Located South East of the San Fernando Valley, Northridge Ca is a smaller town with two attractions that stand out the most. The Northridge Mall and California State Northridge. Our Northridge Bail Bonds (800) 500-7090, office has provide bail bonds in this area for some time. The name of the jail is the Devonshire Police Station. The current population for that the Devonshire Jail overseas is 219,136.
The Devonshire Police Station
The Devonshire Police Station currently serves the neighborhoods of Chatsworth, Northridge, Canoga Park, Granada Hills, and Winnetka. The
Captains are; Sean Kane and Maureen Ryan. The phone number for the jail is (818) 832-0633 and they are located at 10250 Etiwanda Avenue.
Northridge Bail Bonds
There’s a stead stream of a need for bailing people out in the Northridge area. Most of the culprits are drunk drivers and domestic violence scenarios. Nowadays, most of the people arrested in this area end up in the Van Nuys jail. With today’s economics, most of the jails in Los Angeles County have been scaled down with one of the results being losing the jail and the personnel to run it. So if you know of someone arrested somewhere in Northridge Ca, you can either give us a call at (800) 500-7090, call the Devonshire Jail, or even try placing a call to the Van Nuys Jail. No matter what, if you call us we will be able to find the defendant and most likely help you out.
Northridge CA is a fairly nice place to live. The demographics are all over the board as are the household incomes. Up by Porter Ranch and in some areas off of Winnetka and Parthenia are very wealthy but the costs of the homes stay relatively low because of the areas they are in.
Northridge is famous for a couple of things. One would be the Northridge Earthquake which rattled and ranshacked homes in 1994. People as far as San Luis Obispo felt the shaking. Two, also in 1994 there was a Little League Baseball team that won the United States Little League Championship game, but lost the World Series game to the international team from Zulia-Maracaibo, Venezuela.
By the 1970s, Northridge steadily metamorphosed into a thriving modern community it is today. Fed by industrial parks, a new shopping center, paved roads, and an educated population, Northridge attracted new employers. By 1975, the population had zoomed to 86,686, nearly 2,000 more than official 1974 projections. The Northridge Fashion Center, built at a cost of $60 million and located at Tampa and Nordhoff, opened in 1971 with Bullock’s, Sears, The Broadway, and JC Penney’s as anchor tenants.
Over the years, Northridge has been a popular place for the film and television business to shoot location productions due to its close proximity to the major studios. The movie “Legally Blonde 2″ (2003) filmed scenes on the California State University, Northridge campus as did “Superbad” (2007). Elliot’s neighborhood in “ET: The Extra-Terrestrial” (1982) was set in a Northridge neighborhood, and a chase scene filmed in the Porter Ranch area. Several of the actors and extras from the “Bad News Bears” (1976) were from Northridge but the field where they played is in Mason Park on Mason Avenue in Chatsworth.