Garfield County Bail Bonds

Garfield County Bail BondsAre you interested in learning more about the Booking and Bail Process?  Then read this informative article from our Blog written by Bad Boys Bail Bonds President Larry Nowak.  For more information regarding the Garfield County Jail, Click Here.


Bad Boys Bail Bonds Utah

Local Phone: 866-306-8227

Garfield County Court House

City: Panguitch
Street: 55 South Main Street
Phone: (435) 676-1104


Garfield County Jail Inmate Search

Garfield County JailIt’s important to be able to find your friend or loved one when they’ve been arrested. You can’t bail them out and get them home if you’re not sure what jail they’re in. Inmate Searches and booking rosters are an invaluable resource in finding your loved ones.

City: Panguitch
Street: 45 South Main
Phone: (435) 676-2678

Garfield County Statistics

Population:4,625
Area: 5,175 square miles
Population Density: 0.9/sq. mile


Garfield County Crime Statistics

(Based on 2011 Crime statistics)
Total Crimes: N/A

Types of Crime by Percentage


Garfield County does not report individual crime statistics, therefore there is no crime data available.

At Bad Boys Bail Bonds, we will work hard to ensure that you or your loved ones don’t spend any more time in jail than absolutely necessary. We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in order to serve all of our customers’ bail needs. Contact us at 866-306-8227 or find the phone number for the bail bond agent that can help you at our Contact Page.

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