Bail Bonds for Millbrae

Should your loved one be detained in Millbrae, or anywhere in San Mateo County, you may have options for their release that you may not know about.

With a team of expert, licensed bondsmen, Tonya Page Bail Bonds is here to let you in on these options and help you at every step of the arrest and release process. If your loved one is locked up in Millbrae, don’t hesitate to call 1-877-861-3761 and get the information you need immediately!

We are conveniently available to you 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. We can also arrange to meet with you at a location of your choice, or we can handle all the necessary bail bond paperwork through fax or email. Our technology will serve you in a timely manner when it comes to having your friend or loved one released from the Millbrae Jail. Don’t hesitate to get someone released now by calling us at our toll-free number, 1-877-861-3761.

Millbrae Police Information

Millbrae Police Department
621 Magnolia Ave
Millbrae, California 94030
Phone: 650-259-2334

With some of the best schools in the Bay Area, many of Millbrae’s 20,000 residents make their living from the long hotel stretches that fill its streets. Devoted to protecting the residents of Millbrae, the Millbrae Police Department is located near the San Francisco International Airport.

Arrest and Booking Information

After being arrested, detainees go through a process known as booking. This typically lasts several hours and includes things such as fingerprinting, official photography, background checks against a national database for other outstanding warrants, and necessary interviews with detectives.

If your loved one is arrested in Millbrae, depending on the severity of the crime, they may be detained at the Millbrae Police Department or at the Maguire Jail or San Mateo County Women’s Correctional Facility in Redwood City.

If you need assistance with locating someone who has been arrested, call us now at 1-877-861-3761.

Release and Bail

Once payment is secured and necessary paperwork is signed, a quick process that can be done in person or via email and fax, the bondsman will contact the jail that your loved one is detained in and post bail. Typically, release is then granted several hours later, but we cannot guarantee the hour of your loved one’s release because it depends highly on the workload of the jail itself.

Bail may only be secured after the booking process is completed. To help with the bail procedure, we’ll need basic information about the detainee. Things like employment and home situation, credit history, and information relating to their crime helps when exploring your options, and the more detail you have the better we can determine what would be the best fit for you.

Bail Information

Even if you don’t believe yourself to qualify, you almost certainly have options when it comes to bail – likely ones that you’ve never considered. Jail is no picnic, and the longer you wait to find information, the longer your loved one spends in a cell rather than with their family.

Please call 1-877-861-3761 any time day-or-night to discuss your options with a licensed, expert bondsman. Tonya Page Bail Bonds is ready to assist you on a moments notice and walk you through the entire bail bond process. Our bail agents are easy to talk with and compassionate about your current situation and can explain payment options available to you.


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Updated 03/10/2011