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Bail News

Fayetteville bail bondsman accused of using inmate to drum up business from inside jail Orlando Sentinel
A bail bondsman is accused of collaborating with an inmate in the Cumberland County Detention Center to drum up business in violation of state regulations, the Department of Insurance said Wednesday. Brunhilde B. Ross, 53, a surety bail bondsman who lives ...
Former Fayetteville coach faces 55 new sex offense charges WNCN
He is now being held under a $11.8 million bond. Lt. John Somerindyke said calls have been pouring in regarding sexual assault accusations against Scott. Fayetteville police ... against five alleged victims. His bail increased from $100K to $11.8 million.
Preacher, bail bondsman gets prison time for drug trafficking WRAL
Fayetteville, N.C. — Robert Lee McQueen, 61, a former preacher and bail bondsman in Fayetteville, was sentenced Tuesday to 169 months in prison for his role in a drug trafficking operation, U.S. Attorney George E. B. Holding said. McQueen was the pastor ...
Two Cumberland County residents accused of unlicensed bail bond activities Fayetteville Observer
Ross, 55, of the 100 block of North Reilly Road in Fayetteville, were arrested Tuesday by Department of Insurance agents, a news release said. Worriax is charged with acting as a bail bondsman without a license, the release said, and Ross is charged with ...
The Morning Roundup: Mostly Bad News indyweek.com
U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch happened to be in Fayetteville yesterday for a policing conference ... This bill is the latest attempt by Raleigh politicians to bail out Duke Energy. Citizens and communities across North Carolina followed the rules set out ...
Sexual assault suspect arrested in Fayetteville 11abc News
Fayetteville police have arrested 22-year-old Diondre Kesean Jones after an alleged sexual assault Monday. Authorities said he surrendered himself to the A-1 Bail Bonds at around 2:30 p.m. He was charged with first degree rape, first degree kidnapping ...
Author Topic: 1st Arkansas Bail Bonds Tournament at Mountain Home.. (Read 2228 times) fearlessfriday.com
LR Episcopal (boys) 7 p.m. Mountain Home vs. Fayetteville (girls) 8:30 p.m. Saturday’s games Fayetteville vs. Greenwood (girls) 10 a.m. Boys’ third place (Friday’s losers) 11:30 p.m. Boys Championship (Friday’s winners) 1 p.m. Mountain Home vs.
Rick Ross Released From Jail With an Ankle Monitor After Posting $2 Million Bail The BoomBox
According to TMZ, Rozay was granted $2 million bond on Wednesday (July 1) by a Fayetteville County ... a $500,000 surety bond from a bail bondsman and another $500,000 in cash. In order to secure his release, Ross’ lawyer also promised the judge that ...
Reality TV star urges lawmakers to scrap bail bond proposal GoDanRiver
Dannel P. Malloy's proposed changes to the state's bail bonds system. Reality television star Beth Chapman appeared at the state Capitol on Monday with local bail agents. Chapman is president of the Professional Bail Agents of the United States.
Funding drops for domestic-violence shelters Arkansas Online
LITTLE ROCK — Since 2008, fewer marriages and professional bail bonds have meant less money for domestic-violence shelters in the state ... and family studies at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, said that cohabitation, the deep recession ...