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Anzaldua Bail Bonds

home 12409 Bail Bond Dr, Edinburg, TX 78542, USA
phone (956) 383-4116

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5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

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Jorge Ramirez
Jorge Ramirez

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 years ago

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5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 years ago

It isn't often that you want to call on another bail company, but when the parents of someone arrested in Weslaco Texas want fast action, you have to call Anzaldua Bail Bonds. My friends had a son who was in jail in Hidalgo County Detention and Rene and the guys really pulled through and got me the information I needed, fast. Thanks a bunch to your whole staff!


HIDALGO COUNTY Jail (Detention Center)


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 1040
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 421
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(956) 381-7900

Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office

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Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office
Hidalgo County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, March 31st, 2017 at 9:00am

Sheriff's Investigators need your help to identify the two persons seen in the video below. The two individuals are persons of interest in an auto theft investigation. The stolen vehicle, described as a gray 1992 Honda Accord displaying Texas license plates BBF-1148, was taken from rural Alamo on January 25, 2017.

If you have information regarding the identity of these persons of interest, please contact the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office at 956-383-8114. If you wish to remain anonymous, please call the Hidalgo County Crime Stoppers hotline at 956-668-TIPS (8477).
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Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office added 5 new photos.Thursday, March 30th, 2017 at 11:30am
Yesterday the American Red Cross - South Texas Chapter held its first annual 'Heroes Centennial Luncheon' at the Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance.

The luncheon was organized to honor local first responder heroes from three law enforcement agencies:
The Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office, The Department of Public Safety, and U.S. Border Patrol.

The three recipients from the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office for the “First Responder Hero Award” are:

Detention Officer Tony Garcia

Detention Officer Garcia has been employed with the Sheriff’s Office for the last 19 ½ years. Throughout his tenure with the Sheriff’s Office, DO Garcia has been assigned to work in different areas of the Adult Detention Center, always showing distinguished service and excelling in his duties to help make it a safe facility. DO Garcia has been a proud member of the facility's SERT (Special Emergency Response Team) for the last 17 years, and has shown great leadership to his fellow team members. He is also a proud Navy Veteran that served for 17 years.

Deputy Yesenia Trevino

On Thursday June 24, 2016, Deputy Yesenia Trevino was at the Edinburg Children's Hospital handling a call for service. While at the hospital Deputy Trevino was waved down by a citizen in reference to a pregnant female going into labor at the parking lot. Deputy Trevino approached the pregnant female who was being help up on her feet by a male that accompanied her. They were trying to make their way into the ER. The female told Deputy Trevino that she was going into labor and removed her sweat pants, revealing that the baby was already coming out of the birth canal. The baby then exited the birth canal, and Deputy Trevino and a nurse were able to catch the baby, preventing it from landing on the concrete. Deputy Trevino without hesitation acted and prevented potential serious injury for the newborn baby.

Sergeant Fernando Tanguma

On Tuesday June 21, 2016 at about 5:36 p.m., Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched to a barber shop located at 24002 Toucan St in Edinburg in reference to an aggravated robbery at the business. One of the suspects was reportedly armed with a shotgun and after committing the robbery they fled in a maroon Nissan Armada SUV. Sgt. Tanguma arrived in the area searching for the suspect vehicle and observed a maroon Nissan Armada driving on the roadway. Sgt. Tanguma conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and detained the two occupants who later confessed to the robbery.

On Behalf of Sheriff J.E. “Eddie” Guerra and all employees of the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office, we would like to congratulate them on a job well done, and for receiving the prestigious recognition from the American Red Cross.

#AmericanRedCross #FirstResponderHeroAwards #MyHCSO
Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office
Hidalgo County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 30th, 2017 at 9:40am

Public service distinction and excellence in any law enforcement agency is achieved through care for the citizens we serve, transparency, and continuous accountability for all law enforcement employees. We hold true to our belief that our greatest partner is the community we serve.

Today, the Weslaco Police Department arrested one of our Deputies, Jayson A. Rivera for allegations of Injury to a Child. The incident is not connected to the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office. Our office has also placed Rivera on administrative leave pending further investigation.

In the continued effort to maintain accountability and public service distinction, we will investigate any and all allegations of employee malfeasance. Public safety is our priority, and the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office is committed to preserving the public’s confidence and trust.
Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office
Hidalgo County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 30th, 2017 at 6:00am

Good afternoon Facebook friends! WANTED WEDNESDAY is here!

This week's Wanted Wednesday person is:
Name: Miguel Angel Mendoza
Offense: Assault Family Violence (2 counts)
Age: 66
Height: 5'06"
Weight: 180 lbs
Hair: Grey
Eyes: Brown
Last known address: Edinburg, Texas

If you have information on the whereabouts of this wanted person, please contact the HCSO Criminal Investigations Division at 956-383-8114. You can also call anonymously to the Hidalgo County Crime Stoppers hotline at 956-668-TIPS (8477). If the information provided through the crime stoppers hotline leads to an arrest, you may be eligible for a cash reward.

#MyHCSO #WantedWednesday
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Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office added 7 new photos.Thursday, March 30th, 2017 at 3:44am
Good morning FB friends!

On Monday, 10 April 2017, the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office Academy will begin its 35th Basic Peace Officer Academy (BPOC). It will be a challenging seven months for the 23 Trainees selected. With hard work, dedication, and unwavering commitment, they will graduate from the academy and receive their Texas Basic Peace Officer license allowing them to serve their communities as law enforcement officers. We will continue to highlight their rigorous journey as they make their way through our HCSO Deputy Academy. Today, we would like to introduce their instructors.

Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office
Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office added 5 new photos.Tuesday, March 28th, 2017 at 10:22am

Sheriff’s Investigators have arrested four suspects in connection with the deaths of 23 year old Juan Gerardo Casares, and 49 year old Jose de Jesus Cano

On Saturday March 25, 2017 at approximately 3:54 a.m., Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office responded to a home at the 600 block of Martinez Street in Progreso, Hidalgo County, Texas, to assist the Progreso Police Department with a report of shots fired and a man down.

When the Sheriff’s Deputies arrived at the scene to assist Progreso PD, they observed a deceased male, later identified as 23 year old Juan Gerardo Casares, lying on the street in front of the residence with several apparent gunshot wounds. At the request of Progreso Police Department, Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office took over the investigation. The Major Crimes Unit, along with Crime Scene Specialists, responded to the scene to process the crime scene, gather evidence, and speak to witnesses.

Sheriff’s Investigators received information that a second deceased male, later identified as 49 year old Jose de Jesus Cano, was at Knapp Medical Center in Weslaco, with an apparent gunshot wound. A third victim, 28 year old Nelson Salazar, was also being treated at the hospital for a non-life threatening injury, resulting from a gunshot wound he received to the leg area.

Investigators learned that prior to the shooting, a white passenger car with three males, had arrived at the residence on Martinez St but then left. A few minutes later, the same vehicle returned to the residence, and a fourth male was with the original three males. The four males, later identified as Juan Gerardo Casares, Jordan Jovvany Garces, Eduardo Casares, and Fernando Casares, incited a physical fight with the persons outside the home, and then two individuals exchanged gunfire.

Juan Gerardo Casares allegedly shot Jose De Jesus Cano, causing him to die from his injuries. When 25 year old Eduardo Alejandro Cano, witnessed his father, Jose de Jesus Cano, being shot, Eduardo Cano then allegedly shot and killed Juan Gerardo Casares. Once Investigators gathered sufficient evidence, the four suspects were subsequently arrested and charged with Murder, a first degree felony.

Today, the following suspects: 22 year old Eduardo Casares, 20 year old Fernando Casares, 19 year old Jordan Jovvany Casares, and 25 year old Eduardo Alejandro Cano, were arrested and taken before a Hidalgo County Justice of the Peace where they were formally charged with Murder, a first degree felony, and each given a $500,000 cash surety bond. The suspects were then committed to the Hidalgo County Adult Detention Center.
  • jonathan mata

    hi im looking for a inmate information to send a letter to him his name is Miguel angel meza