Bail Bonds for the Ramona Substation

At Tonya Page Bail Bonds we are here for you!

There may be nothing more trying than learning someone you care about is in legal trouble and that you now need to find a Ramona-based bail bondsman. Bail bonds are not something that should be taken lightly, but they can keep a friend or loved one out of jail, while you get their legal situation settled.

Most people in San Diego county are lucky enough never to have to worry about being able to post bail. They have no idea how to contact a bondsman in Ramona or throughout California to help them. Should that need arise, these unfortunate folks must consider, for one reason or another, what to do so the people they care for can be released and continue make a living, to support their family, or to find an attorney. Bail is costly! If you are unable to post it, contact our licensed, knowledgeable bail bondsmen at Tonya Page Bail Bonds and learn what we can do for you.

At Tonya Page Bail Bonds, we are problem solvers and we never close. Call us now at 1-877-861-3761 for help with bail bonds in Ramona, San Diego, or anywhere in California!

SD Sheriff Ramona Substation Information

SD Sheriff Ramona Substation
1424 Montecito Road
Ramona, CA 92065-5200
Dispatch: (858) 565-5200
Business: (760) 789-9157
Fax: (760) 788-9077
Open 8:00 AM -5:00 PM Mon.-Fri. Closed weekends.

The Ramona Sheriff’s Substation, which is an extension of the San Diego Sheriff’s Department, provides law enforcement services for 40,000 residents, covering 150 square miles. But up until recently, not so many people lived in this area.

Ramona was first inhabited by the Diegueno Indians, who left a great deal of archaeological evidence behind. When the California gold rush reached its peak, a stage coach line was set up between San Diego and Julian that passed through Ramona, sparking the town’s beginning. The town site was officially laid out in the 1870s, with Main Street following the original San Vicente Road. It was developed by the Santa Maria Land and Water Co., which brought water into Ramona by pipelines from Hatfield Creek.

In the 1920s, Ramona became known for having some of the largest turkey ranches on Earth, earning the ridiculous nickname: “The Turkey Capital of the World.”

Deputies of the Ramona Sheriff’s Substation wrangle arrestees rather than turkeys, but they are still very efficient at their job. Patrol deputies respond to service calls 24 hours a day. Each one has also been assigned a “beat” that generates a lot of information about what is going on locally, and helps them get to know the people they protect. This interaction between neighborhood residents with law enforcement has resulted in a decrease in Ramona crime.

The Ramona Substation also has detectives who investigate theft, physical assaults (excluding homicides), sexual assaults, vandalism, burglaries, and other crimes. Crime prevention specialists also work there.

Recently a new sheriff’s station in Ramona was put on the county’s list of “minor” projects costing less than $10 million. The county is reviewing options for a land swap involving a California Department of Transportation parcel, funding to acquire adjoining private parcels, and environmental requirements. The sheriff’s station has an estimated cost of $2.1 million.

Because the Ramona Sheriff’s Substation doesn’t have an on-site jail, arrestees are usually taken to the San Diego Central Jail in downtown San Diego after they have been booked into the system.

Ramona Bail Bond Information

Bail bonds come in handy for the vast majority of people who have somebody they care about that’s been arrested, because it’s an affordable way to post bail. At Tonya Page Bail Bonds, we provide prompt and professional services. Above all, we are compassionate. We have licensed bondsmen on duty 24/7 and we can facilitate a jail release anywhere in California – including Ramona and its surrounding areas.

Our bail bondsmen are kept up to date on changes in law, criminal activities and arrest procedures. Our job is to get a person out of jail, whether that requires a felony or a misdemeanor bond. If you need a flexible pay plan, we can also help.

At Tonya Page Bail Bonds we post felony and misdemeanor bonds! Call us at 1-877-861-3761. We’ll get you qualified in minutes, by fax, phone, email or in person 24/7.

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Updated: 03/03/2010