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FREE BAIL LOOK UP for Fullerton, California Jails

  1. FREE BAIL LOOK UP. Call us at 714-584-9164 (mention WEBOFFER) for a FREE Bail Look Up. We’ll identify his or her situation, bail amount, and other critical details without which you can NOT get him or her out of jail!  Or email us via our contact form.
  2. AFFORDABLE. Call us at 714-584-9164 and we can discuss affordable pricing!
  3. CONVENIENT. We COME to YOU. Call us at 714-584-9164 and we’ll be right there!


  • Call now and mention WEBOFFER for a FREE bail lookup. We’ll identify your loved one’s situation, bail bond amounts, and other critical details.
  • We’re a LOCAL business at 1501 N Harbor Blvd #105 Fullerton, CA 92835, but remember: WE COME TO YOU.

In all of Orange County we’re the talk of the town. We’ve changed the bail bonds process, and grown to be “the” place to call when the unforeseen happens. Someone you know and care about lands in jail.  We come to you.  That’s why we are Fullerton’s FAVORITE Bail Bonds!

Facts about Fullerton, California: the Jail and Bail Bonds Process

Fullerton Police Department

The Fullerton Police Department is located at 237 W. Commonwealth Fullerton, CA 92832. Call our Fullerton Bail Bonds hotline 714-584-9164 we will take care of the bail bonds posting. A bond can be posted here.

The Fullerton Police Department has a holding facility which can only hold about 15 people, bad boys only. Bad girls are cited and released on misdemeanor cases. A Fullerton bail bonds agent will not be needed for this, or they will be transferred to the Orange County jail. You can also view the Fullerton jail website online.

The Orange County Jail is located at 550 N. Flower St Santa Ana, CA 92703 Call our Fullerton bail bonds hotline 714-584-9164.

How the Bail Bonds Process Works

If your bad boy or bad girl has been arrested and taken to jail, call a licensed agent from our Fullerton bail bonds hotline  to assist with processing the bail bond. Agents from our Fullerton bail bonds hotline will provide you with your bad boy or bad girl’s booking number, charges, court dates, and the location of your friend or family member.

All bail bond amounts have already been set by a group of Judges who meet once a year to set the bail schedules to the charges that will be filed by Law Enforcement.

It’s important to understand that after a bail bond has been posted the booking process can take anywhere from 1 to 2 hours if you are in a city jail and 4 to 8 hours or longer to complete if you are in a county jail, all depending on how busy the jail is at that time.

During this time, we can work on completing the paperwork and any other details with you to expedite the process.

Your bad boy or bad girl’s booking process will generally include photographs, fingerprints, and background checks. This process can take anywhere from 4 to 8 hours or more to complete depending on your bad boy or bad girl’s specific case. Once this process has been completed, your bad boy or bad girl will be cleared, and ready to be bailed out from jail.

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Fun Facts About Fullerton, California

On a duck hunting vacation to the Westminster marshes near Anaheim in early 1887, the Ameriges overheard the “locals” talking about the hot news of the day – that the California Central Railroad, a subsidiary of Santa Fe, was looking for land. George H. Fullerton, president of the Pacific Land and Improvement Co., also a Santa Fe subsidiary, had been sent west specifically to purchase land for railroad right-of-way.

The Ameriges learned that a likely site for a town was located north of Anaheim. The brothers were so convinced of the potential of the area. That they sold their Sierra Madre holdings and opened a real estate office in Anaheim. They then began negotiating for the land, arranging to buy 430 acres at a cost of approximately $68,000. Discussions next began with Pacific Land and Improvement, with the Ameriges offering free right-of-way and half interest in the land if the railroad survey were altered to include the proposed townsite.

With George Fullerton’s assurance that the area would be included, the Ameriges purchased the 430 acres. On July 5, 1887, Edward Amerige drove a stake into a mustard field at what is now the corner of Harbor Boulevard and Commonwealth Avenue. And the townsite of Fullerton was born. The appreciative community voted to name the town in honor of its benefactor, George Fullerton.