What do you need to know about bail bonds in Corona, California?

Has a loved one been arrested in the city of Corona in Riverside County?

You are most likely beginning your search for information on how to bail them out of jail. This is one of the most confusing and stressful situations you will face. Our team of bail bond agents and our website, www.angelsbailbonds.com, is here to educate you about the Corona Jail and Riverside County bail bonds process. Making an educated decision will help the situation be resolved efficiently and quickly. Our bail bonds agents are here to help you anytime day or night, 365 days a year. Our phone number is 951-686-9778.

What Happens When Someone is Taken to the Corona Jail?

When someone is arrested within the city limits of Corona by the Corona Police Department, they are then taken to the Corona Jail for processing. This process includes taking fingerprints, taking a mug shot and checking for any outstanding warrants on several different databases. Once the record check comes back clean, the inmate is eligible for release by a bail bond. Contact Angels Bail Bonds as promptly as possible, so we can help you secure bail prior to your loved one being transferred to a Riverside County Jail. A transfer will lengthen the processing time.

What does a Corona Bail Bonds Agent do?

Once an inmate is eligible for release from jail with bail; the inmate will be assigned a bail amount. This amount must be paid in order for the inmate to be released. This fee can either be paid in full directly to the court with certified funds. These funds are taken as a guarantee to ensure that the person being bailed out will make all of their court appearances. These funds will be returned in full minus any court fees once the court case has been resolved.

Or another option is to use bail bondsman service. A bail bondsman will put up the full amount of the bail with the court for a onetime non-refundable fee, typically 10%. The benefit of using a bail bondsman is that you do not have to have all of the cash on hand in order to get someone out of jail.

Which Corona Bail Bonds Company should you use?

Choosing a Corona or a Riverside Bail Bonds Company can be confusing and overwhelming, at this stressful time. It is important to choose a company with a strong reputation within the local community. There are bail agents that operate their businesses with less than full integrity and do many shady things which damage the reputation of our industry.

To make the most informed and educated decision, we recommend that you check the Yelp Reviews of whichever bail bonds company you are considering using.

Where is the Corona Police Department?

The Corona City Police Department is located at:
730 Public Safety Way
Corona, CA 92880

The department is available by phone at (951) 736-2334.

The department is also available through their website.

Where is the Corona Jail?

730 Corporation Yard Way
Corona, CA 92880
(951) 736-2330

Who is the chief of police in Corona?

Chief Michael E. Abel has been the chief of the Corona Police Department since December 2014. He began his career with the department in 1987, as a cadet, climbing the ranks to become a captain and now the chief.

Who is the mayor of Corona?

Jason Scott is the mayor of Corona and has served in this position since 2012. From 2008 to 2012, Jason Scoot served the city of Corona as city councilman. Mr. Scott moved to Corona in 1968 and is a graduate of Corona Senior High School. He earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership and he is currently principal of Highland Elementary School. He has been an employee of the Corona Norco Unified School District for 35 years and as an administrator for the past 25 of those years.

Who are the representatives for Corona?

Corona is part of the 42nd congressional district represented by US Representative Ken Calvert.

Within the California State Assembly, Corona is part of District 60 and State Senate District 31 with representative Eric Linder and Senator Richard Roth.

Demographic data about Corona

City Founding: 1886 during a Southern California citrus boom.

As of the 2010 census, the population in Corona was approximately 152,374 up from the census in 2000 when the population was 124,966.

59,589 (37.4%) White

9,006 (5.6%) African-American

389 (.2%) Native American

19,866 (12.5%) Asian

364 (.2%) Pacific Islander

65,949 (41.3%) Hispanic

3,695 (2.3%) from two or more races

80,961 (50.8%) Males

78,542 (49.2%) Females

Fun Facts about Corona:

Surrounding cities of Corona: Norco and Riverside to the northeast, Chino Hills to the northwest, Yorba Linda, Cleveland National Forest and the Santa Ana Mountains to the southwest.

The city encompasses 39.2 square miles, with 394 parks and a city-operated recreational airport.

The city history spans more than one century starting as a city of citrus groves and becoming an ethnically diverse urban city. The city was once the “Lemon Capitol of the World.”

The city’s nickname is “The Circle City,” for the layout of the city streets. The city layout was designed by Hiram Clay Kellogg.

Businesses that call Corona Home:

Monster Beverage


Lucas Oil Products


All American Asphalt


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