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Morris County Bail Bond News
The Augusta ChronicleWaynesboro man charged as unauthorized bail bondsman in Columbia CountyThe Augusta ChronicleAn Augusta real estate agent arrested for working as an unauthorized bail bondsman in Columbia County is now also facing charges in Richmond County after drugs were found upon his arrest. According to Columbia County sheriff's Maj. Steve Morris, an ...
Police Report: April 27, 2017The Livingston County NewsKyle Whitehouse, age 27 from Mt. Morris, was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation in the third degree, speeding and unlicensed operation on Mt. Morris Rd. Whitehouse is scheduled to appear in Geneseo Village Court on May 23. Nikolay Zamkovoy ...
FOX10 NewsJudge delays bond decision in Kelei Morris murder caseFOX10 NewsMobile County Circuit Court Judge Jay York hasn't decided if suspect Steven Mason should be granted bond in the murder death of 24-year-old Kelei Morris. Morris was shot and killed in 2015 and after two years of unanswered questions, the Mobile Police ...and more »
Police Report: April 20, 2017The Livingston County NewsFollowing arraignment in Mt. Morris Town Court, Cavalcante-Bezerra was remanded to the custody of the Sheriff on $500 cash bail/$1,000 property bond and will return to Mt. Morris Town Court in response to charges on a later date. Joseph L. Guiles, 49 ...
3 charged with drug possession after Avon traffic stopThe Livingston County NewsAVON – Three Mount Morris residents are facing drug possession charges following an April 17 traffic stop on Lakeville Road in which heroin, cocaine and nearly three dozen unused hypodermic needles were found, reports the Livingston County Sheriff's ...
Murder bond for white man set at $400000 less than his Hispanic co-defendant facing lesser charge - Tulsa World
Tulsa WorldMurder bond for white man set at $400000 less than his Hispanic co-defendant facing lesser chargeTulsa WorldA Tulsa County judge's decision to grant a Glenpool teenager the opportunity to be released on $175,000 bond in a murder case has raised questions from both prosecutors and police, who pointed out that the bond amount is less than that of a co ...and more »
Daily RecordMan says he stabbed Mom's beau in Kinnelon to protect her lifeDaily RecordIn sharp contrast to an opening trial argument by the lawyer for Francis S. Thomas, now 28, Morris County Assistant Prosecutor Tia Manochio said that Thomas interfered on May 23, 2014 in an argument - occurring behind closed doors in the master bedroom ...
New Jersey HeraldFormer Newton officer to be released on bailNew Jersey HeraldMiller was slated for release Tuesday evening after his family worked with a bail bond company to put up the $150,000 to secure his release. As of approximately 7 p.m., however, Miller was still incarcerated in the Morris County jail under Sussex ...and more »
NJ.comEx-cop facing Burger King bathroom sex assault charge may be getting out of jailNJ.comThe Sussex County prosecutor's office is contesting the possible release, on $150,000 bail, of Jason R. Miller. Miller, 40, of Hampton, has been held in the Morris County jail since shortly after his Dec. 15 arrest. He has pleaded not guilty. His ...
York DispatchEx-bail bondsman released from prisonYork DispatchA former York-based bail bondsman who assaulted a Lancaster County woman and stole her dog has been released from prison after a monthlong stay. Michael Hansen Sr. ... Morris did not return a phone message seeking comment. Caught in the act: ...and more »