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Concerned Citizen Helps Catch Enfield Fugitive

ENFIELD, CT – Social media is more than just Facebook posts and selfies. It may also be able to help catch a fugitive. In the list from Enfield Police Department of the “Most Wanted” people in Enfield, is the name of Heidi Mayhew, who is 40 years old of 11 Windsor Court. She was charged with a first-degree failure to appear in court and two-counts of second-degree failure to appear, with her bond amounting to $12,500.


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Hamden CT Justice System

In 2012, CNN Money ranked the town of Hamden #53 in their list of “America’s best small cities.” Situated in New Haven County, Connecticut, Hamden was also picked as #33 by both CNN Money and Fortune Magazine in their list of “Best Places to Live and Launch.” The main praise is directed towards’ Hamden’s “great blend of urban and suburban lifestyles,” but ample attention should also be given to the fact that the city has a very low crime rate.

Bail Bonds

Bail Bondsmen in the State of Connecticut must be licensed in order to conduct bonding business. All of our bondsmen are licensed to bond you out in the state of CT. Bail bond costs are set by the Connecticut Insurance Department. Prior to the execution of a bail bond, all bondsmen must get written authorization from a third party or if possible the defendant. (Step 2 in our bail bond process) If the bail bond "Premium" (our fees relating to bailing you out) cannot be paid in full before we bail you out, a bondsmen can arrange a payment plan (35% down payment of our fees). Any unpaid balance must be paid within 15 months from the time of bail. For more information on the laws concerning bail bonds in New Haven, please view the Public Act No. 11-45.