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We Spring Bail Bonds

home 17 N Market St #203, Asheville, NC 28801, USA
phone (828) 225-4400

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3.4 out of 5 stars

Christie Guacci
Christie Guacci

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

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Josh Norvell
Josh Norvell

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Cheaptest bonds in town. This company is also willing to work with you on payment terms which isn't usual in this industry.

Julia Ann
Julia Ann

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Good people! They won't leave you hanging


Buncombe County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 442
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 137
Total Staff Salaries: $5,683,541

Phone:(828) 250-4550

Buncombe County Sheriff's Office

Welcome to the official Facebook site of the Buncombe County Sheriffs Office. Through the use of this site we hope to enhance the information exchange between the sheriffs office and the citizens we serve. In keeping with Sheriff Van Duncan's continued commitment to transparency in government it is our goal to build community partnerships and create community support through an open and direct exchange of information.
Buncombe County Sheriff's Office
Buncombe County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, June 27th, 2017 at 12:15am
Vacation Safety Tips

The Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office reminds everyone to practice these simple, but effective crime prevention measures to ensure their safety and security while on vacation.

Lock your room and remember not to give out your room number or invite strangers into your hotel room.

Be friendly but be vigilant. Watch for and report any suspicious behavior.

Plan your route – stay within well-traveled routes and walk in groups. There’s safety in numbers.

Keep your belongings secure - Purses should be securely closed, backpacks are zipped, and wallets are kept in your front pocket. When dining in restaurants do not hang your purse or backpack on the back of your chair.

For more information on how to avoid summertime crime, contact the National Crime Prevention Council at www.ncpc.org.
Buncombe County Sheriff's Office
Buncombe County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, June 21st, 2017 at 12:30am
Summer Home Safety Tips

According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, “The most common pattern for household property crimes was that victimization occurred at higher rates during the summer than during other seasons.” You can avoid becoming a victim of property crime by staying alert and putting a few basic prevention measures in place at your home.

Be aware of what’s happening in the neighborhood. Receive and share information via neighborhood watch involvement or internet application usage about suspicious activity in your neighborhood, and receive alerts when you are away.

Lock your doors, including the garage door. Unlocked doors are open invitations to intruders.

Ask a trusted family member, friend, or neighbor to keep a watchful eye on your home or have your mail held at the local post office until your return.

Put lights on timers to give the impression that someone is home.

Don’t post on social media that you are leaving town, and wait post photos after you return from your trip.

For more information about how to keep your home safe, contact the Buncombe County Sheriff's Office Crime Prevention Division at (828) 250-4427
Buncombe County Sheriff's Office
Buncombe County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, June 20th, 2017 at 2:43am
Short Stacks for Big Change Breakfast to Benefit the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 911, Saturday, July 22nd at Fatz Café from 8-10:00 am

Join the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office at Fatz Café located at 5 Spartan Avenue in Asheville from on July 22, 2017 from 8:00-10:00 am for Short Stacks for Big Change, and help support the Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 911. The breakfast includes pancakes, sausage links, maple syrup, butter, mixed fruit, coffee, tea, milk or juice. Adult tickets are $7.00, and children under six eat free, limit one child per paying adult. To purchase tickets in advance, please contact Deputy Nick Baxevanis at Nicholas.Baxevanis@buncombecounty.org .

The Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 911 provides hands-on, interactive career and character-building activities for youth in our community. For more information regarding the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 911, contact Lt. Kevin Calhoun at (828) 250-4440.
Buncombe County Sheriff's Office
Buncombe County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, June 18th, 2017 at 11:30pm
Happy Father's Day from all of us at the Buncombe County Sheriff's Office.
Buncombe County Sheriff's Office
Buncombe County Sheriff's Office shared News Radio 570 WWNC's post.Saturday, June 17th, 2017 at 8:55am
Sheriff Duncan Speaks to Mark Starling About Enforcement Issues and the Need for Increased Funding

This morning Sheriff Duncan spoke with Mark Starling of News Radio 570 WWNC about enforcement issues the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office is dealing with on a daily basis, including the issue of opioid addiction, and Sheriff Duncan’s request to Buncombe County Commissioners for an increase in funding to hire additional enforcement personnel.
Buncombe County Sheriff's Office
Buncombe County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, June 16th, 2017 at 6:36am
New Cycle Smart/Bicycle Court Diversion Program

The Buncombe County District Attorney’s Office, Asheville on Bikes, and Buncombe Bike Ed jointly announce a new Bicycle Ticket Diversion Program (or Cycle Smart) aimed at reducing and eliminating court costs, driver license points and fines for bike riders charged with minor traffic violations in Buncombe County.

This is the first Bicycle Diversion Program offered in the state of North Carolina.

Cycle Smart is a program offered by Asheville on Bikes, and Buncombe Bike Ed in partnership with the District Attorney’s Office, which allows people ticketed with a vehicle violation while bicycling to attend and complete a safe-riding class and have the fine associated with their ticket dismissed upon completion of Cycle Smart.

“Bicycle riding is a critical to our transportation and recreation options and contributes a lot to the affordability, and livability of our community. Cycling can also reduce congestion on city streets. As our community grows and more people ride bicycles in Buncombe County, the DA’s Office is committed to ensuring the safety of all on our roads. When riders are ticketed for a minor moving violations, I want them to have the option to enroll in Cycle Smart. Better, safer, law-abiding riders make for safer roads for both cyclists and motorists benefiting us all,” Buncombe County District Attorney Todd Williams said.

While a bicycle is perhaps the most efficient and economical form of transportation, many riders have trouble paying court costs and fines and are often surprised that driver's license points accrue against their licenses when they are cited with a minor traffic violation on a bike.

“Bike education classes are a great way to encourage new riders and improve the skills of seasoned ones. It’s fair to say that the riders who need bike safety the most are the least likely to sign up on their own. Partnering with the DA’s office enables bicyclists who are ticketed to participate in Cycle Smart which educates riders on the habits of safe cycling. The long range goal are safe streets and cycling that is safe for both cyclists and motorists. We’re excited by this partnership,” states, Mike Sule, Asheville on Bikes’ executive director.

Cycle Smart classes are led by League of American Bicyclists certified instructors. The classes are three hours and incorporate classroom instructions, bicycle skill development, and on road instructions. Classes are open to the public and are held the second Saturday of every month from April - October except July at Senior Opportunity Center at 35 Grove Street at 10 am. Enrollment is $25. To enroll or find out more information, please send an email to buncombebikeed@gmail.com.

For further information please contact Michael Sule, Executive Director of Asheville on Bikes at 828/582-4705.
Buncombe County Sheriff's Office
Buncombe County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, June 15th, 2017 at 2:19am
A Message From Sheriff Van Duncan Regarding A Recent Asheville Citizen-Times Article on Body Cameras Usage By Deputies Working Secondary Employment

The Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office requires deputies who are issued body cams to wear them when they are working secondary employment. The Citizen-Times should know this because I did an hour long interview and discussion about body cams and the N.C. Statute that directs their use with John Boyle several months ago and it never made print. It probably did not support the story you wanted to write. So, when you called yesterday about body cams again, it did not go high on the priority list to respond immediately. The title of your article demonstrates the story you wanted to write. The headline should have read" local agencies ahead of the trend and wear their body cams off duty." I think that would be more accurate since the two largest agencies in the county both require their officers to wear body cams while working secondary.