Mr. Nice Guy Slices the City of Orange and Finds the Secrets of The Segments
The City of Orange has a census population of about 140,000 and it covers an area of 25 square miles (a lot of property). Glancing at a map of the city, it becomes very apparent that there are several non-city-of-Orange islands afloat within its borders. Two of those islands are communities occupying what the state calls “unincorporated areas” within its city borders. Villa Park and Orange Park Acres have populations of 6,500 and 5,500 respectively and technically operate independently from the City of Orange. Neither of the fully encircled cities is part of the City of Orange, but each is obliged to the whole northern Orange County community in more ways than one. Mr. Nice Guy interprets this to be like being an adult containing a portion of your parents’ and grandparents’ input; they may not control you, but they define some part of you. If you get in trouble within the sphere of the City of Orange or the wider sphere of Orange County, you need to reach out to someone. While it will most likely be your family, all of you can count on a new friend with a Mr. Nice Guy bail bonds agent 1-844-400-BAIL (2245) at any hour of any day.
The City of Orange is bordered by the non-real city of Anaheim Hills to the Northwest (a self-proclaimed distinction from its parent of Anaheim), the non-real city of Ladera Ranch (a forming community within the north area of Tustin), and touches little pieces of the real cities of Tustin, Santa Ana, Garden Grove and Anaheim. Any jagged lines in the map between them indicate the same funny marks that dot a long and wide family tree branch, some spots you want to claim, others you let go of to become its own branch or the burden of something else.
What Does All This Geography Mean?
In the proper borders of the city, excluding the islands, is the Orange Police Department, equipped with all the current technology available to law enforcement and maintains a temporary holding facility (short term jail) that can house up to 12. On any of the 6 freeways that interconnect miraculously around the City of Orange and the cities it swallowed, the California Highway Patrol and Orange County Sheriff Deputies handle issues as they present themselves. All of them are equipped with Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) and all are of the brotherhood of law enforcement, setting the example for cooperation in multi-jurisdiction situations. They work to reduce harm to the general public and commercial interests, and pat a high-five or two when they can arrest someone with warrants or who has the potential to jeopardize others.
City of Orange Area Arrest
You can check to see if you or anyone you know has any warrants. It’s a great safety play when you adventure into the City or Orange and have a known attraction to red-white-and-blue lights in your rear-view mirror. Mr. Nice Guy offers makes the process pretty simple with Free Orange County Warrant Checks. Contact a licensed bail bonds agent toll free at 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 if you think you may have a warrant in Orange County or have questions regarding a City of Orange or Orange County arrest. You can also reach an agent by voice, text, or email at 1-949-445-3420 but charges may apply depending on your carrier.
Service Anywhere - Anytime
Due to the number of different law enforcement agencies present in the vicinity of the City of Orange, there are a couple of detention options. Persons arrested and held in the City of Orange jail can be released fairly quickly. Persons arrested and processed through the Orange County Sheriff’s Main Jail in Santa Ana will have an average wait of two hours before bail can be determined and another four hours (average) to be released after cash or bond is posted.
Where is the Orange Police Department?
Orange Police Department
1107 N. Batavia St.
Orange, CA 92867
(714) 744-7444 general information
To get to the Orange Police Department and Jail, take the Katella East off-ramp off of the Orange Freeway (57) and travel due East until Struck Ave. Turn Right and continue past Main Street. The department will be on the Northeast corner of Struck and Batavia.
Where is the Orange County main Jail?
Orange County Sheriff’s Department Central Jail Complex
550 N. Flower Street
Santa Ana, 92703
(714) 647-4666 inmate records for bail amounts
Lobby is open 24 hours, 7 days a week
To get to the OCSD Central Jail, take the Santa Ana freeway (5) to Santa Ana and exit at Santa Ana Blvd WEST. Follow Santa Ana Blvd west to Flower and turn right.
If you know that your family member is in trouble outside the immediate circle of Orange, consult Mr. Nice Guy’s locations panel for the city where they are incarcerated or the city where they were arrested. Each description will identify the arrest processing procedures for a city’s law enforcement. Remember that Mr. Nice Guy has licensed bail bond agents available at all hours to confidentially discuss everything about arrest, detention, and the bail process. Mr. Nice Guy is a friend who will help sort things out, locate the person you want, and get them released - call toll free at 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245.
How to bail out of jail in the City of Orange?
Mr. Nice Guy’s experienced agents have handled issues all over Orange County for persons arrested on misdemeanor, felony, DUI/DWI, traffic warrants and the full spectrum of charges. Every agent will work to solve your problem as quickly as possible with the least amount of stress to your available resources and you.
For answers to your questions or speedy rescue call Mr. Nice Guy toll free 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 any time, any day. A licensed Bail Bonds agent will explain the bail process and guide you through the process with sensitivity and discretion. The process of bail bond release requires a few signatures on the standard bail application forms (see our forms page) and the agents don’t mind you asking about the questions or entries. You can also reach an agent by voice, text, or email at 1-949-445-3420.
Mr. Nice Guy has the (Orange) Juice
Mr. Nice Guy bail bond agents specialize in being thorough, confidential, and ultimately liberating. That little extra familiarity can get us in to get someone out. Sometimes an extra helpful smile is what you need to get through it all.