The story of Victorville goes back to 1858, when Aaron G. Lane set up a way station which he called Lane’s Crossing, supplying shelter and supplies to travelers crossing the desert to San Bernadino. Captain Lane was a Mexican-American war veteran who had originally intended to join the gold rush, but found that he could make more money selling supplies to the miners. Lane was not alone on the Mojave River, having nine other people living in two residences close by. They were Mormon pioneers.
In 1867, another Mormon family who owned a way station near the Barstow area, made a wagon road from their business to what is now Old Town, Victorville. The river crossing became known as Mormon Crossing.
Jacob Nash Victor
By 1885, the railroad had arrived, and the general manager was one Jacob Nash Victor. The village which sprang up around the railroad siding was named for him. In 1901, the name was changed to Victorville by the US Post Office, to avoid confusion with Victor, Colorado.
As recently as 1970, the population was still only 10,845, but since then has expanded enormously and is now over 121,000.
Of course, with that expansion, the rate of crime has grown, as you would expect. It’s a sad fact of life that people do make mistakes, especially if they have been out partying all night long, and they can get thrown into jail if they overstep the mark.
Unfortunately, the first that you know about it is when you receive a phone call telling you that your loved one is in the local jail, and desperately needs Victorville bail bonds.
If this has just happened to you, you’re on the right website. Barbarian Bail Bonds exists to help people such as yourself, who need to raise bail in order to secure the release of a relative or friend from jail. We’re open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, so you can call us right now, and one of our agents will be on his way to you.
Yes, that’s correct. You don’t have to come to our offices, or go to the courthouse. We come to you. We know that getting such a phone call is distressing, and that you probably know nothing about Victorville bail bonds. Don’t worry. Our agent will sit down with you and explain the whole of the bail process. He will complete all of the necessary paperwork with you, so that you can secure your loved one’s release as fast as possible. All that needs to happen after that is for your loved one to show up at court, and make a resolution not to do anything like it ever again.
Call us right now on (800) 571-BAIL or (800) 571-2245, and we will be on our way.