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Bounty Hunter apologizing for a hunt gone bad – Valley News Live – KVLY/KXJB – Fargo/Grand Forkshttp://www.valleynewslive.com/story/23922090/bounty-hunterA self-proclaimed bounty hunter is apologizing tonight for a hunt gone bad. Dustin Fredrickson is one of five people facing charges of illegally entering a Fargo home while searching for a fugitive, and
Ex-con shot in manhunt had planned to shoot someone, Egg Harbor Township police flier warned – pressofAtlanticCity.com: Breaking Crime Newshttp://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/news/crime/breaking_crime_news/ex-con-shot-in-manhunt-had-planned-to-shoot-someone/article_588309d4-4896-11e3-bf05-0019bb2963f4.htmlPolice believed the subject of an Egg Harbor Township manhunt Thursday was prepared to shoot someone — even a police officer — before he headed back to court next week, according to a flier distributed to law enforcement.
St. Louis County asks: Are you in the money? : Newshttp://www.stltoday.com/news/local/metro/st-louis-county-asks-are-you-in-the-money/article_6833ae56-36ce-516e-97b7-962e24d40ad9.htmlCounty asks those entitled to $700,000 in unclaimed funds to step forward.
Appeals court rules law created monopoly for bail bonds trade group | Under the Dome Blog | NewsObserver.comhttp://www.newsobserver.com/2013/11/05/3343291/appeals-court-rules-law-created.htmlA North Carolina appeals court says a state law created an unconstitutional monopoly by allowing only one trade group to train bail bond agents, The Associated Press reports.
Bail bondsman can’t make pitch to inmate in person – Crime Scenehttp://blog.sfgate.com/crime/2013/11/05/bail-bondsman-cant-make-pitch-to-inmate-in-person/Bail bond companies can advertise their services to new jail inmates, their main source of business. They can approach an arrestee’s family, friends or lawyer to try to arrange bail. But in Califor…
ASHEVILLE — A Waynesville bail bondsman is behind bars on embezzlement and fraud charges.
Juan Camacho, 45, of 275 Hyatt St., was charged today with 12 counts each of embezzlement and obtaining property by false pretense, according to a news release from state Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin’s office.
Department of Insurance criminal investigators allege that between 2012 and 2013, while working as a licensed bail bondsman, Camacho fraudulently obtained money from bonds he wrote without the knowledge of his employer and converted those funds for his own personal use. The investigation was handled jointly by the North Carolina Department of Insurance criminal investigations division, Waynesville Police Department and the Haywood County District Attorney’s Office.
Search Results – WSYX FOX28 Columbushttp://www.myfox28columbus.com/template/cgi-bin/archived.pl?type=basic&file=/shared/news/features/top-stories/stories/archive/2013/11/fGk51CGC.xml#.UnxC4BaUGgENEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are pulling back from record levels as investors bet that faster growth in the U.S. would increase the likelihood that the Federal Reserve will curtail…
State May Bar Direct Solicitation by Bail Bondsmenhttp://www.metnews.com/articles/2013/dole110613.htmProhibiting a bail bondsman’s direct solicitation of bail from arrestees does not violate the First and Fourteenth Amendments’ protection of commercial speech, this district’s…
Slasher remains in jail pending bail | Campus | Indiana Daily Studenthttp://www.idsnews.com/news/story.aspx?id=95134The 18-year-old man arrested for slashing a student with a meat cleaver outside Tulip Tree Apartments Oct. 27 remains in jail with $5,500 in bail bonds. Zesen Shen pled not…
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – A bail bondsman has brought a lawsuit against the clerk of courts and the city of Youngstown.
Tom Cool says he is licensed to write bonds in about 70 courts in the state of Ohio for defendants, but for some reason Youngstown’s Clerk of Courts Sarah Brown Clark won’t take his registration papers.
He has filed a mandamus with the 7th District Court of Appeals to order the city to follow state law.