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Massey's Bail Bonds

home 503 W 2600 S #200, Bountiful, UT 84010, USA
phone (385) 205-6343

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Alex HERNANDEZ
Alex HERNANDEZ

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

The reasoning for my rating is that I first off was, Mr. Massey was very respectable and informed me on anything that was happening throughout our experience. Also they helped me through the hardest situation that I have had to deal with, and made it so much better to achieve what I was expecting and more. I would highly recommend that if you are looking for a bail bonds to help, he is definitely a guy who wants to see you succeed and achieve goals to the right path.

Sincerely,

Alex Hernandez

Cortney Manning
Cortney Manning

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 years ago

Even though the circumstances were less than ideal this company was great to work with. They really helped me out and got me and my boyfriend out of a bad situation despite the circumstances. Highly recommended if you are in a bind.

DAVIS COUNTY JAIL Address

Davis County Jail
800 WEST STATE STREET
FARMINGTON, UT
84025

DAVIS COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: unknown
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 118
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(801) 451-4200

Davis County Sheriff's Office

Davis County Sheriff's Office provides law enforcement, emergency services, corrections, civil process, communications and paramedic services to the citizens of Davis County.
Davis County Sheriff's Office
Davis County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, January 19th, 2017 at 11:00am
Davis County Employee of the year is Deputy Geoff Hasty! He is the West Point Jr. High School Resource Officer and he does an amazing job. We are very proud of him and thankful to have such a dedicated and professional man serving our community. Way to go Deputy Hasty!
Davis County Sheriff's Office
Davis County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, January 19th, 2017 at 10:21am
**Use Caution Driving this Morning** Davis County is experiencing a lot of slide offs and vehicle accidents on the roads this morning. The freeways are extremely icy and causing vehicles to slide into each other, into the barriers and into the medians. Please drive with extreme caution, slow down and be careful in your morning travels. Stay safe everyone!
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Davis County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Wednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 11:55am
Congratulations to Deputy Rummel! He was awarded a Distinguished Citizen Recognition from Roy City for helping out a couple whose vehicle became stranded on the train tracks. On December 16th of last year, Deputy Rummel was on the way to the gym when he noticed a vehicle had taken a wrong turn and became high centered on the train tracks. Deputy Rummel was in his truck and pulled over to talk to them. The passengers of the vehicle called 911 in an effort to stop the possible oncoming trains and send help. It turns out a train was already charging down the tracks and was only 1/4 of a mile away! The Union Pacific train engineer didn't know if he could stop the freight train in time. Deputy Rummel promptly got out his tow strap and pulled them to safety. When we asked him if he was nervous about a train coming he said: "No, I grew up around trains so I was used to them in my neighborhood." Deputy Rummel was in his gym clothes at the time and the city didn't know he was a Davis County Sheriff until they contacted him on the phone to pick up a "piece of paper." It wasn't until last night that he knew he was being honored by Roy City for service above the call of duty and for his tremendous example of leadership and concern. Deputy Rummel works in our jail and is always going above and beyond to ensure all of our citizens, free as well as incarcerated, are safe. We are so proud of him and the great example of selflessness and willingness to help others in distress.
Davis County Sheriff's Office
Davis County Sheriff's Office shared Utah Department of Corrections's post.Saturday, January 14th, 2017 at 12:04pm
Great job UDC!
Davis County Sheriff's Office
Davis County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, January 12th, 2017 at 11:40am
It's time for the 16th Annual #GunsnHoses Hockey Classic! Come watch a hockey game where Firefighters and Cops take to the ice to find out who is the better team! This is a great opportunity to help raise money for The Utah 1033 Foundation and the Mascot Miracles Foundation. Contact #DCSO Deputy Lund for tickets. Information is listed on the flyer. Three games for one low price! Join us for a family fun night in support of a great cause! #GoGuns #UtahGrizzlies #CopsonIce #SupportLEO #BlueLineFamily
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Davis County Sheriff's Office shared Utah Department of Public Safety's video.Wednesday, January 11th, 2017 at 5:14pm
It's so wonderful to live on a state that supports local law enforcement. Thank you Governor Herbert and Lt. Governor Cox.
Davis County Sheriff's Office
Utah Department of Public Safety
Thank you to Governor Gary Herbert and Lt. Governor Spencer J. Cox for declaring January as Law Enforcement Appreciation Month in Utah. Utahns are encouraged to show local law enforcement that they are appreciated. There are multiple ways to show your support, whether it is asking children in your community to write letters to officers in their area or wearing blue clothing to show your support- every gesture is valued. Most importantly, if you see an officer, thank him or her for their selfless work.