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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. [...]

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 Valley Sheriff Station Report – 9PM Routine

The Santa Clarita Sheriff Station recently publicized their participation in a nation-wide effort to keep their valuables safe known as the 9 p.m. Routine. The post from the SCV Sheriff Station Facebook page reads: "SCV Sheriff's and the City of Santa Clarita Urge Community to Keep Valuables Safe with the #9PMRoutine In partnership with the City [...]

Man Arrested After 5-Hour Standoff

The man arrested after 5-hour standoff with police in Santa Clarita is being charged with assault with a deadly weapon. According to reports, police responded to a domestic disturbance call at the 15000 block of Poppy Meadow at 1:05 am. Witnesses state that the disturbance began with an argument. As the argument got more intense, [...]

St. Patrick’s Day Safety Tips from the LAPD

Like pretty much every holiday, the Los Angeles area has no shortage of things to do this St. Patrick's Day weekend. Whether you're looking for something family-friendly or strictly for grown ups, LA's got you covered. While there are celebrations you can bring your children to, let's face it - St. Patrick's Day is the [...]

Taxi Industry is Fighting Back in Los Angeles

There's no question that ride sharing apps like Uber and Lyft have taken a significant chunk of the taxi industry's business. With the apps offering shorter wait times, cheaper fares and cleaner cars, there's little doubt as to why. However, the taxi industry is fighting back in Los Angeles by funding several sting operations by [...]

Attempted Kidnapping in Santa Clarita

On Wednesday, September 7th, there was an attempted kidnapping in Santa Clarita. A mother and a child were standing on the sidewalk on Via Canon in Newhall when a scary situation erupted. According to police, 44-year-old homeless woman Alicia Sanchez approached the mother and child on the sidewalk and began screaming at the mother. Apparently, Sanchez [...]

Palmdale Little League and the Bad News Bears

Community involvement is important to everyone, and that's why we at SCV Bail Bonds decided to sponsor the Bad News Bears of the Palmdale Little League. Children's sports organizations, whether local or national, provide a fun and engaging environment where kids can interact with their peers, learn to work as a team, foster leadership qualities [...]

LAPD Cracks Down on Misuse of Parking Placards

Recently, the LAPD has been cracking down on the misuse of parking placards. According to officers, police have confiscated over 500 illegal handicapped parking placards from motorists in the past 7-months. Some of the placards have been made of paper, while others have been obvious fakes or from out-of-state. Some of the placards police collected [...]