TEMECULA BAIL BONDS
Flores Bail Bonds has been serving Riverside County for many years, including all of the City of Temecula. For most of the arrests made in Temecula, the inmates are transported to the Southwest Detention Center, the City of Murrieta. Women will be transported to the Banning Jail on South Hargrave Street in Banning. Depending on the individual’s circumstance typically dictates which facility they may be transported to. They may be assessed for psychological issues and asked about any previous warrants, which can guide them to a specific facility. When the defendant is transferred time, and time again, this can out a substantial hold on their bond release time. It is best that once you find out the inmate has been arrested, you immediately contact Flores Bail Bonds to help you access information as soon as possible and begin the bail bond process. If the bond is posted quickly enough, it may refrain the inmate from being transferred to another facility. Working closely and profeiciently with a bail bond agent will allow for the quickest results of your loved one.
Southwest Detention Center Information:
Southwest Detention Center (Sheriff’s Station): 30755-B Auld Road Murrieta, CA 92563 (951) 696-3050 Located in the French Valley, the Murrieta Sheriff Station jail facility is one of five main jails in Riverside County. The jail, known as the Southwest Detention Facility, was built in 1992 and became in 1993. This jail also services the communities of Sedco Hills, Wildomar, and Rancho California.
Temecula Police Department:
Main Station 30755-A Auld Road Murrieta, CA 92563
Southwest Justice Center (Murrieta Courthouse):
30755-D Auld Road Murrieta, Ca. 92563 951-304-5000
Business Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Visiting is by appointment only. Visitors must call a day in advance to request a visiting day and set up an appointment. There are specific times that inmates can have visitors depending on which housing unit they are in.
Visiting hours are between 9AM and 5PM by telephone at (951) 696-3470. Visitors must check in 30 minutes prior to the start time, if late, visitors may not be admitted. There is a maximum of two adults and two children allowed. Make sure to confirm which housing unit the inmate is located at the Southwest Detention Center before requesting a visit.
Temecula & Riverside:
The City of Temecula contracts with the Riverside County’s Sheriff Department for their police services. Also, Temecula offers two storefront police locations: the first being in Old Town Temecula, located at 28410 Old Town Front Street and the second in the Promenade Mall, located at 40820 Winchester Road, Suite 2020.
Temecula Police Department – Main Station
30755-A Auld Road, Murrieta, CA 92563
Phone: (951) 696-3000 Office
Phone: (800) 950-2444, choose Option 5 – Non-Emergency Calls – 24 hours
Phone: (951) 696-HELP (4357) for Temecula Residents