DA: Reading-based company’s use of phony bail bonds ‘rampant’ throughout Pennsylvania

Bailbond workers may need to be bailed out | Regional: Berks - Home

Bailbond workers may need to be bailed out | Regional: Berks – Homehttp://www.wfmz.com/news/news-regional-berks/da-readingbased-companys-use-of-phony-bail-bonds-rampant-throughout-pennsylvania/30198416Berks County District Attorney John Adams announced the arrests of four ACE Bail Bonds employees — Vincent Smith (the company’s majority owner), Kaley Smith, Adalberto Garcia…
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Dauphin County bail bondsman strikes deal to settle dispute over bail forfeiture

Dauphin County bail bondsman strikes deal to settle dispute over bail forfeiture | PennLive.com

Dauphin County bail bondsman strikes deal to settle dispute over bail forfeiture | PennLive.comhttp://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2012/10/dauphin_county_bail_bondsman_s.html#incart_river_defaultDauphin County bail bondsman strikes deal to settle dispute over bail forfeiture The Patriot-News – PennLive.com MATT MILLER, The Patriot-News James Fabie will pay $3,500 to…
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Dauphin County officials seek to revoke bail bondsman’s license in payment dispute

Dauphin County officials seek to revoke bail bondsman's license in payment dispute | PennLive.com

Dauphin County officials seek to revoke bail bondsman’s license in payment dispute | PennLive.comhttp://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2012/08/dauphin_county_official_seekin.html#incart_river_defaultChardo is arguing that Fabie rolled snake eyes when he put up $25,000 bail for Rudolff Zigray, a defendant in a drug trafficking case who then went on the lam.
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Bail bondsman and a former bounty hunter to pay a city woman $1,000 for improperly imprisoning her

Berks County Judge Timothy J. Rowley ordered a bail bondsman and a former bounty hunter to pay a city woman $1,000 for improperly imprisoning her, according to a court order available Thursday.

Beth Sadler, 29, had filed a $1.3 million lawsuit against two bounty hunters and a bail agency, accusing them of bursting into her mother’s home in the 600 block of Birch Street, handcuffing her and driving her to their office to question her about her ex-boyfriend on Sept. 4, 2007.

Rowley ordered Dennis White, operator of DW Bail Bonds, 841 Washington St., and Ramon Mercado Jr. to pay Sadler $500 each.

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