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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, visit or call 661-299-2245.

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 [...]

Santa Clarita Deputies Arrest Suspected Felons and Find Starving Dogs

On November 30th, deputies posted on the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station Facebook page that, while serving a search warrant in Neenach, deputies discovered a dozen small dogs in terrible condition. The post reads: "On Thursday, November 29, Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s COBRA detectives traveled to the Neenach area to serve a search warrant. The investigation, [...]

Suspected Vandal Arrested in Newhall

On Friday, November 16, Santa Clarita Sheriff Station deputies arrested a man suspected of committing vandalism over the Veteran's Day weekend. The man is suspected of having thrown bricks through the windows of a local business on Lyons Ave. in Newhall. The suspect is a 45-year-old male transient whom local deputies had been searching for. [...]

Santa Clarita Sheriff Station Report – Trespassers Arrested

Deputies made an interesting arrest this Tuesday. According to the Santa Clarita Sheriff Station Facebook page: "‘Time to get up.’ Deputies wake up sleeping suspects in vacant apartment. On Monday morning, deputies responded to an apartment on Sierra Highway, Canyon Country regarding a trespassing call. They found two adults asleep on a bedroom floor, next [...]

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, [...]