Temple City Station Jail Bail Bonds
If you need Bail Bonds in Temple City contact us at (626) 542-1222 immediately to get the bail bond process started. This way we will get your loved one release from the Temple City Station Jail as soon as possible. after you contact us our Bail Agents will request Inmate Information from the Temple City Jail. After we have the bail and inmate information, we can start bail bond process. Filling out and signing all the documents that are required. Once the arrestee is cleared for release, we post the bond directly with the Temple City Jail. Release time is about one hour. Once inmate is released we will finish signing paperwork and go home.
Temple City Station Jail Info
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Address: 8838 Las Tunas Dr. Temple City, CA 91780
Station Phone: (626) 285-7171
Watch Commander ext-3214
Temple City Station Commander Captain Christopher P. Neee xt-3301
Temple City Jail ext-3218
Property Room Lori Ayala ext-3379
Temple City Jail Visiting Hours: 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM every day.
Temple City Station Jail History
The Temple City Station Jail has been open and operated by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department since 1926. It ‘s been relocated 4 times over the years. Until 1957 when It settle in it’s current location. At: 8838 Las Tunas Dr. Temple City, CA 91780. In the northeast of L.A. County. The Temple City Station Jail services about 66 square miles which includes the cities of Chantry Flats, Monrovia, Arcadia, Duarte, Bradbury, Duarte, Rosemead, South El Monte, Temple City, North San Gabriel, East Pasadena, South San Gabriel. The Temple City Station Jail current captain is Christopher P. Nee.
The Temple City Station has lost 2 brave deputies due to career criminals. The first one was Deputy Harold S. Blevins in Oct 12, 1957. The second was Deputy David W. March in 2002. The Temple City Station immortalized Deputy March’s words by adopting them into the department’s creed.
My goals are simple, I will always be painfully honest, work as hard as I can, learn as much as I can and hopefully make a difference in people’s lives.” Deputy David W. March EOW April 29, 2002