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Two plead not guilty on theft of copper, granted bail

  • Posted in: News
  • On: July 30, 2019

James Wilson and Bryan Landreth were arrested June 18 after Wonderful Citrus Company security staff were called to the area of Old River Road and Highway 166 after motion detectors alerted them to activity in the area. It is believed that the 2 were there to steal copper. Once security staff arrived they confronted Wilson […]

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Million Dollar Bail for 18 Year old Man

  • Posted in: News
  • On: June 17, 2019

18-year-old man, Christian Campos, pleaded not guilty to the murder of 24-year-old Daniel Macias. Campos has denied knowing Macias. Macias was shot while sitting in a car in a south Bakersfield McDonald’s parking lot on April 13th. Campos has also denied being in the area the night of the shooting. Recently released court documents show […]

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California Highway Patrol arrest bus transient

  • Posted in: News
  • On: June 1, 2019

49-year-old Eric Daniel Prindle of Bakersfield was arrested and booked into the Smith Correctional Facility in Banning, CA this week. He is charged with suspicion of annoying or molesting a minor and public intoxication. The California Highway Patrol says, the 16-year-old victim was riding a Greyhound from Phoenix back home to Los Angeles when she […]

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Arson Suspect arrested by Police

  • Posted in: News
  • On: May 23, 2019

61-year-old Rainer Hirschfelder, of Frazier Park, was arrested after his home that was repossessed burned to the ground. The community of Lockwood Valley, in Ventura County, was the scene of a raging pre-dawn residential fire on May 3rd. According to the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Deputy Sam Moss, a Ventura County Sheriff’s deputy arrived […]

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California Highway Patrol arrest DUI Suspect

  • Posted in: News
  • On: May 15, 2019

Jose Alberto Pacheco, 38, Anna Grisalda Pacheco, 34 and their 10-year-old son Angel Alberto Pacheco-Espinoza were killed and a further victim, an 11-year-old girl, is fighting for her life after a drunk driver slammed into the sleeping family’s trailer Saturday night. Suspect Ismael Huazo-Jardinez, 33, allegedly lost control of his truck and crashed into the […]

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New Phishing Scam To Be Aware Of

  • Posted in: News
  • On: May 7, 2019

BPD is warning residents of a phishing scam. The department says residents are receiving calls from a person claiming to be a BPD sergeant. The caller then informs the victim of a warrant for their arrest. The scammer tells the victim they can avoid jail time by paying off the warrant. Anyone that receives one […]

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Bakersfield Cyber Terrorist Arrested

  • Posted in: News
  • On: May 3, 2019

Buster Hernandez, known online by his alias “Brian Kil,” was arrest in August 2017 and was originally indicted on 26 counts for threatening a teen girl and making several bomb threats. Now, more indictments have been filed by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of Indiana that brings that list to 40 charges […]

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Armed Robbery that Resulted to an Officer Involved Shooting

  • Posted in: News
  • On: April 29, 2019

On a chilly Thursday night in March at 9:05PM workers and customers at the La Villa on Planz Road were treated to dinner and a show after an armed robbery turned into an officer involved shooting. A BPD officer patrolling the area saw the robbery in progress and responded. The shooting occurred at the front […]

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Bail or no bail for first-time DUI offenders?

  • Posted in: News
  • On: February 16, 2016

It’s a fact that many people who are arrested for driving under the influence are eligible for immediate release from custody, either by posting bail, or on their own recognizance by submitting a written promise to appear. But does the latter really guarantee that an offender will show up to court to face the consequences? […]

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The United States Bail Bond System Is Under Attack

  • Posted in: News
  • On: December 17, 2015
The United States Bail Bonds System Is Under Attack   By Matthew Martz   A federal class-action lawsuit spearheaded by a Washington, D.C. based non-profit, is trying to attack our criminal justice system and with it, the very constitution of the United States. The lawsuit, filed on Oct. 28, by a small group of attorneys [...]

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