Cypress

If you or a loved one are ever in need of a bail bond in Cypress, Texas, there is nothing to worry about—ABC Bail Bonds can get you out at any hour of the day or night. Our network makes it easy to locate and get in touch with a licensed agent, and at your request, will even come to pick you up discreetly. Our agents are standing by 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to make sure no one stays in jail longer than they need to. Get them out of jail faster than any other Cypress bail bonds service with ABC Bail Bonds.

Cypress, Texas is a lovely suburban city located just northwest of Houston along highway 290. 

a Cypress, Texas suburban neighborhood shot from an aerial view by a beautiful pondIn the 1980s, Cypress was mostly rural. However, major commercial and residential development over the years transformed Cypress into one of Houston’s largest, most influential suburban areas. Cypress has an overall crime rate of 15 per 1,000 residents, making the crime rate here near average. However, compared to other communities of similar population size, the crime rate in Cypress is relatively lower than average. This means that for similarly-sized cities all across the United States, Cypress is actually safer than most! However, even the bustling suburbs of Cypress see their fair share of crime; more specifically, property crimes. The most common property crimes in Cypress are theft and burglary, both of which we’ll break down—including the bail bonds—below.

Cypress Jails

Although Cypress shares Houston’s jails, it’s located close to the Harris County Juvenile Facility, as well as a Harris County Prison. If someone was arrested in Cypress, Texas, they can be found in Harris County Jail or one of Houston’s city jails. Here’s an extended list:

  • Harris County Jail: (713) 755-5000
  • Houston Central Jail: (713) 247-5400
  • Houston Southeast Jail: (713) 247-5400
  • Kegans ISF State Jail: (713) 224-6584

If, for some reason, you can’t find your inmate, look online using Harris County’s online search. There you can also find public criminal records, and other valuable information for anyone arrested in Cypress, Texas.

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Use a Cypress Bail Bonds Service

ABC Bail Bonds is the fastest bail bonds service available. Our bondsmen are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to act quickly and release anyone arrested in Cypress. We also offer free advice, consultations with no appointment required, and immediately get to work releasing your loved one. ABC Bail Bonds will even contact the Houston or Harris County Jail and pick them up for you.

To learn more about how our fast and easy bail bonds service will help you, give us a call or visit our office today. We’re conveniently located right across the street from the old courthouse in Houston and the Houston Central Jail. Our close proximity to Harris County and Houston City Jail is one of the things that make us the fastest, most reliable bail bonds service in Cypress.

Property Crime in Cypress

Throughout Cypress, Texas, theft and burglary are by far the most commonly reported crimes. Theft is the act of stealing an object or item—whether from an individual or a business—without any direct contact with another person. Burglary is breaking into or illegally entering a machine, building, business, home, or vehicle without one-on-one contact with a victim. While a theft charge can be either a misdemeanor or felony, burglary charges are almost always felonies. Of course, this depends on what was broken into and who was involved.

If you know someone arrested in Cypress for theft, we have the experience required to get them out of jail faster than any other bail bonds service. We’re affordable, easy, and fast—plus, our close proximity to Houston and Harris County Jail allows us to meet you at the jail sooner than anyone else can. Contact us today to learn more about how our fast Cypress bail bonds can help you.

Theft Bail Bonds in Cypress

Class B Misdemeanor Theft: when the item is worth $50 to $500. Bail Bond: $2,000. Since bail is 10%, the jail needs $200 to bail out an inmate.

Class A Misdemeanor Theft: when the item is worth $500 to $1,500. Bail Bond: $4,000. Since bail is 10%, the jail needs $400 to bail out an inmate.

State Jail Felony Theft: when the item is worth $1,500 to $20,000. Bail Bond: $10,000. Since bail is 10%, the jail needs at least $1,000 to bail out an inmate.

Third Degree Felony Theft: when the item is worth $20,000 to $100,000. Bail Bond: $10,000. Since bail is 10%, the jail needs $1,000 to bail out an inmate.

Second Degree Felony Theft: when the item is worth $100,000 and $200,000. Bail Bond: $10,000 to bail out an inmate. Depending on the crime, however, the judge may refuse bail.

Burglary in Cypress

While burglary in Cypress, Texas, isn’t too common, it’s not too far below the national average. Other than breaking into a candy or soda machine, a burglary charge is likely a felony. If someone was arrested in Cypress for burglary, the jail they go to depends on the crime. People arrested for Burglary in Cypress could go to either a Houston city jail, county jail, or state jail.

For instance, breaking into a candy machine would most likely be class A misdemeanor burglary in which inmates would be booked at either Houston City Jail or Harris County Jail. However, a felony burglary—or breaking into a building, vehicle, home, or business—would most likely land you in the Houston state jail, or Kegan’s ISF State Jail.

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Burglary Bail Bonds in Cypress

Class A Misdemeanor Burglary: breaking into a coin-operated or vending machine. Bail Bond: $4,000. To bail someone out of jail, the jail needs $400.

State Jail Felony Burglary: illegally entering a building other than a home. Inmates arrested for state jail felony burglary may be at Kegan’s State Jail—or Kegan’s ISF—in Houston. Bail Bond: $10,000. To bail someone out of jail, the jail needs $1,000.

Second Degree Felony Burglary: illegally entering a home without the intent to commit a felony. Bail Bond: $10,000. To bail someone out of jail, the jail needs $1,000.

First Degree Felony Burglary: illegally entering a home with the intent to commit a felony. If even one member of the criminal party had this intent, everyone faces charges. Bail Bond: $10,000. To bail someone out of jail, the jail needs $1,000. Depending on the crime, however, the judge may refuse to post bond. Cypress judges don’t post a bond if the inmate is considered a risk to others.

Get In Touch ABC Bail Bonds

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No bail bonds service acts faster than us. If you or someone you know was arrested in Cypress, Texas, call us immediately. We’re open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to make sure we can get you out of jail as soon as possible. In jail, your entire life is paused—absolutely detrimental to recovery efforts. ABC Bail Bonds of Cypress and Houston have decades of experience working with the Houston City Jail and Harris County Jail, and we can get anyone out in as little time as possible. Our office is located on 400 San Jacinto Street, right across the street from the old Houston courthouse and just down the street from Harris County Jail and City Jail.

We start working to bail you out of jail as soon as we get the call. We handle everything from contacting the jail to picking them up. No other bail bonds service in Cypress, Texas, acts faster than ABC Bail Bonds—let us show you.

If you or your someone you know requires an experienced, friendly, fast, reliable, full-service, bail bonding company, call ABC Bail Bonds at (713) 222-6222 or send us a quick message.

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