Central Florida Bonding Announces Newest Blog Discussing Bike Week Crimes

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Orlando, Florida based bail bond agency provides information about common crimes committed during the annual Bike Week Festivities happening in Daytona Beach, Florida

woman who has been arrested wearing a tank top and leather vest
Along with the fun usually comes some jail time for several Bike Week goers. With the thousands of people in attendance there is typically a wave of crime that comes with it. Crimes such as assault, battery, theft, road rage and indecent exposure are typical.

Central Florida Bonding announces their newest blog post that discusses common crimes committed during Bike Week. Hadi Khouri, owner of Central Florida Bonding, states, “Every year motorcycle enthusiasts from around the globe make the pilgrimage to Daytona Beach, Florida for Bike Week. This year marks the 80th year of this annual week-long event. Along with the fun usually comes some jail time for several Bike Week goers. With the thousands of people in attendance there is typically a wave of crime that comes with it. Crimes such as assault, battery, theft, road rage and indecent exposure are typical. We launched this new blog to educate people about the many crimes we see take place during Bike Week. Over the years we have bailed many from the Volusia County Jail. We are just a phone call away and our bail bondsmen will walk defendants through the bail bond process. All they need to do is call us at 407-841-3646 to get started. We keep it easy.” Central Florida Bonding’s newest blog lists common crimes that can happen during Bike Week.

A sample of these crimes include:

  • Assault
  • Battery
  • DUI
  • Drug crimes such as possession, distributing, and trafficking
  • Destruction of property

To read the full article, visit online at https://cfborlando.com/bike-week-arrests/

Central Florida Bonding provides bail bonds for clients facing numerous charges including assault, battery, drug trafficking, drug paraphernalia, DUI, domestic violence, theft, soliciting, breaking and entering, alcohol related charges, and more. To start the bail bond process, defendants or their loved ones are encouraged to call 407-841-3646. Their bail bond agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days of the year to assist with the bail bond process.

Central Flolrida Bonding has been serving Central Florida since 1979. Khouri adds, “All of our bail bond agents are experienced and knowledgeable. We have been in business a long time and know the ins and outs of both the criminal justice system as well as the bail bonding process. Being in jail can be a scary experience. Rely on Central Florida Bonding to make the process quick and as painless as possible.” The bail bond agents at Central Florida Bonding are able to explain the bail bond process, assist with paperwork, and answer questions regarding the criminal justice system all while lending an empathetic ear.

Central Florida Bonding is located in the Cox Plaza at 2911 39th Street, Suite 300, in Orlando, Florida. This bail bond agency serves all of Central Florida including Volusia, Seminole, Orange, Lake, Osceola, and Brevard counties. They are licensed to post bonds across the state of Florida and across the United States with affiliated agencies.

For more information about Central Florida Bonding, visit online at https://cfborlando.com/. To learn more about how bail bonds work or how Central Florida Bonding can quickly bail somebody from jail, call 407-841-3646.

The entire staff at Central Florida Bonding hopes Bike Week 2021 attendees have a fun and safe week.

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