Saturday, March 26, 2011

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Red Robin Fund Raiser, By Bail Bondsman in Cerritos

Here at All American Bail Bonds we have received information on a Los Angeles County Sheriffs Fund raising event being held at multiple Red Robin locations.

For more information please read the following community message:


Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriffs, as well as Local Law Enforcement officers, will trade in their handcuffs for aprons to spend a day at Red Robin serving you in a fundraising effort to help the Special Olympics of Southern California. During Tip-A-Cop® events, deputy sheriffs and police officers serve as waiters, bringing food to your table, and refilling your drinks. 100% of the tips donated to the officers will benefit Special Olympics Southern California athletes.

These deputy sheriffs and officers will serve as waiters on Saturday, March 26, 2011, from 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

How can you help? By eating at a one of the many participating Red Robin restaurants near you.

Below is a list of Red Robin restaurants where Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriffs will be your waiters. If any of these are too far, then please visit to find a participating restaurant near you.

*Red Robin Locations in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Jurisdiction*

Calabasas 24005 Calabasas Road

Cerritos 360 Los Cerritos Mall

Simi Valley 1555 Town Center Way, #670 (Ventura County)

Palmdale 1233 West Avenue, P, Ste. 301

San Dimas 565 W. Arrow Highway

Valencia 24201 Valencia Blvd., #1351
All American Bail Bonds office locations
Palmdale Head office
37167 N. Sierra Hwy #c
Palmdale, Ca. 93550
(661) 267-6777
Long Beach office
421 w Broadway
Long Beach, Ca. 90802
(562) 435-6777
Lakewood Office
5517 Del Amo Blvd
Lakewood Ca. 90713
(562) 867-7900
North Hollywood Office
11526 Burbank Blvd #20
North Hollywood, Ca. 91601
(818) 752-2245

Orange County Office
2230 w. Chapman Ave
Orange, Ca. 92868
(714) 793-7789

I can’t afford bail, what can I do?, From Bail Bondsman in Long Beach

We at All American Bail Bonds, a family owned and operated bail bonding corporation, have recently begun a new program for individuals, under other bail bonding companies policies, would be unable to afford the bail bonding process. We as bail bond professionals who have always done our best to help those in need and are now taking it one step further. If you find yourself with a loved one in jail and you meet our criteria you may qualify for a zero down, 0 down, bail bond with no interest and an easy payment plan with no true time restrictions.

It’s time to give more back!

We as a company have been writing bail for over ten years, and we have written thousands of bail bond policies for individuals looking to secure a bail bond for release from jail.

We want to do more!

We often come across people in this industry who are good people who just need a break, a chance to get their loved one out of jail and get their lives back on track; with our new policy of zero down, 0 down, bail with easy payments they will now have a chance to secure a fast release bail bond without having to put a single dollar down nor having to use collateral to guarantee the bail premium. The following are our requirements for the new zero down, 0 down, policy.

1. Inmate must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident

2. Inmate must be a resident of any local city within Southern California for no less than 3 years

3. Inmate must have no serious criminal record, Call for details

4. Inmate must have no history of failing to appear

4. Inmate must be employed or have responsibilities that require his / her immediate attention

5. Inmate must have a co-signer

6. Co-signer must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident

7. Co-signer must be a minimum of 24 yrs of age

8. Co-signer must hanve no history of failing to repay a bail bond premium

9. Cosigner must be a resident of any local city within Southern California for no less than 3 years

10. Co-Signer must be gainfully employed

11. Both Defendant and Co-Signer must agree, in writing, to a repay bail premium at pre-determined legal percentage of no less than 8% (per prop 103, restrictions apply) and no more than the California state regulated 10%

What we offer for those who qualify!

To make matters simple we will use a standard bail amount of $20,000 dollars for P.C. 459 (burglary) in Los Angeles County.

Example: John Doe is accused of allegedly shop lifting from local store, commonly seen within our industry.

John Doe has no serious criminal history, nor has ever been convicted of theft. Bail is set out 20k in Los Angeles County.

All American Bail Bonds will bail out John Doe through co-signer with the following required.

1. Co-Signer must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident

2. Co-Signer must be from Southern California

3. Co-signer must be employed

4. No Credit Check will be required

5. No money down will be necessary

6. Co-Signer will have payments of $100 dollars a month for twenty months until balance is paid.

Now we understand that our new policies for helping others in need may lead to other bonding companies becoming upset with us, but we don’t care!

If you are an honest, good person in need of a bonding companies help, call us!

All American Bail Bonds can be reached 24 hours a day @ 866-743-8688. With multiple bail bonding offices throughout Los Angeles and Orange County you will always find an understanding bail agent and attentive ear to help you when you need someone most!

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Palmdale Robbery Supect at Large, From Bail Bondsman in Palmdale Ca

We at All American Bail Bonds have received a request for public assistance from the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department; the sheriff is currently looking for the suspect of robbery committed at knife point. Please read the following Advisory Message for more info.

Advisory Message has been issued by the LASD - Palmdale Station, Los Angeles County Sheriff.

Thursday March 17, 2011 10:32 AM PDT
Palmdale Station is seeking the publics help in identifying a Robbery suspect.
Palmdale Station is seeking the Public's help in identifying a Robbery suspect that used a knife to steal 10 IPods’ from a local retailer yesterday afternoon.

The suspect, whom employees recognized from multiple visits before, entered the store and asked an employee from the electronics department to open the glass case containing IPods’. Once the case was open the suspect produced a knife and demanded the employee place all of the IPods’ into the suspects backpack.

The suspect then fled the retail store into the parking lot of the establishment.

The suspect is described as an light skin, adult male black approximately 6'01" and weighing around 180lbs. During the time of the Robbery, the suspect was wearing black pants and a red hooded sweatshirt.

If anyone recognizes the suspect Palmdale Station is asking them to please contact Detective Saylor at 661-272-2474.

All American bail bonds in Palmdale is located at the following address:
37167 N. Sierra Hwy #C
Palmdale, CA. 93550

All American Bail Bonds is currently the only Bail Bonding office legally operating within in the city, if you are in need of a bail bonds service in Palmdale or Lancaster please call us directly @ 661-267-6777.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Long Beach Police looking for Kidnapping Suspect, From Bail Bondsman in Long Beach

We at All American Bail Bonds have just received information pertaining to an attempted kidnapping in Long Beach. The Long Beach Police Department and Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department are asking for the public's assistance in locating the suspect.

For details please read the following Alert:

The Long Beach Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a suspect wanted in connection with the attempted kidnapping of a young girl that occurred on Monday, March 14, 2011, at approximately 8:00 a.m., and a composite sketch is now available.

The 14-year-old female victim was walking to school in the area of Lemon Avenue and 20th Street when she was approached by the suspect who grabbed her by the arm and pulled her several feet down the street before exposing himself to her. The victim was able to get away from the suspect and reported the incident to police once she arrived at school.

The victim described the suspect as a male Black, 25 to 30 years-old, 6’0 to 6’3, 170 to 190 pounds, short black cropped hair, light brown eyes and possible moles or acne pockmark-type scars above both cheeks. He was wearing a brown hooded sweat jacket with yellow stripes running down each sleeve and navy blue cargo pants.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is strongly urged to call Long Beach Police Sex Crimes Detective Patrick Jennings at (562) 570-7368.

"Because You Have the Right to Bail"

All American Bail Bonds is located at
5517 Del Amo Blvd
Lakewood Ca. 90713

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

How You can Help Donate to Japan and Avoid Fraud, From Bail Bondsman In Long Beach

At All American Bail Bonds we regularly receive Advisory Messages from the L.A. County Sheriffs Department and other Law Enforcement Agencies.

The Following is info to help you avoid Fraud and still help others in need.

 Monday March 14, 2011 8:23 PM PDT
With crisis comes fraud. How you can help Japan (and yourself)
Best wishes to the Los Angeles County Fire Department Technical Services Division - California Task Force 2, who are in Japan assisting with the earthquake and tsunami recovery efforts.

Meanwhile, many members of the public want to help too. Experts indicate that the best donation is money so that supplies can be purchased close to the affected areas. This saves on transportation costs and logistics.

Unfortunately, while many people are extending a helping hand, criminals use the opportunity to cheat and steal from those who are trying to help those in need.

The following three sections will help you make a better decision on how to provide help to others while protecting yourself, if you decide to assist:

1. Protect yourself from fraud

A. The Federal Trade Commission, the nation's consumer protection agency, has provided a "charity checklist" to advise consumers about donating wisely to charities.
If you are asked to contribute to a charity, you should:

a. Ask for the name of the charity if the telemarketer does not provide it promptly;
b. Ask what percentage of your donation will support the cause described in the solicitation;
c. Verify that the charity has authorized the solicitation;
d. Do not provide any credit card or bank information until you have reviewed all information from the charity and made the decision to donate;
e. Ask for a receipt showing the amount of the contribution and stating that it is tax deductible; and
f. Avoid cash gifts. For security and tax record purposes, it's best to pay by check - made payable to the beneficiary, not the solicitor.

The FTC works to prevent fraudulent, deceptive and unfair business practices in the marketplace and to provide information to help consumers spot, stop, and avoid them. To file a complaint or get free information on consumer issues, visit or call toll-free, 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357); TTY: 1-866-653-4261. Watch a new video, How to File a Complaint, at to learn more.

The FTC enters consumer complaints into the Consumer Sentinel Network, a secure online database and investigative tool used by more than 1,800 civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and abroad.

B. The State of California Department of Justice, Office of the California Attorney General, regulates charities and the professional fundraisers who solicit on their behalf. The purpose of this oversight is to protect charitable assets for their intended use and ensure that the charitable donations contributed by Californians are not misapplied and squandered through fraud or other means. The main elements of the Attorney General´s regulatory program are found as the following link:

Charity Research Tool

A searchable database of the information returns that charities file annually with the IRS is available on the Attorney General´s website. The database allows donors to research a charity before making a decision to give:

2. What and where to donate

If you are looking for a list of non profit charities that are working with the Japanese government, visit the U.S. Agency for International Development, or USAID, at

In response to the earthquake and Tsunami in Japan, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is dispatching a Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) and has mobilized its partners, the Fairfax County Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) Team and the Los Angeles County Search and Rescue Team. Each USAR team will be composed of approximately 72 personnel, search and rescue canines and approximately 75 tons of rescue equipment. The USAR teams will be accompanied by USAID disaster experts who will assist with assessments of the situation.

3. How you can help

Following a major disaster, most relief organizations and emergency responder agencies are extremely busy, even if they are outside the affected area. Organizations can become overwhelmed with too many volunteers. The best time to sign-up to volunteer is during a non-disaster time. This allows you to train with a disaster relief organization to be ready when the next emergency strikes.

To find a training or volunteer opportunity go to www.California and enter your zip code, select "Public Safety and Disaster Preparedness" from the pull down menu. You will receive a list of potential opportunities in your area, such as joining a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT).

For more information about fraud, becoming a volunteer, and USAID's emergency humanitarian assistance programs, please visit the following websites:




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Thursday, March 10, 2011

25 yr old Long Beach Homicide, Suspect arrested, From Bail Bondsman in Long Beach

We at All American Bail Bonds have recently received information regarding the arrest of a homicide suspect of murder that happened over 25 yrs ago, The Following information was provided by the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department for release to the public.

Wednesday March 9, 2011 7:06 PM PST

Long Beach homicide suspect arrested, 25 yrs later
On April 29, 1985, 23-year old Joanne Marie Jones, an aspiring model, seemingly disappeared in the city of Long Beach, California.

After spending the weekend at her boyfriend's Long Beach home, Joanne left at 5:30AM to go to work in the city of West Covina, but she never made it there. Her car, a 1978 Chevrolet Camaro, had been parked at the corner of 1st and Cherry Avenue in the city of Long Beach, but it was also missing. 
Several days later, Stafford Joel Spicer, 33, a White male, was spotted driving the victim’s car in the city of Long Beach. Spicer was subsequently arrested by Long Beach Police Department officers.

On June 8, 1985, Joanne's body was discovered by hikers on a dirt roadway in a remote area of Azusa Canyon, east of Highway 39 on East Fork Rd, Azusa. The Coroner's Office determined that she had been stabbed to death.

The Homicide investigation was handled by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

Given what was known at the time that her body was found, and what was known about Spicer driving her car, there was insufficient evidence to pursue murder charges against Spicer in a court of law.

In 2009, Sheriff’s Homicide Cold Case Detective Steve Davis re-opened this case. He uncovered additional biological evidence (DNA), and along with advances in technology and additional investigative follow-up, the case was presented to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office, which determined there was sufficient evidence for a homicide case to be filed.

An arrest warrant for murder was issued for Suspect Stafford Joel Spicer, who is now 59 years of age, unemployed, and living in the city of Las Vegas, Nevada.

On Tuesday, March 8, 2011, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officers, assisted by Cold Case Homicide detectives with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, served an arrest warrant at the home of Suspect Spicer, in the 3000 block of Cabana Avenie in Las Vegas. Spicer was taken into custody without incident at about 5:00PM.

He is currently being held in the city of Las Vegas Detention Center pending extradition to California.

All American Bail Bonds in operates offices throughout Los Angles and Orange County,

For a Bail Bondsman, Bail Information or Bail Bonds in Long Beach, please visit:

or call us at 562-867-7900 the local office is located at:
5517 Del Amo Blvd
Lakewood Ca. 90713

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

5yr Old Child Kidnapped in 09 Found, From Bail Bondsman in Carson

All American Bail Bonds in Carson has received this update regarding a five year old child who was kidnapped from Rancho Palos Verdes back in 2009 was recently found in New Orleans.
The information was provided by the L.A. County Sheriffs Department.

Tuesday March 8, 2011 12:08 PM PST
5-yr old RPV child abducted in Carson in 2009 found in New Orleans.
A 5-year child Rancho Palos Verdes child, abducted from a Carson child care center when he was three, was recovered safely in Louisiana on Friday. His parents were arrested in New Orleans by police officers and deputy United States Marshals.

Shalomiel Sol-El was placed into the care of his grandparents by the courts years ago, after repeated attempts by the County of Los Angeles to assist the parents in the proper care for Shalomiel. Shalomiel was suffering from numerous medical conditions that could have been prevented with the proper care and medication, but his parents refused to provide the child with necessary medical appointments, dental exams, occupational therapists and ophthalmology appointments.

Shalomiel was eventually placed with his maternal grandparents where a significant change was immediately evident. Shalomiel’s medical conditions improved and his speech was starting to develop.

Then, during a court appointed visitation on April 25, 2009 at a child care center in Carson, his parents allegedly abducted him.

The child's adbduction was investigated by detectives with the Carson Station of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The case was referred to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children for assistance, after all leads had been exhausted by sheriff’s detectives.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, who work in conjunction with the U.S. Marshals Service and all police agencies, assigned the case to the Sex Offender Investigations Branch in Los Angeles which specializes in the apprehension of violent and high risk sex offenders, as well as handling child abduction cases.

Extensive efforts were made to find the child without success. This included extensive publicity and following up on any possible tips that resulted.

It seemed as though Shalomiel and his parents had disappeared without a trace for almost two years. Then on February 20, 2011, persistent police work by an observant National Park Services police officer resulted in the arrest of Ausar Allah-El, the father of the missing child.

While on patrol in New Orleans, Louisiana, the officer noticed something odd about a male who was panhandling at a park on his patrol route. Officer Pickard interviewed the panhandler and noticed he was nervous as he texted someone on his cellular phone. A warrants check revealed that the panhandler was Suspect Ausar Allah-El, who was wanted by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for child abduction.

When Allah-El was placed into custody he indicated that his wife and child were with him in New Orleans.

With Allah-El in custody, the officer immediately notified the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children who in turn relayed the information to the case agent in Los Angeles.

The two week search for the mother and child was coordinated by the U.S. Marshals Sex offender Investigations Branch in Los Angeles and the Sex Offender Investigations Branch in New Orleans. They were assisted by the U.S. Marshals Service Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force in conjunction with the Pacific Southwest Regional Fugitive Task Force, and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

Through multiple interviews and relentless investigative work, especially by the U.S. Marshals Task Force in New Orleans and New Orleans police officers, the child's mother, Suspect Serenity Sol-El was found on Friday, March 4, and placed under arrest.

Most importantly, the mother had five year old Shalomiel with her. Shalomiel was extremely malnourished and only weighed 38 pounds. He was immediately taken into protective custody.

"Shalomiel has made the trip from New Orleans back to Rancho Palos Verdes, and has been returned to the custody of his maternal grandparents," said Deputy U.S. Marshal David Dominguez. "He is beginning to adjust to living in a normal environment. Doctors say that although the recovery process will take a while, Shalomiel should thrive with the proper medical attention. Shalomiel is already scheduled to attend school and is getting his appetite back.

Suspects Ausar Allah-El and Serenity Sol-El are in custody in New Orleans for charges related to the alleged child abduction, with bail set at $100,000.00. Extradition to Los Angeles County is being sought by sheriff's investigators.

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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Dog Fighting Ring leads to arrest in the A.V., From Bail Bondsman in Palmdale

We at All American Bail Bonds were recently notified of the following information provided by the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department.

Dog fighting at residence leads to 17 dogs, arrests, cocaine, & kids taken into protective custody

An alleged dog fighting training operation at a Lake Los Angeles home was shut down today by sheriff’s deputies, and a couple was arrested for training dogs to fight, as well as for possession of cocaine. Their four children were taken into protective custody and seventeen pit bull dogs were recovered by animal control officers.

The dog fighting investigation began when a confidential informant called the LA County 24-hour Dog Fighting Tipline (877-662-3483) to report that people were training dogs for fighting. The tip was reported to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, who relayed the information to deputies in the Antelope Valley so it could be investigated.

Over the next month, Deputies Robert Ferrell and Fred Hill with the Sheriff’s Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Bureau, investigated the dog fighting case, working with officers from the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control, and Lancaster Sheriff’s Station deputies. The deputies ultimately found sufficient probable cause to be able to obtain a search warrant.

At about 4:30AM Wednesday, sheriff’s deputies from COPS Bureau, Lancaster, and Palmdale Stations, joined by L.A. Co. Animal Control officers and LA Co. Dept. of Children and Family Services, went to the home on the 41000 block of 178th St. East, Lake Los Angeles.

Once there, they found an elaborate dog fighting and training operation.

On the property they found seventeen pit bull dogs, some of which were tied to stakes in the yard. Dried blood was found on a portable wooden fighting ring that was leaning against a wall.

They also found a large amount of medical supplies, including surgical tools and medication, IV saline solution, and syringes to administer medicine and to treat the dogs. Surgical tools and supplies, used to stitch up the dogs after being wounded in fights, were recovered.

Three treadmill type machines, used for the compelled physical conditioning of the dogs, were located. One of them was made of wooden slats.

Training records for the dogs, and study guides on the breeding of dogs and dog fighting were recovered.

All of the dogs were removed from the location by Animal Control officers. Many of the dogs found at the property had injuries.

Approximately one ounce of cocaine was also recovered.

Suspect Jesse Jimenez, 43, and his wife Suspect Yvette Jimenez, 41, were arrested at the residence for felony dog fighting (which includes training dogs to fight) and possession of a controlled substance (cocaine). They were transported and booked at the Lancaster Sheriff’s Station of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

Later, during the interview process, both suspects admitted to their roles in the activity.

The dog fighting has apparently been going on in various areas in the Antelope Valley for several years.

Due to the circumstances, the couple’s four children, aged 1, 10, 12, and 14 were taken into protective custody by the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services.

Dog fighting, cock-fighting, and other forms of animal fighting are not a sport, they are a felony. So is animal cruelty.

A conviction for felony animal cruelty can result in a sentence of up to 3 years in prison.

The LA County 24-hour Dog Fighting Tipline (877-NO2FITE or 877-662-3483, is funded in part by the Humane Society of the U.S. Up to $5,000.00 is offered for information that leads to an arrest or conviction of people engaging in the training or fighting of dogs. The identity of callers will remain confidential.

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All American Bail Bonds in Palmdale is located at the following address:
37167 N. Sierra Hwy #D
Palmdale, Ca. 93590

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Deputy Involved Shooting in Palmdale Suspect/Child Deceased, By Palmdale Bail Bondsman

As a bail bonding service with a highly active office located in Palmdale ca All American Bail Bonds is often given information ahead of the public. This information was provided by the L.A. County Sheriffs Department.

Deputy-Involved Shooting with kidnapping suspect/father of baby. Kidnapped Palmdale baby dies tragically.

A 5-month baby has tragically died and a suspect who was involved in a Deputy-Involved Shooting in Palmdale is also deceased.

Palmdale Sheriff's Station deputies responded to a report of a child abduction in Palmdale at about 11:00AM, Tuesday.

They were told that a 17-year suspect had kidnapped his 5-month old baby son from a person who was taking care of the baby, and drove away.

As deputies investigated the kidnapping, the suspect phoned the mother of the baby and threatened to harm him.

An Amber Alert was issued which included notifying all area police agencies and the news media.

At about 3:35PM, Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies who were searching for the suspect and baby saw the suspect driving in the area and began to follow him. The deputies saw the suspect motion in a manner that appeared as though he was stabbing the baby as he drove his car. Attempting to get him to stop, deputies went in pursuit of the suspect's vehicle. After about 2-3 minutes, the suspect was involved in a single-vehicle collision, striking a building.

The suspect got out of the car and ran, and deputies chased him on foot.

Other deputies ran to the suspect's car, picked up the baby, and raced him to the hospital in their radio car. Unfortunately, the baby was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Deputies chased the suspect and saw him attempting to break into the home of a family the suspect didn't know, and a Deputy-Involved Shooting occurred. The suspect was able to break into the home, with deputies chasing after him. A second Deputy-Involved Shooting occurred inside the home.

The suspect is deceased.

No deputies were injured.

Whenever a Deputy-Involved Shooting occurs involving Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputies, and it results in a fatality, multiple independent investigations immediately begin at the scene. These include separate investigations by the Office of the Los Angeles County District Attorney, as well as investigations by Sheriff's Homicide Bureau and Internal Affairs Bureau. Attorneys with the Los Angeles Office of Independent Review also respond to the scene, and have full access to the facts known to the Sheriff's Department throughout every phase of these investigations. Once concluded, every aspect of the shooting is reviewed by the Sheriff's Executive Force Review Committee.

All American Bail Bonds is located at the following Address:
37167 N. Sierra Hwy #C
Palmdale, Ca. 93550



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