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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

Fabiola Diaz
Fabiola Diaz

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

Robert put me at ease from the very beginning. Situations like these are never easy and even though I was super stressed he was able to calm my nerves. I appreciated that he answered all my questions. His prompt action with results demonstrates his integrity to his customers.

Samantha Diaz
Samantha Diaz

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 weeks ago

Very Good Service if ever needed will definetly call Ajua. Very pleased with Raquel she is patient and explains questions thoroughly. Very Helpful Great Experience

david divelbiss
david divelbiss

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year 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!


Fresno County Jail


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

Saturday, July 22nd, 2017 at 5:14am
@FresnoSheriff K-9 Mikey continues to get good health updates. No sign of infection found during today's checkup. Another cool cast though! https://t.co/79U3ZJ5laQ FresnoSheriff photo
Friday, July 21st, 2017 at 4:44am
ID this crook. He stole cash & a gun from a wheelchair bound homeowner near Princeton & Maple in Fresno. Call @FresnoSheriff (559) 600-3111 https://t.co/sGvG9G5BY9
Friday, July 21st, 2017 at 4:24am
#Update @FresnoSheriff K-9 Mikey. Today he underwent successful reconstructive surgery on his foot at Sierra View Animal Hospital in Fresno https://t.co/8fh9KvhshU FresnoSheriff photo
Thursday, July 20th, 2017 at 1:54pm
@scoutb92 We are hopeful he will return to work one day. Vet is optimistic.
Fresno County Sheriff's Office
Fresno County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, July 24th, 2017 at 4:54am
Sheriff’s Detectives Investigating Officer Involved Shooting

Around 12:45 am on Sunday, Fresno Police officers responded to the intersection of S. Backer Ave. and E. Florence Ave. in Fresno to check on a suspicious vehicle that was reported in the area. Officers located the vehicle and then saw it speed away. Fresno Police’s helicopter, Air 1, was notified and began to follow the vehicle. Officers in Fresno Police patrol cars became aware that the vehicle had traveled to the area of Highway 99 and Clovis Ave and the suspect was driving through a field. Officers pursued the vehicle as other officers setup a spike strip at the intersection of Clovis and Jensen. The suspect avoided the spikes and drove through the gate of a farming business located on the southeast corner of Clovis and Jensen. Shortly after 1:30 am, officers used their patrol cars to surround the suspect’s vehicle on the ranch, at which time the driver backed up their vehicle and struck two patrol cars. Officers fired their guns, hitting both the suspect and the suspect’s vehicle. Officers gave medical aid to the suspect while waiting for EMS personnel to arrive. An ambulance then transported the suspect to Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno. The suspect is currently receiving treatment and is listed in stable condition. No other people were in the suspect’s vehicle at the time of the shooting. One officer sustained a minor injury.

Due to the shooting occurring at a property in the county’s jurisdiction, the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office is handling the officer involved shooting (OIS) investigation. FSO homicide detectives and members of the District Attorney’s OIS team responded to the scene to conduct the investigation. The Fresno Police Department is also conducting its own administrative investigation.

The suspect is a 30 year old man. His identity is not available for release at this time. He will soon be booked into the Fresno County Jail.

Anyone with additional information on this case is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at (559) 600-3111 or Crime Stoppers at (559) 498-7867. You will remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.
Fresno County Sheriff's Office
Fresno County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, July 23rd, 2017 at 10:34am
The first class care continues as Heather (far left) from Sierra View Animal Hospital makes a house call to check on Mikey. Assisting her are Dispatcher Jana Huey and Deputy Ericka Rascon (a former K-9 handler). Thank you all for helping to get him back on all four paws.
Fresno County Sheriff's Office
Fresno County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, July 22nd, 2017 at 7:22am
The Fresno County Sheriff's Office has recently become aware of a scam involving your Apple iPhone. We would like to inform you of how it works so you don't get tricked.

Some local residents report they are receiving phone calls from what appears to be the Apple Store in Fresno. The caller ID shows the store's real number, but when you answer the phone you are prompted to call another number. The recording warns that your computer or iCloud is in jeopardy of being hacked. They may even request the serial number to your iPhone. One such person reported calling the number on the recording and it put them in touch with a company named Superior Technical Support. The Better Business Bureau is aware of this ongoing scam. The number you see from the so-called Apple Store has been spoofed. This means the caller is using a service or program to mask the real number they are calling from and making it appear as though it's a legitimate business. The goal is to make you answer the phone, then see if they can take advantage of you through scare tactics.

If you receive a similar call, don't fall into this trap! As a good rule of thumb, never give out your personal information to someone seeking it from you. You should only give information to accredited companies that you make an effort to go and seek help from on your own.
Fresno County Sheriff's Office
Fresno County Sheriff's Office shared Friends of the Fresno Sheriff's K-9 Unit's photo.Saturday, July 22nd, 2017 at 7:07am
Good news keeps coming our way, let's hope it stays this way. Get well Mikey!
Fresno County Sheriff's Office
Fresno County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Friday, July 21st, 2017 at 7:17am
Here is Thursday's update on FSO K-9 Mikey.

This morning, Mikey went to Sierra View Animal Hospital in Fresno to have his wound cleaned, bandage changed and an assessment made for reconstruction surgery of his foot. Dr. Walsh examined Mikey's wound and said he looked so good that reconstruction surgery could take place today, so Dr. Walsh went on to perform the procedure.

Due to the great healthcare services and continued support and prayers from the community, Mikey is progressing in leaps and bounds. He continues to have a long road to recovery. His after care will prove to be a critical factor in giving him any chance at returning to duty.

We at the Sheriff's Office would like to send a huge thank you to all of the staff at Sierra View Animal Hospital; especially Dr. Scheidt and Dr. Walsh who are providing the best care in the world for Mikey.
Fresno County Sheriff's Office
Fresno County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, July 21st, 2017 at 6:48am
Around 4:00 pm on July 18th, this suspect captured on video walked into a home near E. Princeton Ave and N. Maple Ave. in Fresno and committed a hot prowl burglary. The suspect walked past the elderly homeowner as he sat in a wheelchair and went into a bedroom. The suspect stole money and a gun then left in a white newer model car which had a dent on the center of the hood. The homeowner immediately called the Sheriff's Office to report the crime.

Quite appropriately, the suspect was wearing a black t-shirt which had the word “Crooks” on it. He also wore black jeans and black Air Jordan shoes. Based on the video, he appears to be white or Hispanic, about 5'8" with an average build and shaved or short hair.

Anyone with information on the suspect should call the Sheriff's Office at (559) 600-3111. You may also call Crime Stoppers at (559) 498-7867. Please mention case number 17-10409. You will remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.
Fresno County Sheriff's Office
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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.