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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.

Two Arrested in Santa Clarita Attempted Murder Investigation

Detectives with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station’s special COBRA unit are conducting an investigation into an alleged attempted murder. According to reports, the incident began after a fight broke out at a 7-11 convenience store in Canyon Country when the victim engaged the two suspects, a male and a female, in an argument. During [...]

Valencia Suspect Charged with Additional Bank Robberies

On January 6th, the Chase bank branch located on the 24000 block of Valencia Blvd. was robbed. Two days later, on January 8th, the suspect was arrested. Upon further investigation, the suspect, F. C. Rowe, 49, of San Bernardino, was charged with additional robberies of Chase banks that recently occurred. The suspect was out on [...]

Three Arrested on Existing Warrants and Narcotics Charges

On Tuesday, January 7th, at around 12 am, deputies patrolling The Old Road noticed a suspicious man approaching patrons at a nearby gas station. Upon investigating, the deputies discovered that the suspicious man (and the driver of the vehicle) had a warrant out for his arrest, as did one of the two passengers in the [...]

Suspicious Person Detained in Saugus

In the early morning hours of Thursday, January 2nd, SCV Sheriff Station deputies received a report about a suspicious person on the roof of Saugus High School. When deputies arrived, they found that the person had gotten off the roof, was located near the tennis courts, and maybe under the influence of some substance. Deputies [...]

Woman Arrested Under Suspicion of Selling Narcotics

Recently, a woman was arrested in Santa Clarita after deputies noticed narcotics and a scale in her car. According to reports, deputies came upon two people sitting in a vehicle at the Park and Ride in Santa Clarita. It was late at night, so the deputies wanted to make sure everything was okay with the [...]

SCV Sheriff Station Report -Lock Up

Recently, SCV deputies were called to the scene of a traffic accident that reportedly involved a stolen vehicle. According to their Facebook page: "Lock up & don’t leave cars idling to prevent ‘crimes of opportunity.’ On Thursday night, the owner of a Corvette left it unattended while idling, and an unknown suspect grabbed the opportunity [...]

Teenage DUI Suspect Arrested

This weekend saw a teenage DUI suspect arrested after a traffic stop. According to reports, an officer spotted the vehicle near Avenue R-4 in Palmdale. After running a check on the license plate which indicated that the vehicle was stolen, the officer conducted a traffic stop. The driver failed to stop and instead led police [...]

DUI Can Lead to Murder Charges

As we approach the holidays, it's important to remember that celebrations can quickly lead to tragedy when alcohol is involved. Recently, two teenage brothers were killed in a traffic collision when the driver of their vehicle hit two parked cars while driving under the influence. Their vehicle flipped upon contacting the parked cars and the [...]

What is a Bench Warrant?

Recently, a bench warrant was issued for a defendant who failed to appear in court to face allegations he shot and killed his dog. The defendant, C. R. Nard, 57, was supposed to have appeared in San Fernando Superior Court on Wednesday, October 30th, but failed to do so. The charges Nard is facing include [...]

Two Women Arrested for Theft at Magic Mountain

Recently, two women were arrested on suspicion of theft at Magic Mountain after allegedly stealing from other visitors. According to reports, deputies were called to the park by employees after they observed the alleged thefts occur. The employees observed the two suspects, both 19-year-old females, taking iPhones, wallets, and purses left near a rollercoaster. When [...]