Elmore County Jail In-Custody Inmate Search

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You can either speak with a bond agent or pay the bond in cash if you want to post a bond for an inmate. If you decide to work with a bond agency, they will individually go over their criteria and costs with you. If you decide to post a cash bond, you'll need to have the full bond amount in precise change. Every bond carries a $10 Sheriff's Bond charge. This must be paid in whole and in separate payments from the bond.

    Elmore County Jail Idaho

    Address: 2255 E 8th N, Mountain Home, ID 83647
    Phone: (208) 587-9103

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The charges or fines against an inmate are still in effect even if you decide to post a monetary bond for them. Simply put, the cash bond serves as security (or a promise) that the prisoner will show up in court on the day and time specified by the releasing officer. Your monetary bail will be forfeited if the prisoner doesn't show up to court as required, and an arrest warrant will be issued for the offender.

You may be required to use the cash bail you posted to cover all court-ordered costs and fines once the case has been completed. According to Idaho Code Section 19-2923, the court may use the monetary bond placed by the detainee or a third party on their behalf to pay fines and costs associated with the criminal prosecution brought against the detainee.

Staff at the detention facility will begin preparing the offender for release as soon as they obtain the necessary papers for a posted bond and/or a court order for release. A lot of time may be needed to release an imprisoned. Everyone who has been freed from prison will be told to meet their bonding party in the jail lobby.

Elmore County Idaho

Idaho's Elmore County is a county in that state. There were 29,130 people living there as of the 2010 Census. The county of Elmore was established on February 7, 1889. Mountain Home serves as the county seat. The Ida Elmore mines, which were famous locally for producing gold and silver in the 1860s, gave the county its name. Elmore County is part of the Boise-Mountain Home-Ontario, ID-OR Combined Statistical Area, which also includes the Mountain Home, Idaho Micropolitan Statistical Area.

Founded on February 7th, 1889, with Rocky Bar as the county seat. named for the Ida Elmore mines, which in the 1860s produced the most silver and gold in the region. At Three Island Crossing, not far from Glenns Ferry, the Oregon Trail crossed the Snake River. Rattlesnake, a stop on the overland stage route, was transferred to the railroad line and renamed Mountain Home. The county seat was transferred to Mountain Home on February 4, 1891.

Elmore county is situated not far from Idaho's geographic center. Snowyside Peak, which is 10,651 feet above sea level and is situated in the Sawtooth Wilderness in the northeast of the county, is the highest peak. The Snake River, located in the southwest region of the county, has the lowest elevation, standing at less than 2,500 feet.

Bordering counties are as follows: Northeast: Custer County; Camas County, East: Blaine County, Southeast: Gooding County; Twin Falls County, Southwest: Owyhee County, West: Ada County, Northwest: Boise County.

Cities of Elmore

There are 21 Towns and Cities located in Elmore County, Idaho, United States: Glenns Ferry, Mountain Home, Atlanta, Castle Rocks, Chalk Cut, Cleft, Dixie, Emigrant Crossing, Featherville, Hammett, King Hill, Mayfield, Paradise Hot Springs, Pine, Prairie, Reclamation Village, Reverse, Rocky Bar, Sebree, Steamboat Rock, Stout Crossing.

Reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 3,101 square miles, of which 3,075 square miles is land and 26 square miles (0.8%) is water.