Everyone can probably agree that “fun” has distinctly different definitions for each individual. Balboa Island and peninsula serves up fun in all forms, vintage arcade games and carnival-style attractions, and regular doses of good beach-type activities. When an individual’s fun leaks out and invades the space of others it becomes irritating, relentless and perhaps hazardous. When in the business of providing bail bonds, it’s duly noted that many arrests are the result of fun gone wrong or, of course, mistaken identity. Mr. Nice Guy and his licensed and reliable Bail Bond agents offer non-judgmental help to anyone who lands in trouble in the Balboa area because that’s their job. Just like it was the Newport Beach Police officer’s job to make the arrest. Care about someone in this situation right now? Make a call to Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds toll-free at: 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 and get connected. Mr. Nice Guy agents can also accept immediate calls, text or email messages at 1-949-445-3420.
How does bail bonds work in Balboa Island?
Balboa Island is a very old resort community accessible by ferry (since 1919) off of the Balboa Peninsula at the south end of Newport Beach. For many years the Balboa peninsula marked the end of the coastal tour from Los Angeles. It was the southern turn-around for the fabled “Red Car Line” belonging to the Pacific Electric Railway Company running from Los Angeles (for the most current media briefing on the Red Car Line, see the 1988 movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit.) Balboa Island was a resort built for summer vacationers in the early 1900s and the cottages of old still stand in various states of renovation today as functional homes or vacation rentals. That was the summer getaway for the Los Angeles wealthy and others to take advantage of the route and transportation. Later in the 1920’s, the owners of the Red Car Line sold off their right-of-way lands, which included the now manmade base for Lido Isle and it’s exclusive marina-park like setting.
To this day, the Balboa area is where tourists flock to enjoy outdoor activities in the world famous Newport Harbor and Beach that’s a hub for surfing, boating, rustic dining and entertainment, fishing, and other casual activities. Balboa Island is still accessible by inexpensive ferry from the peninsula and it shuttles vehicles, bicycles and foot travelers into the quaint colony. The island’s main thoroughfare boasts business establishments that offer every service that a 21st Century visitor might expect: restaurants, shops, bars, novelty boutiques, and a spiritualist or two. The communities are under the jurisdiction of the Newport Beach Police Department who keep an already relaxed environment safe for tourists and residents alike.
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Mr. Nice Guy claims the good news is “we can be there and get you out quickly,” the bad news is that you are going to the Newport Police Department jail (regardless) and you might be going further up the Orange County line if you have anything else in your history. Contact Mr. Nice Guy at 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245, or 1-949-445-3420 and get a jump on the information with Free Orange County Warrant Checks.
What is bail in Balboa?
Persons arrested in the Balboa area are incarcerated at the Newport Beach Police Department’s Jail. The bail amount will vary depending on the charges of the arrest, but the Newport Beach Police Department imposes a minimum booking fee of $355 added to court fees upon conviction. Bail simply allows you to return to normal life (like your day job) as soon as possible and not compound the expense of “fun.”
How to bail out of jail in Balboa?
Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bond agents have processed bonds for arrests all over Orange County on various charges from misdemeanors to felonies. Call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds toll-free at: 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 to be connected to a licensed Bail Bonds Agent. We can accept immediate calls, text or email messages at 1-949-445-3420. All of your correspondences with Mr. Nice Guy are held in strictest confidence.
The get to the Newport Beach Police Department and Jail you need to find your easiest route to Jamboree Road in Newport Beach. This may be off the San Diego freeway (405), the Newport Freeway (55) or Pacific Coast Highway. The building is at the southeast corner of Jamboree Road and Santa Barbara Drive. The address is 870 Santa Barbara Drive, Newport Beach, CA 92660.
You can reach the Newport Beach Police Department (949)-644-3781 for general information and the Newport Beach Jail (949)-644-3672 is open 24 hours a day.
Service transactions regarding bail are subject to the following rules:
- No checks accepted at all for bail amounts larger than $7,500.00
- No business checks, post-dated checks, third party checks are accepted
- No out-of-state checks accepted
- No bail accepted if arrested on a warrant issued outside of Orange County
Caution: If an individual has multiple Orange County warrants, there must be a separate check or acceptable payment for each warrant.
Per the NBPD an acceptable payment must be made by any ONE of the following forms:
- Cash in US Dollars
- Personal Check on a Local Bank with proper ID
- Money Order for exact amount
- Cashier’s Check for exact amount
- Travelers Checks
- A BAIL BOND! Like one issued by a Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bondsman!
Call Mr Nice Guy Bail Bonds toll-free: 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 ANYTIME day or night. Get immediate assistance with selecting and completing paperwork on our forms page. Licensed agents are prepared to answer questions you may have about our fees, the bond amount, payments, collateral, and the bail process and it will all remain confidential.
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No one knows what freedom really is until it is completely taken away. Mr. Nice Guy agents are committed to getting you out and back on your way to normal. Next time you get the itch for fun, maybe dust off the old game console or rent a movie, it’ll be cheaper.