Writing a bail bond without consent…even possible?

Actor Randy Quaid is suing an Indianapolis Bail Bonds Company (American Surety) for posting bail for he and his wife without any approval.  Allegedly, Mr. Quaid and his wife Evi, were arrested in Vancouver for failing to appear in court in California on squatting charges.  The court issued bail in the amount of $50,000 for each Mr. Quaid and his wife Evi.  Mr. Quaid is adamant that not he or his wife hired American Surety to post bail on their behalf and they are now suing the company for unspecified damages in lost wages and emotional distress.  So, you ask, why would a bail bonds company subject themselves to legal action for posting bail without any consent?  The answer will remain unknown as it is not clear whether or not a member for the Quaid’s family hired the Surety company to post bail.  We will see what happens.

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Janet Farese of Brick Sentenced to 5 Years for Embezzlement…

Janet Farese, age 55 of Brick, NJ was sentenced to 5 years in a NJ State Prison by the Superior court judge Robert Lee Reisner.  Ms. Farese is accused of embezzling $130,000 from her previous employer where she served as Chief Financial Officer.  She pleaded guilty to second degree theft in January before being sentenced.  Ms. Farese admittedly inflated her paychecks and cut herself extra checks while serving in her position in Granard Pharmaceutical Sales.  The question is… “Why would someone who makes a decent living commit such a crime?”  The answer will probably remain unknown, but I think we can all agree that GREED plays a huge factor.

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Gloucester County Jury Indicts 36 people in one week…

Gloucester County grand jury indicts 36 people on different charges.  Charges range from alleged vehicular manslaughter to receiving stolen property.  Slowly, Gloucester County attempts to take alleged criminals off the street.  It is not known whether any of the individuals were granted bail.

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Freehold man charged with sexually assaulting a 12 year old girl…

Wenslao Reyes-Cortiz of Freehold Township, NJ has been arrested on charges of sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child.

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Man beats and chokes his wife in front of children…

James McGill from Englewood, NJ, is being held in the Bergen County jail after being arrested for beating and choking his wife in front of their children.  According to police, Mr. McGill strangled his wife with a power cord, punched her, hit her with a laptop and threatened to stab her.  His wife was able to flee the home and Mr. McGill was apprehended shortly thereafter.  He is being held on $200,000 bail.

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Freehold man arrested in Howell for carjacking…

Michael Lopez, from Freehold Township, was arrested by Howell police in connection with a carjacking that went through 3 towns (Freehold Boro, Freehold Township and ended in Howell).  Mr. Lopez is currently being held by Freehold Township Police.  No information has been posted on whether or not Mr. Lopez has been granted bail.

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Fugitives from Georgia & PA come to Freehold, NJ … Get Caught by Police…

Well, well, well …. It seems as though Freehold, NJ is now the hiding place for some fugitives that live outside the state.  Najee Standars, who lives in Asbury Park, NJ, but, previously resided in Georgia, was arrested in Freehold on an outstanding warrant for aggravated assault from Georgia.  Paul Mergel had similar circumstances, but lived in Port Monmouth, NJ, and his outstanding warrant was for 7 counts of forgery, also from Georgia.  Timothy Harper had an outstanding warrant out of PA for driving while intoxicated and John Turner had an outstanding warrant for fraud by false statement, also out of PA.

Thanks to the Freehold Twp & Freehold Boro police, all were caught and placed under arrest.

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Freehold Borough Resident Pleads Guilty to Operating HUGE Mortgage Scheme

Lester Soto, Age 57, of Freehold Borough, pleaded guilty today to charges relating to a mortgage fraud scheme that cost customers and financial institutions millions of dollars. Mr. Soto worked with a group of individuals that made fake documents, including a lawyer, paralegal and mortgage loan officer.  Each charge against the mastermind of the scheme, Mr. Soto, carries a maximum penalty of 30 years in prison and a million dollars in fines.

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Freehold Borough Resident Charged with Burglarizing Pepe’s Deli…

Christopher Allgood of Freehold Borough was charged with burglary and receiving stolen property after an investigation from Freehold Borough Police.  He is being held at Monmouth County Correctional Facility with bail set at $52,500.

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