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Bail Bondsman suspected of stalking officials…

The Virginia Gazette, out of Williamsburg, Virginia, reported that, Vincent D. Rera, 50, a bail bond agent, was “taken into custody without incident Thursday charged with two felony counts of making threats of death or bodily injury to a person, and one misdemeanor count of stalking.” [Read more →]

Bondswoman Charged with False Imprisonment…

According to The Joplin Globe, a Carthage, Missouri bondswoman has been charged with “false imprisonment” after allegedly handcuffing a suspect to a banister in her home from about 8 p.m. to 11 a.m. the next day until his friends brought her the bail money she said he owed her.

Jasper County officials say Jeanie M. Chartier, 57, of Adams Bail Bonds tried on Dec. 28 to revoke the bond of Reynaldo D. Delarosa without a judge’s order. When the Jasper County jail staff wouldn’t jail him, Chartier allegedly took Delarosa, 32, to her home and handcuffed him to the banister until his friends raised the bail and brought it to her. [Read more →]

Santa Barbara Bail Bonds Forfeits $1 Million in Quaid’s Case

As I reported a few months back, Randy Quaid and his wife, Evi were bailed out of jail in Santa Barbara for felony vandalism for allegedly squatting in and causing damage to a Montecito guest house that they claim they owned. [Read more →]

Cops: Colorado woman punches, rubs her buttocks against $30 million painting…

Work by American abstract expressionist artist Clyfford Still suffers $10,000 worth of damage.

Carmen Tisch is accused of pulling her pants down to rub her buttocks up against the work, an oil-on-canvas called “1957-J no.2”, by the late abstract expressionist artist Clyfford Still. She allegedly caused $10,000 worth of damage to the painting.

“Tisch was charged with felony criminal mischief on Wednesday and has been held on a $20,000 bond since the incident in late December,” said Lynn Kimbrough, spokeswoman for the Denver District Attorney’s Office. Apparently, she was thought to have been drunk at the time. [Read more →]