Bail Bonds in Salinas

The city of Salinas in Monterey California is known for its sunshine and mild climate. Only eight miles from the Pacific Ocean, the city is home to nearly 150,000 residents.

Sometimes, though, even in the most beautiful areas, a person can find themselves in a situation that ends with a ride to the Monterey County Jail.

If your friend or family member has been arrested in Salinas, it can be hard to know where you should turn to for help.

Tonya Page Bail Bonds is a team of fully licensed, expert bondsmen who are ready to help you during this difficult time. We know that the bail bonds process can be overwhelming for anyone who doesn’t work with it everyday, and that is why we are available at any time of the day or night to answer all of your questions.

We can even get started on the simple paperwork over the phone, through fax or email, even “e-sign” or one of our agents will meet with you at a location you choose.

We offer flexible payment options, including all major credit cards and payment plans. You want to get your loved one out of jail as soon as possible and we can work with the Monterey County Jail 24-hours a day to make sure they spend as little time in jail as necessary.

Call us right away at 1-877-861-3761 and let us help you with bail bonds in Salinas.

Monterey Sheriff- Central Patrol Station

Monterey Sheriff- Central Patrol Station
1414 Natividad Rd.
Salinas, CA 93906
Phone: 831-755-3752

The officers at the Monterey Central Patrol Station are responsible for policing the city of Salinas. Their offices are located inside the Sheriff’s Public Safety Building. The officers are responsible for an area of 1,400 square miles. The area is divided into 5 jurisdictions which extend south to the city of Gonzales, west to the marina, and north to the county lines of Santa Cruz and San Benito. The former Fort Ord is also included in the territory.

The department has several Community Field Offices to make them more easily accessible to residents, located in Castroville, Chualar, and Pajaro. Central Station in Salinas is the largest and busiest station and receives most of the service calls.

If your friend or family member has been arrested by the officers of the Central Patrol Station, they will be taken to the Monterey County Jail, located near the Sheriff’s Public Safety Building at 1410 Natividad Rd. Here, they will be processed through the use of Iris Scan, digital imaging and digital fingerprinting.

The booking process is done completely on the computer. This helps ensure an accurate identification of inmates by electronically sending fingerprints to the Department of Justice in Sacramento. To help reduce security risks, the jail offers, at additional cost, video conferencing and video arraignment.


Once the amount of bail has been set, we can start a bail bond 24-hours a day so that your loved one can be released as soon as possible. When you call us at 1-877-861-3761, we can start all of the necessary paperwork and help walk you through the entire bail bonds process. Your loved one’s time will be much better spent in speaking to a lawyer instead of sitting in a jail cell.

Bail Bond Costs & Payment

The cost of a bail bond, called a bail bond premium, is set by the California Department of Insurance. This amount is non-negotiable and non-refundable.Currently, the amount of a bail bond premium is equal to 10% of the total set bail amount. For example, if bail is set at $20,000, then you will pay a bail bondsman $2,000 for their services.

In exchange for this fee, the bail bondsman will then post the full amount of bail to the jail or court so that your friend or family member can be released as soon as possible. You should be aware that this fee will not be returned to you, no matter the outcome of the case.

Tonya Page Bail Bonds understands that not everyone can afford to pay a large sum of money at any given moment. That is why we are flexible in our payment options for bail bonds. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover to help process a bail bond quickly. In most cases, we offer a no-collateral bail bond.

For those who qualify, we will even work out a payment plan to help ease the burden of a large payment.

Our friendly, courteous staff is prepared to handle your situation with the utmost confidentiality. We know that trying to find a trusted bail bondsman is not going to be the highlight of your day, but you will be pleasantly surprised by how easy the process can be with the helping hand of our experienced team.

Call us as soon as possible at 1-877-861-3761 and we can get to work right away on a bail bond for your loved one in the Monterey County Jail.


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Updated: 02/23/2015