Recently, a suspect was arrested on suspicion of several felonies, including possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and vandalism.

According to reports, SCV deputies received a call from the Canyon Country Community Center about someone vandalizing one of their walls with spray paint. When the deputies arrived, they saw two separate vandalized areas and apprehended the suspect shortly after that.

What Is Vandalism?

Vandalism is covered under California Penal Code 594 PC and is described as maliciously damaging, destroying, or defacing another person’s property. The crime is considered a misdemeanor in situations where the value of the damage is less than $400. When the value of the damage is $400 or more, the crime becomes a wobbler that can be charged as either a misdemeanor or a felony.

Vandalism frequently occurs in the form of spray paint or other marks. However, it can be charged in some surprising situations. For example, suppose a husband and wife get into an argument and the wife breaks a lamp that they owned together. Since the lamp was both her and her husband’s property, she could be charged with vandalism for breaking it.

How Do You Get a Bail Bond for Vandalism Charges?

Bail for felony vandalism charges is $5,000 pursuant to the Los Angeles County Bail Schedule. When you bail someone out with SCV Bail Bonds, you pay only a small fraction of the total bail amount.

To bail someone out of jail, start by calling us and providing some general identifying information about the person you want to bail out of jail. SCV Bail Bonds will then use the information you provide to locate them within the jail system and verify their eligibility for bail.

After that, we have you fill out the short, simple bail bond application forms. Once everything is signed, we will send an agent to the jail to post the bond. Your friend or loved one will be released a short time later.

How Long Does It Take to Get an SCV Bail Bond?

The entire bail bond process can be completed in a few hours, provided all of the necessary information is available. You can call us and begin the bail bond process any time of day or night, including weekends and holidays. Our goal is to help you get your friend or loved one out of jail as soon as possible.

If you’d like to know more about how to bail someone out of jail in the SCV, click here.

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.
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