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Bail News

DWI suspect released prior to deadly crash KRQE News 13
She didn’t need to bond out or have an interlock device installed. “Simply a release on one’s own recognizance is just a free ticket to get out of jail is what it is,” said Gerald A. Madrid, Bail Bondsman and owner of Gerald Madrid Bail Bond Co ...
Alleged cookie thief can't make $5 bond azcentral.com
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — An Albuquerque man charged with stealing cookies can't get out jail. That because a bail bond agent says the $5 bond is too high for him. KOAT-TV reports (http://goo.gl/qtgosz) that Lucky Crowder is sitting in an Albuquerque jail at ...
Accused cookie bandit can’t make $5 bail New York Post
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — An Albuquerque man charged with stealing cookies can’t get out of jail. That’s because a bail bond agent says the $5 bond is too high for him. KOAT-TV reports that Lucky Crowder is sitting in an Albuquerque jail at around $80 a ...
Alleged Cookie Thief Lucky Crowder Can't Make $5 Bond The Huffington Post
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — An Albuquerque man charged with stealing cookies can't get out jail. That because a bail bond agent says the $5 bond is too high for him. KOAT-TV reports (http://goo.gl/qtgosz) that Lucky Crowder is sitting in an Albuquerque jail at ...
Bondsman: Alleged Albuquerque cookie thief can't make $5 bond Las Cruces Sun-News
ALBUQUERQUE — An Albuquerque man charged with stealing cookies can't get out jail. That because a bail bond agent says the $5 bond is too high for him. KOAT-TV reports that Lucky Crowder is sitting in an Albuquerque jail at around $80 a day since no one ...
Bail set at $5M each for suspects in murders of 2 homeless men ABQJournal
But a homeless man named Emerson Roanhorse, 62, waiting at a bus stop Monday near the vacant lot in northwest Albuquerque where the beating occurred ... according to court documents. Bail was set at $5 million for each of them. Tafoya told police Saturday ...
Bondsman: Alleged cookie thief can't make $5 bond Observer-Dispatch
An Albuquerque man charged with stealing cookies can't get out jail. That because a bail bond agent says the $5 bond is too high for him. KOAT-TV reports that Lucky Crowder is sitting in an Albuquerque jail at around $80 a day since no one will pay his $5 ...
Bondsman: Alleged cookie thief can't make $5 bond Worcester Telegram Gazette
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - An Albuquerque man charged with stealing cookies can't get out jail. That because a bail bond agent says the $5 bond is too high for him. KOAT-TV reports (http://goo.gl/qtgosz) that Lucky Crowder is sitting in an Albuquerque jail ...
Mayor: More immigrant families freed than deported Townhall.com
They said bail was being set impossibly high ... said judges listening to cases closed-circuit from Colorado are imposing much lower bonds for immigrants who are granted release. Previously, Virginia-based judges were imposing bonds as high as $30,000.