Mr. Nice Guy Redefines “Superfund” in El Toro
El Toro, California has gone through one of those phenomenal transformations in the last two decades that has upped the city’s profile from a community that served the former Marine Air Base, to a suburb of considerable activity and desirable living space. The city of El Toro was listed as a “superfund” site by the Environmental Protection Agency during the dismantling of the military structures and bi-products but have since completed the necessary cleanup to remove them from active superfund status. El Toro is now a city joined in the brotherhood of Orange County, enjoying a higher median income level and rising property values over the rest of the state. The community age and resident age range is younger than its sibling cities, and most are actively engaged in jobs at the higher end of the employment spectrum.
So why would a city like El Toro need a Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds agent amidst their community full of hard-working nice guys and gals? The answer is pretty simple, to help deal with the unexpected and embarrassing problems that pop up and challenge your working sensibility. Things can happen to the best of people, and since most residents average a commute time of 30 minutes, its not unreasonable to guess that a situation might arise in the 25-40 miles between your work and your home.
Clean Up Assignments, non-EPA Mandated
Consult Mr. Nice Guy on the status of you and your loved ones with Mr. Nice Guy’s link Free Orange County Warrant Checks. That’s the first step in knowing that if you do land in trouble, you won’t make the problem worse. Call Mr. Nice Guy toll-free at1-844-400-BAIL (2245) or use the alternate non-toll free number 1-949-445-3420 that accepts calls, text messages or e-mail messages. A licensed agent will confidentially discuss the steps to take if you or someone you love has a warrant.
Orange County Sheriff Deputies and the California Highway Patrol employ a system called Automate License Plate Recognition, and when enabled it permits the vehicles (at the rate of about 50 per second) within line of sight to be scanned and their license plates read. The information is processed by on-board database access and identifies vehicles with violation history.
Now think back to visiting a commercial center in another city, or being on campus, or taking a trip to the beach and having your meter expire. Are there any expired tickets for the vehicle you are driving every day (as most don’t carpool)? What about taking an Orange County toll rode without your EZ Pass and not paying? The question that usually brings the most profound reaction is - did you let someone else drive your car?
These are all little berms in the system that numb you or catch up with us all and, like a flat tire, usually occur when you least expect them. Technology produces modern efficiencies but lends its support to city budgets and law enforcement agencies all over the state. Everyone wants what they are entitled to, and now they have means to retrieve it. Any of these little things will just boost the citation that you receive when you were originally stopped for a non-working taillight.
Dealing with Arrests and Other Unmentionables
Mr. Nice Guy advises taking some precautions with the warrant check because the existence of a warrant usually dictates where you are taken when you are arrested. If an arrest occurs in El Toro, the person is taken to the Orange County Main Jail facility in Santa Ana. And so will they if arrested in any city where Orange County Sheriff Deputies provide the law enforcement. There are some cities in Orange County with their own Police Departments and jails. If existing warrants exist, the arrested person will be deposited at same Orange County Main Jail facility. Mr. Nice Guy has licensed agents available to confidentially discuss the bail process and bail bond process for every situation. Call 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 (toll free) or reach them at the alternate number 1-949-445-3420 that accepts text messages or e-mail messages as well as calls. Mr. Nice Guy agents serve two purposes: find the arrested person and get them released from wherever they are being held.
Every agent at Mr. Nice Guy has provided bail bonds for all types of arrest charges in Orange County: misdemeanors, felonies, drug possession, DUI/DWI, assault, vandalism, and a long list of other charges that potentially have sentences from wrist-slap to serious time. Their role is to get your loved one out of jail as quickly as possible and back home. They don’t judge because that is the court’s job later. They can offer the bail bond for a percentage of the bail amount required, and not impede any more resources than necessary. You complete a couple of standard forms available on our forms page and sign and your Mr. Nice Guy agent will guide you through the process and answer all of your questions.
Get the Action Without a Reaction
If you decide to take on the task yourself Mr. Nice Guy suggests you consider the time of day you are now in, consider the cash, personal check (none of the jails will accept a company check) or money order you’ll need to accomplish the feat. You save a little on Mr. Nice Guy fees, but you risk compounding your problem introducing other people into your private crisis (take the kids or leave them with a sitter, call someone else in your circle and leak the word) and possibly putting yourself at risk by emotion alone.
You can take the drive, most likely to:
550 N. Flower St.
Santa Ana, CA, 92703
Call (714) 647-4666 for inmate records
Open 24 hours
Or you can wait quietly while a Mr. Nice Guy agent does everything to resolve the crisis.
Save Stress, Reduce Conflict, and Get Them Out
Call 1-844-400-BAIL or 1-844-400-2245 or the alternate number 1-949-445-3420 that accepts text messages or e-mail messages and calls. Mr. Nice Guy agents will serve YOU and get the person out of jail on a reasonable bail bond with no added stress and no visible disruption to your already disrupted life. They really can clean the situation up and permit you to move on with life; they are a super-fund option and a super-friend resource.