Serving all of Tarrant County, Texas
Grand Prairie is located in an area called the Mid-Cities, which lands in between Fort Worth and Dallas. As of 2014, 185,500 residents call Grand Prairie home, a couple of those residents being singer Selena Gomez and Charley Taylor of the NFL. The year 1863 was when Grand Prairie was established by a man named Alexander McRae Dechman, who obtained the land by trading his oxen and wagons.
Anyone arrested will immediately be taken to the Grand Prairie jail and will undergo standard procedures such as mug shots and fingerprinting. The Grand Prairie jail mostly handles misdemeanors and DWIs, but also some felonies. Once bail is set after the initial arrest and detainment, then PCS Bail Bonds can help post bail.
With close to 30 years of experience in the bail bond industry, we know that people don’t always get arrested conveniently during working hours. That is why PCS Bail Bonds is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to handle any bail bond situation. We want to help facilitate your release or the release of your loved one once bail has been issued.
Residents of Grand Prairie trust us to provide the best bail bond services. They recognize our history and our reputation, and they know they can count on us to see the matter through. When someone has been arrested, it’s a traumatic experience not only for them but for their family. At PCS Bail Bonds, we will guide you through the procedures as simply as possible so you understand what’s happening every step of the way.
PCS Bail Bonds makes the bail process quick and straightforward. We leave no hurdles for you to jump over and can usually complete the process within 30 minutes of finding a cosigner.
Grand Prairie, Texas Police Department: http://www.gptx.org/city-government/city-departments/police-department/general-information/contact-information
Municipal Courthouse: http://www.gptx.org/city-government/city-departments/municipal-court