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Goldstein-Costello Agency LLC. BAILBONDS ALBANY, NY

home 90 State St #838, Albany, NY 12207, USA
phone (518) 406-0952

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Ishaya Fraser

5 out of 5 stars

posted 10 months ago

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Lekisha Terrell
Lekisha Terrell

5 out of 5 stars

posted 10 months ago

Hal Goldstein was a pleasure to do business with. He stuck to his word and had my boyfriend bond done within an hour after my call!




According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 812
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 420
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(518) 869-2966

Alachua County Sheriff

If you are having an emergency dial 911. If you need to make a non emergency report please call (352)955-1818. Facebook is monitored periodically but is not the proper forum for reporting emergencies.
Alachua County Sheriff
Alachua County Sheriff added 2 new photos.Thursday, February 23rd, 2017 at 11:18am
#Smile, #CaughtOnCamera ***PACKAGE THIEF ALERT*** Yesterday afternoon, #MyACSO Patrol Deputies responded to the 500 block of SW 75th St after a homeowner reported a delivery had been stolen from the front porch. The incident was caught on security cameras.

Recognize this person? Call us at 352-955-1818 and reference Case Number #17-1767. You can also leave an anonymous tip by texting ACSO TIP followed by the information you have to 888-777 or by clicking the "Report a Crime Tip" tab on our Facebook page. You may also contact Deputy J. York via email at jyork@acso.us
Alachua County Sheriff
Alachua County Sheriff added 6 new photos.Thursday, February 23rd, 2017 at 10:59am
Take a look at these surveillance photos from the Dollar General located at 6733 SW Archer Rd. A black male suspect, the one pictured wearing a black shirt, with a beard and no hat, used a counterfeit $100 bill to purchase items on February 14th shortly after 6:00 PM. If you can identify the man, please contact our communications center at 352-955-1818 and reference Case Report #17-1581. You may also send us an anonymous tip by texting ACSO TIP and your information to 888-777 or by clicking the "Report a Crime Tip" tab on the left side of our Facebook Page.
Alachua County Sheriff
Alachua County Sheriff added 44 new photos to the album: February 22, 2017 - Oath of Office, Promotional, Awards Ceremony.Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017 at 4:32pm
This afternoon, Sheriff Sadie Darnell held the first quarterly Swearing-In, Promotional, and Awards Ceremony of 2017 in the Deputy Jack Romeis Patrol Squad Room.

In addition to administering our Code of Ethics to participants in this quarter’s ceremony, a badge pinning ceremony was held for Detention Officers Michael Henschel and Naketta Riess.

Sheriff Darnell then administered the Oath of Office to our newest sworn Deputy Sheriffs and Detention Deputies: D/S Alex Acosta, D/S Cleveland Cox, III, D/D Ryan Depete, D/S Luis Forero, D/S Anthony Howard, D/D David Johansson, D/S Erica Link, D/S Matthew McCandless, D/S Christopher Reul, D/D Ross Shugan, and D/S Duane Sullivan.

Captain Darrell Bessinger and Captain Bella Blizzard were then sworn in as newly promoted Captains with Captain Bessinger taking command of the Criminal Investigations Division and Captain Blizzard taking command of the Patrol Support Division.

Major David Clark was then sworn in as a newly promoted Major and assumed his role as Department Head of the Support Services.

Deputy Marvin Gunn received a Certificate of Commendation for apprehending a shooting suspect after a high speed chase down US441 in Micanopy, and Detention Deputy Daniel Roca received a Certificate of Commendation for intercepting an inmate who had snuck the synthetic drug “K2” into the detention facility.

Master Telecommunicator Megan English and Sergeant Richard Rooney both received special awards from Ms. Janet Sampson, a representative from the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches, for their continued contributions to the ranches throughout their career.

CCC Supervisor Jennifer Frohberg, Acting Major Steve Maynard, and Sergeant Scott Ulrich received awards for 20 years of service to ACSO; General Counsel Cindy Weygant was presented with an award for 30 years of service to ACSO; and Warrants Investigator Tom Perseo received an award for 35 years of service to ACSO.

The following personnel were awarded $100 as employees of the month throughout 2016:

January – Telecommunicator Jeff Andress
February – DO Dondrick Rutledge
March – Sgt. Paul Pardue
April – DS(s) Charles Hunt, Justin Williams, and Jeff Finch
May – DS(s) Jim Yancy, and Montana Sayers, Inv(s) Travis Devinny, John Abram, and Todd Martin
June – Detective Mike Rodenwoldt
July – DS(s) Alex Black, Jacob Barlow, Jered Smith, and James Abdale
August – Crime Analyst Sidney Downing
September – DD(s) Heath Hannar, Richard Harman
October – DO John Sudbury
November – DS Kenny Holt
December – DD LaShon Collins

And finally, Deputy Kenny Holt was honored as 2016 Employee of the Year as voted by his colleagues here at ACSO for his dedication to the case involving the murder of Hannah Brim which resulted in the location of human remains in the Orange Heights Area believed to be those of Ms. Brim. His commitment to the search and his steadfast dedication to duty has allowed her family to have resolution and peace of mind regarding their tragic loss.
Alachua County Sheriff
Alachua County Sheriff added 23 new photos to the album: Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Class #133 Graduation.Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017 at 3:55pm
Coming soon to a neighborhood near you!

This morning, Santa Fe College's Institute of Public Safety held a graduation ceremony for Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Class #133 at the Santa Fe College Auditorium. Deputy Darin Patterson, one of the main instructors at the academy from #MyACSO, represented the agency as we welcomed eight (8) new cadets to the ACSO Family!

Sheriff Darnell would like to congratulate our newest Deputies:

Deputy Sheriff Trainee Doris Class, Deputy Sheriff Trainee Maddison Telle, Deputy Sheriff Trainee Steven Pillar, Deputy Sheriff Trainee Travis Parsons, Deputy Sheriff Trainee Lloyd Smith, Deputy Sheriff Trainee Kaifa Tyson, Deputy Sheriff Trainee Wilderson Vernet, and Deputy sheriff Trainee Dalton Crews who will be completing the Corrections Academy as well to become a Detention Deputy at our jail.
Alachua County Sheriff
Alachua County SheriffWednesday, February 22nd, 2017 at 3:31pm
On February 17th, #MyACSO responded to a back road in the area of Alachua FL in reference to a safe found on the side of the road. The safe had not been forced open, but was left unsecured. Near the safe was located a large sum of money.

The safe is a Barska keypad depository safe. The company was unable to provide any information on the owner of the safe. The safe is the type used to make drop type deposits.

If you are the owner or have any information please contact our Criminal Investigations Division at 352-367-4170.
Alachua County Sheriff
Alachua County SheriffWednesday, February 22nd, 2017 at 10:18am
***SEXUAL PREDATOR CHANGE OF ADDRESS NOTIFICATION*** Jamai Alexander Watts - 6315 SW 13th Street Apt. 21, Gainesville, FL 32608
Jamai A. Watts was committed to the Florida Department of Corrections after being convicted of Sexual Battery/Coerce Child by Adult; F.S. 794.011(8)(b). For a complete listing of all registered sexual predators and offenders residing in Alachua County, or to search by zip code, please visit www.fdle.state.fl.us and click on their sexual offender data base.