The city of Brea (meaning “oil” in Spanish) was in fact one of the first major producers of “black gold” in California, let alone Orange County. Near the end of the 19th century the area was under ownership of Union Oil Company of California. We have them to thank for all of the Styrofoam™ orange balls with ” 76” printed on them, the gas stations bearing their emblem, and the billboard advertisements and the JUMBOTRON ™ in the Los Angeles Dodger’s Stadium. One of the modern UNOCAL’s first footholds was in the Brea-Olinda Oil Field. Lots of those memorabilia items and other modern solid wastes are buried in the Orange County landfill which is within Brea’s city limits but considered “unincorporated.”
Brea as a city enjoys the southern California climate regularity of Orange County. It’s nearly perfect all year round for growing everything, going out, and working out without relentless extremes. The four seasons of California are really the only natural disruptions to the rhythm of any city: Fire, Wind, Flood and Earthquake. These “seasons” really mess up an environment that might otherwise be considered “perfect.” Mr. Nice Guy knows there are more potential disasters than those little satellite images and Cal Tech readings in Orange County, and not just in Brea. Mr. Nice Guy and their staff of licensed bail bond agents want you to know they can respond to your bail needs in Brea or anywhere in Orange County should you or a member of your family find themselves in a personal disaster.
Who to call about Brea Bail Bonds?
Call Mr. Nice Guy toll free at 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 for a private discussion about your situation. Mr. Nice Guy has a history of making things right.
How do I post bail in Brea?
If you or a loved one is in trouble in Brea, there are a couple of places where they could be – the Brea Police Department’s temporary holding facility that seats 6, or the OCSD Main Jail in Santa Ana with a capacity over 1300*. Mr. Nice Guy agents will know how to find them and can quickly determine bail by the charges they face.
The Brea Police Department has served the community since 1921 and if you are a proven Brea resident they might just cite and release or cite and get you home, saving their premiere quarters for the unlucky or those less likely to find home if they are woken up. If you have a warrant, that presents a sticky situation and you are probably going to be delivered to the Orange County Main Jail in Santa Ana. If you want some proof or assurance of your status or someone else’s status look it up here Free Orange County Warrant Checks. Call 1-844-400-BAIL (2245) or the alternate number 1-949-445-3420 to get a Mr. Nice Guy agent and a private consultation about handling warrants or warrants from elsewhere.
What is bail in Brea and where is it?
Brea was incorporated officially in 1917, while it formed originally from villages surrounding the oil fields and then scaled back to citrus farms and ultimately housing developments. Despite the intermittent problems served by the other California “seasons,” most of the generations of Californians can tell you that the Santa Ana winds (devil winds) are payback for 300 days a year of perfection.
In the modern Brea and Orange County, wind is not just what blows in the air and topples trees or peels off roofs and fences, it’s what blows on the Internet that you are using now and on social media. An arrest feeds a gossip chain that carries far beyond the borders of your neighborhood and falls under the scrutiny of a wider panel of observers.
How much is a bail bond in Brea?
When you call 1-844-400-BAIL (2245) or the alternate number 1-949-445-3420 that accepts calls, text messages or e-mail messages a
Mr. Nice Guy licensed agent will give a private consultation. Mr. Nice Guy’s agent will guide you through the paperwork that’s needed (see our forms page), answer all your questions about the process, fees, and form information. With the modern technology tools at your disposal you can do everything from home. They deliver the bail bond to the facility and deliver a released human being.
If you are committed to dealing with the matter alone, here’s some important base information:
Where is the Brea Police Department?
1 Civic Center Circle
Brea, CA 92821
(714) 990-7625 general information
Open Mon-Fri 8:00am – 6:00pm, Saturday 9:00am – 2:00pm
Where is the Brea Jail?
Orange County Sheriff’s Central Jail
550 N. Flower St.
Santa Ana, CA, 92703
Call (714) 647-4666 for inmate records
Open 24 hours
Where do find bail bonds services for Brea?
We all know California is suffering from an extended drought and, much like its desert terrain neighbor states, Orange County and Brea is subject to deluges that saturate burned or damaged hillsides and can ultimately re-define landscapes. The power of too much water, too quickly delivered, can change maps (sometimes for years). The Brea Police Department, Brea Fire Department and the Orange County Sheriff’s Deputies will rise to the occasion and do everything possible to save property and maintain order during this type of crisis.
Mr. Nice Guy is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer your questions and concerns and prevent you from starting a landslide of problems in your attempt to solve one. Mr. Nice Guy bail agents are experienced in providing all types of bail bonds for charges in Orange County and are familiar with the law enforcement agencies of other Orange County cities. We can’t stop the storm that has already happened, but we can help shore up damage quickly and prevent it from compounding.
Avoid getting any deeper in the quagmire, make the toll free call to 1-844-400-BAIL (2245) to be connected to a licensed Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds Agent. Also we can take calls, text or email messages at 1-949-445-3420 but you may accumulate charges.
24 Hour Bail Bonds Services in Brea:
Earthquakes come with the territory of California, and they are scary because no one can predict when or where they will occur. Mr. Nice Guy agents prepares bail bonds every day for individuals who are arrested with any of these types of charges:
- Driving in Brea Under the Influence (DUI/DWI)
- Drug Offenses in Brea
- Outstanding Traffic Warrants
- Brea Felonies
Let Mr. Nice Guy change your experience jolt from a 7.2 to a soft 4.0 with no aftershocks.
* Based on information from the Orange County Grand Jury Report on Detention Facilities, 2010
Bail Bond Payment Plans in Brea
No interest payment plans and financing options are available with low down payments and easy monthly pay options. No collateral is needed on most bonds and the process takes just a few minutes over the phone or online. Apply for bail bond financing using our online functions or call 24/7 for a free bail bonds quote. Fast, friendly service for bail bonds in Brea day or night.