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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.

Mandarin Wong Newhall Burglarized

Earlier this week, the Mandarin Wong Restaurant in Newhall was burglarized. The alleged crime was discovered Tuesday morning when the manager of the restaurant arrived at work and found that their glass was broken. The incident was caught on video surveillance and shows the suspect breaking through the glass door to gain entrance. Once inside, [...]

Indecent Exposure Suspect Arrested in Canyon Country

A man was arrested in Canyon Country on Monday, July 9th, after he allegedly entered a business and exposed himself to the woman working inside. At around 3 p.m., the 25-year-old suspect, M. Salazar, walked into a business on Soledad Canyon Road and engaged the employee there in conversation. A short time after doing so, [...]

SCV Deputies Nab Thief with App

A burglary victim from Canyon Country recently saw his belongings (a toolbox) for sale while browsing an app used to buy and sell things called OfferUp. Upon seeing his belongings there, the victim called the SCV Sheriff Station and deputies quickly hatched a plan to nab the crook and recover the stolen items. Deputies, posing [...]

Canyon Country Woman Arrested on Petty Theft Charges

Several incidents of petty theft have been reported at a drug store in Canyon Country recently. Believing the thefts to be connected to one-another, deputies working out of the SCV Sheriff Station decided to set up a sting operation which ended with a Canyon Country woman arrested on petty theft charges. on June 4th, uniformed [...]

Handling the Arrest of a Family Member in Santa Clarita

If a friend or loved one has been arrested and taken into custody in Santa Clarita, it can be a scary ordeal for everyone involved. Where are they going? When will they get out? Will they be okay? The questions and anxiety can be incredibly difficult to deal with. The first thing you'll want to [...]

Assembly Bill 1210 – The Answer to “Porch Pirates?”

Mail theft has plagued Santa Clarita for a long time. It usually spikes around the holidays, when thieves know that a lot more money and gifts are  being sent through the mail, but the crime doesn't disappear when the holidays are over. It's more or less impossible for police to do anything about it until the [...]

Canyon Country Burglary Suspects on the Loose

On Friday, January 18th, an elderly couple returned to their Canyon Country home to discover two burglars in their home. As the couple notified the authorities, the suspects fled on foot. Once deputies arrived, they set up a containment area for about 5 hours. Unfortunately, the suspects were unable to be found during that time. [...]

Santa Clarita Sheriff Station Report

Deputies at the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station have had a strange week, so far. On Monday, January 7th, they released a woman who had been arrested on misdemeanor narcotic charges only to re-arrest her 10 minutes later - before she even left the station. According to a post on their Facebook page: "A Saugus woman [...]

Santa Clarita Bail Bonds – Drive Safe New Year’s Eve

There is always a spike in alcohol and drug-related DUI incidents during the holidays on Southern California roads. For years, law enforcement agencies like the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station, the CHP, and the LAPD all step-up their enforcement of driving laws in an effort to curtail the number of fatal DUI crashes that occur this [...]