Last updated on October 25th, 2018 at 04:35 pmAarrow Bail Bonds is a top-performing bail bonding company serving Chesterfield County bail bonds, as well as to the surrounding areas of Virginia. This includes, but is not limited to Richmond, Henrico, Hanover, and New Kent. We’ve established ourselves as a trusted and respected bail bonding service by effectively bailing our clients out of the Chesterfield Jail as quickly and efficiently as possible, getting our clients through this process with as little hassle as possible.
Chesterfield County Jails
There are two jails which house Chesterfield County inmates. The Chesterfield County Jail is the main jail for Chesterfield. It’s located on Mimms Drive near the Chesterfield Courts buildings. The other jail is Riverside Regional Jail, which is in Hopewell. Riverside Regional houses inmates from seven counties, which are Charles City, Chesterfield, Colonial Heights, Hopewell, Petersburg, Prince George, and Surry. As of this writing, over 50% of the inmates residing there are from Chesterfield, with the other six counties splitting the remaining.
Aarrow serves both the Chesterfield and Riverside jails.
Premium Bail Bond Service
Aarrow Bail Bonds takes pride in treating all clients with respect, courtesy, and honesty, regardless of the bond amount. Proudly serving Chesterfield County bail bonds, as well as the entire Central Virginia area, we understand the stress and anxiety of being arrested or having a loved one jailed. Each of our clients has a unique situation, and each is handled in a sensitive and courteous manner. We provide information for all of the options of executing a bail bond are to our client, so they can make the best decision for their needs. We also provide courtesy calls to the cosigner(s) and defendant as a reminder so court dates aren’t missed.
Simply put, we treat others as we’d like to be treated if we were in the same situation.
Questions About a Warrant
I sometimes get calls asking if there’s an outstanding warrant served on them. For most jurisdictions, that information is only given to the person in question, and it’s not given over the phone. The only way to find out is to go to the jail and inquire about it in person. However, Chesterfield is different in this aspect. It posts a list of outstanding warrents on the Chesterfield website. To view Chesterfield County’s current active warrents, go to the Chesterfield’s Sheriff’s Office page. On the left side of the page there’s a link to “Active Warrents”. Clicking on that link will cause a display list of active warrants on your screen.
Hope this helps.
Chesterfield Bail Bonds Service Map
Please call us at 804-833-2785 any time of day. We’re open 24 / 7 to get your loved one freed from jail as soon as possible.
Chesterfield, VA 23832
Phone: (804) 748-1476