On September 23, 2002 George Earl failed to appear for court in Baltimore City. Our warrant apprehension team spent a tremendous amount of time and money searching for Mr. Earl. Their investigation would lead them from Baltimore to Ohio, Kentucky and finally West Virginia where they ultimately located and arrested him.
During the apprehension Mr. Earl stated that he was already arrested in West Virginia (in 2003) for the warrants from Baltimore and that he had paperwork from Baltimore stating that they will not extradite him from West Virginia. Mr. Earl had three outstanding warrants, one from Baltimore County for misdemeanor possession of cocaine, one in Baltimore City for driving uninsured and another from Baltimore City for violation of probation on a drug charge backing up a one year suspended sentence.
Big Boyz Bail Bonds had an obligation to the District Court of Maryland to produce him in court even if it has been almost ten years later and no matter where he was in the United States it is our job to locate and produce him for court. I think it is quite clear that our Maryland Bail Bonds Company takes its job as Bail Bondsmen very seriously and will go to great lengths to locate and produce our fugitive defendants no matter where they run and hide.
Our warrant apprehension team locates and returns fugitives from all across the United States and has even located and caused the arrest of fugitives in Canada as well as Kenya, Africa.
To our surprise, another Baltimore Bail Bonds company posted bail for the defendant even considering he had been on the run for over 9 years! All we can say to them is good luck! Below is a deatiled case history: