable for someone to try and reuse it.

If you are approached by someone trying to sell fencing materials, please contact your local law enforcement agency and report as much information about the seller as possible. If you have information on any of the specific thefts mentioned, please contact the Sheriff’s Office Ag Task Force at (559) 600-8150 or email agcrimes@fresnosheriff.org You may also call Crime Stoppers at (559) 498-7867. You will remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.
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Fresno County Sheriff's Office shared ABC30 Action News's video.Thursday, May 25th, 2017 at 12:24pm
Looking forward to seeing the progress of our brother Scanlan.
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ABC30 Action News
A MIRACLE RECOVERY – Officer Malama Scanlan was shot in the head and rushed to the hospital. Doctors said his brain was damaged beyond repair. But now, he's making a recovery some thought was impossible.
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Fresno County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, May 25th, 2017 at 9:31am
Here is an opportunity to take a ride and help students reach their educational goals.
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Fresno County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.Thursday, May 25th, 2017 at 8:27am
Sheriff Mims Closes Kings River to Recreational Users

Effective immediately, the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office is closing the Kings River from Pine Flat Dam to the Tulare and Kings County lines. Sheriff Margaret Mims has made this order in the best interest of public safety. This closure is permitted under the authority of Penal Code 409.5(a) and Fresno County Ordinance 13.32.080.

Due to a large amount of melting snow in the Sierra, Pine Flat Dam is currently taking in water at a rate of 16,300 cubic feet per second (cfs). This amount of water coming into the lake is nearly twice as much as what was flowing in at this time last week. The dam is pushing 8,373 cfs into the Kings River, as of Wednesday morning.

Below is a chart to calculate the flow of water using 1 cfs.

1 cfs = 7 ½ gallons per second
At 1 cfs, this amounts to 449 gallons per minute and 646,272 gallons per day

Members of the Sheriff’s Boating Enforcement Unit (BEU) recently surveyed the Kings River and the temperature registered 50°. Exposure to the cold water can cause hypothermia, which can quickly lead to exhaustion or unconsciousness. During the survey, deputies also found numerous public safety hazards and areas of serious concern for floaters and swimmers. Since the river is at its highest level in years, several of its banks have eroded and that has led to many trees falling into the river. Downed trees create strainers, which is where turbulent water flows through the tree. A person caught in a strainer can quickly find themselves pinned against the tree or even swept underneath it. It is extremely difficult to rescue yourself from a strainer and typically requires emergency help from trained rescue personnel.

It is important for the public to understand that access to the river is denied until further notice. This includes all recreational activity such as: Boating, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, floating, etc. The Sheriff’s Office will strictly enforce this closure and violators will be subject to citations. This infraction comes with a fine of $225.00. Parks and recreation areas along the river will remain open, however, visitors still cannot enter the water at these locations. Fishing is allowed, but you must stay out of the water while doing so.

It should be noted that both Tulare and Kings County have also closed its portions of the Kings River in the interest of public safety.

The Fresno County Sheriff’s Office will be reassessing water levels and river conditions throughout the summer. If deemed safe, access to the river could be reopened to the public.

The public can check the hourly flows from Pine Flat Dam by visiting http://www.spk-wc.usace.army.mil/fcgi-bin/hourly.py?report=pnf

As you recreate in other waterways this summer, the Sheriff’s Office would like to remind you to be safe while doing your activities. Take simple precautions such as: Wear a life jacket, stay close to shore if you’re not an experienced swimmer and do not mix alcohol and swimming. Alcohol causes swimmers to fatigue faster than normal and can create dangerous situations. Also, please keep an eye on your children at all times. In less than a minute they can slip into the water and be put at risk for injury or death.
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Fresno County Sheriff's Office added 5 new photos.Wednesday, May 24th, 2017 at 12:01pm
A portion of Huntington Lake Road (northside of the Huntington Lake) is currently closed to motorists due to a failure. The winter storms took a toll on the road and caused a portion of it to slide away. Repair crews are addressing this issue. There is no timetable on the repair. The road will remain closed until further notice.
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    Where is the Facilitator Locator Number for the use of the Voice Mail Message System ? I have all the other infor; case, booking, and I.D. yea even my brothers personal info. But I cant find the facilitaor Locator Number for the use of the voice Mail Messages to leave my brother a message to call me.

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    Ok, Where is the information for the USE of the Voice Mail Message System ? The so called “Facilitator Locator Number “, of the inmate is missing from all the other information, which is needed for the use of the Voice Mail Message system.