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Kern County bail bonds offer affordable bail bonds 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Bandito Bail Bonds agents are on call 24/7 and will always come to your aid in Kern County or any city in the county. We’re the #1 bail bonds company near you who believes that all people are innocent until proven guilty.
We’ve put together the following information to help the family member looking for their friend who may be in jail in Kern County. We know that when a loved one is arrested it’s a traumatic experience, compounded by not knowing where the person will be transferred to, what their bail is or how to get them out.
Bandito Bail Bonds is here to help you maneuver through the legal process and expedite the release of your friend or loved one form any Kern County detention facility or local police department.
What You Need to Know About Kern County Bail Bonds
In the Kern detention center, when the defendant has been processed, they’re then given the opportunity to contact a bail bondsmen. When you contact one of our bondsmen near you, we’ll need your information, the defendant info and the bond amount. We provide all of the necessary bail bonds paperwork to speed up the bail process and get you out of jail faster than you expect.
Emergency Kern County Bail Bonds:
If you’re in need of bail bonds fast, please use the emergency bail bonds contact form below or call a Bandito Bail bondsman now at (855) 951-2245.
Central Receiving Facility
1415 Truxtun Ave
Bakersfield, CA 93301
Tel: (661) 868-6850
1771 State Highway 58
Mojave, CA 93501
Tel: (661) 824-7147 | (661) 391-2064
128 E. Coso Ave.
Ridgecrest, CA. 93555
Tel: (760) 384-5800
Lerdo Minimum Security Facility
17635 Industrial Farm Road
Bakersfield, CA 93308
Tel: (661) 391-7802 | (661) 391-7800
Lerdo Maximum|Medium Security Facility
17645 Industrial Farm Road
Bakersfield, CA 93308
Tel: (661) 391-2064 | (661) 391-7856
There are a number of locations for all local police departments in Kern County. We’re listing the main addresses for the departments plus the Sheriff department detention facilities. When talking with the person arrested (defendant), please ask which police department they have been taken to. Also keep in mind that if the person who was arrested has not been bailed out within 72 hours of arrest in some cities, they may be taken to the closest Kern County Central Detention facility.
Arrested in California? When someone you know has been arrested, it may take time to get them through the booking process; so please be patient. Processing includes mug shots, fingerprints, warrant checks of inmates and the time to do so can vary depending on the day of the week and time of day. Being arrested on a Tuesday afternoon is a lot different than being arrested on a Friday night. We advise you to be patient, calm, and talk to no one about your alleged crime – except your attorney.