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About Robin Sandoval

Robin Sandoval is a California Licensed Bail Bondsman and owner of SCV Bail Bonds. Robin writes blogs and articles to help increase community awareness of the bail industry. If you have questions or want to suggest a topic, email robin@scvbailbonds.com, visit www.scvbailbonds.com or call 661-299-2245.

Santa Clarita Sheriff Station Report – IRS Phone Scam

Deputies recently posted an alert on the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station Facebook page about IRS scams. The post reads: "Throughout the years, many taxpayers have encountered individuals impersonating IRS (Internal Revenue Service) officials, whether it be in person, over the telephone or via email. Don’t fall victim to this scam. The #LASD, and the IRS, want [...]

SCV Sheriff Station Report – Human Trafficking Ring Busted

The Santa Clarita Sheriff Station recently posted on their Facebook page that a total of 11 men were arrested during a human trafficking sting in Castaic and Stevenson Ranch. The post reads: "A total of eleven men were arrested in Stevenson Ranch and Castaic during a human trafficking operation that was conducted on Tuesday by [...]

Keep Criminals Off the Streets – No on SB10 for California

The State Legislature is meeting very soon to vote on the passage of SB10 - California's Bail Reform Law. Backers of the bill would have you believe that the only reason people remain in jail is because they're too poor to afford bail. If passed, their proposed reform would eliminate  bail entirely and instead replace [...]

Santa Clarita Sheriff Station Report – SCV Speeding Crackdown

The Santa Clarita Valley has had some issues with conduct on its roads the past few years. From a spate of hit-and-runs to pedestrians, eyes glued to their phones, wandering into traffic, the deputies at the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station have done what they can to change the public's behavior. According to their Facebook page, [...]

Son of Farrah Fawcett Charged with Attempted Murder

The son of actor Ryan O'Neal and the late Farrah Fawcett was recently charged with attempted murder. According to police, the suspect, R. O'Neal, is believed to have committed a spree of crimes in the Palms and Venice Beach areas that included punching several men, stabbing one, and the robbery of a 7-11 store. O'Neal has [...]

Santa Clarita Bail Bonds Pitchess Detention Center

Depending on where someone has been arrested and taken into custody, they can sometimes be held at the Pitchess Detention Center. The jail holds both pre and post-trial inmates, and SCV Bail Bonds is capable of posting bail for defendants awaiting their court date any time of day or night. To bail someone out of [...]

Memorial Day Santa Clarita 2018

This Memorial Day weekend is a time to remember and be thankful toward those who paid the ultimate price serving our country. It's a weekend most Americans choose to celebrate by holding or attending barbecues, house parties, and community events. In Santa Clarita, Eternal Valley cemetery will be holding an event beginning Monday May 28, [...]

Canoga Park Package Thieves Nabbed

The Christmas season may be long over, but package theft is alive and well. Recently, a witness in Canoga Park tipped off police when they spotted what they thought to be suspicious behavior near a gas station. According to the witness, they spotted several men shifting packages from an Amazon delivery truck into a van [...]

DUI for Castaic Man Steering with His Feet

A 21-year-old Castaic man was arrested Friday, April 13th, and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol with great bodily harm. The charges stem from a collision that occurred at 10:30 pm on February 12 on Bouquet Canyon Rd. when the vehicle the suspect was driving crossed a double-yellow line and was subsequently broadsided [...]

Alleged Criminal Threats Reported at Golden Valley High School

According to law enforcement reports, a student at Golden Valley High School made a threat against the life of another student. The threat was made via direct message on Instagram, and consisted of one student telling another that he would bring an AK-47 to the school and kill him. The message also included allusions to [...]