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About being detained, when an individual is arrested for a crime, typically that person will be taken to a local law enforcement station for booking, prior to incarceration in a station lock-up or county jail.

Once arrested and booked, the defendant has several options for release pending the conclusion of his or her case. The bail bond system is designed to guarantee the appearance of a criminal defendant in court at the time the judge directs, once the defendant is released from jail. The most common method of release is using the services of a bail bond company. At Bail Help Bail Bonds Agency you will find that we have provided you with a listing of Wyandot bail bondsmen, jails and local courts. Please contact us at the telephone's listed here for immediate Wyandot bail bonding assistance and additional bail bond release information.
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  • (Reuters) - Western Union Co said it restarted its money transfer service in Greece, allowing customers in the country to receive funds from overseas.

    Novak Djokovic of Serbia jumps to return a ball to Kevin Anderson of South Africa during their singles match against at the All England Lawn Tennis Championships in Wimbledon, London, Tuesday July 7, 2015. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)LONDON (AP) — The Latest from Wimbledon (all times local):


    FILE - In this Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015, file photo, Debbie Ziegler, center, the mother of Brittany Maynard, speaks in support of proposed legislation allowing doctors to prescribe life-ending medication to terminally ill patients during a news conference at the Capitol, in Sacramento, Calif. A bill, authored by Sen. Lois Wolk, D-Davis, left, and Sen. Bill Monning, D-Carmel, right, that would allow California physicians to help terminally ill patients end their lives, is struggling to muster enough support ahead of a legislative vote Tuesday, July 7, 2015. Maynard, a 29-year-old San Francisco Bay Area woman who had terminal brain cancer, moved to Oregon where she could legally end her life. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File)SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A bill that would allow California physicians to help terminally ill patients end their lives is struggling to muster enough support ahead of a legislative vote Tuesday.


    Guards walk through a damaged gate of the house of Brigadier Khaled al-Anduli, an army commander loyal to the Houthi movement, after it was hit by Saudi-led air strikes in Yemen's capital SanaaBy Mohammed Gobari SANAA (Reuters) - Saudi-led coalition air strikes and clashes killed at least 176 fighters and civilians in Yemen on Monday, residents and media run by the Houthi movement said, the highest daily toll since the Arab air offensive began more than three months ago. The United Nations has been pushing for a halt to air raids and intensified fighting that began on March 26. The Iran-allied Shi'ite Houthis say they are rebelling against a corrupt government, while local fighters say they are defending their homes from Houthi incursions.


    BERLIN (AP) — A man is in hot water after allegedly stealing a bicycle, pitching it through a Berlin restaurant window, then entering and quaffing half a bottle of Tabasco sauce — telling authorities he was thirsty.By Francesco Canepa FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The European Central Bank cannot provide emergency funding to banks on overly generous terms or against insufficient collateral, it said on Tuesday, spelling out strict terms for banks in Greece and elsewhere to obtain such funds. The ECB, which has been providing an Emergency Liquidity Assistance (ELA) lifeline to Greek banks, on Monday raised the discount on the collateral Greece must put up in return for the cash, keeping pressure on Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras hours ahead of a meeting with other euro zone leaders. In a document published on its website on Tuesday, the ECB spelt out instances in which ELA provision would conflict with its objectives, saying it could not be supplied by national central banks against insufficient collateral and on generous terms that invited "moral hazard".

    President Muhammad Buhari attends the National Working Committee during the meeting of the All Progressives Congress (APC) party at the headquarters of the party in AbujaBy Joe Brock JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Advisors to Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari have recommended a root and branch overhaul of Africa's biggest oil industry and increased borrowing to help pay off $20 billion of government arrears, a reform proposal document shows. Buhari, who won a shock election victory in March, has so far given little indication of his policy agenda as he has focused on his main election pledges of tackling corruption and a six-year insurgency by Islamist sect Boko Haram. A 'transition committee' set up by Buhari in April submitted 800 pages of policy recommendations to the president last month but the details were not made public.


    Turkey's army said on Tuesday it had detained almost 800 people trying to cross illegally from Syria, including three suspected Islamic State militants, after bolstering security in border areas near where the radical Islamists hold ground. The three suspected Islamic State members were sent to jail in the southern city of Sanliurfa after being detained separately on July 2, it said. Wary of advances by both Syrian Kurdish forces and Islamic State in northern Syria, Turkey has sent extra troops and equipment to strengthen parts of its 900 km (560-mile) border as the risk of spillover rises.

    Security forces inspect a damaged vehicle at the site of a bomb blast that targeted NATO forces in Kabul on July 7, 2015Two suicide attacks in Kabul on Tuesday targeting first NATO then the Afghan spy agency left one person dead and five wounded, officials said, as the Taliban step up their annual summer offensive. In the first incident, a Taliban suicide car bomber targeting a NATO vehicle rocked the southeast of the city, wounding three people including one described by the police as a "foreigner". An hour later three Taliban attackers tried to storm a branch office of the National Directorate of Security (NDS), Afghanistan's main intelligence agency.


    VIENNA (Reuters) - An Iranian diplomat said that there were still differences to overcome in nuclear talks with six world powers as the deadline passed on reaching an agreement on Iran's nuclear work, the Students News Agency ISNA reported on Tuesday. "Still there are three issues to be resolved, which are sanctions, U.N. resolutions and nuclear work," the unnamed diplomat told ISNA. (Writing by Parisa Hafezi; Editing by Louise Ireland)

    Head of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization Ali Akbar Salehi (2nd R) walks near the hotel where the Iran nuclear talks meetings are being held in Vienna, Austria in Vienna, AustriaBy John Irish and Arshad Mohammed VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran and six major powers will keep negotiating past Tuesday's deadline for a long-term nuclear agreement as they tackle the most contentious issues, including the continuation of a U.N. arms embargo on Iran, the big powers said. This does not mean we are extending our deadline," EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said outside the hotel where the talks between Iran, Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United States are taking place. The spokeswoman for the U.S. delegation, Marie Harf, said the terms of an interim deal between Iran and the six would be extended through Friday to give negotiators a few more days to finish their work.


    Shipping containers are seen at the Port Newark Container Terminal near New York City as government reported lowest trade gap since 1999The U.S. trade deficit widened in May, fueled by a drop in exports that could heighten concerns over weak overseas demand and a strong U.S. dollar. The Commerce Department reported on Tuesday that the trade gap grew $1.2 billion to $41.9 billion.


    A suicide bomber destroyed the number 30 double-decker bus in Tavistock Square, London, on July 7, 2005Britons laid flowers at the sites of the 2005 London suicide bombings and held a nationwide minute of silence for the 52 victims on Tuesday on the tenth anniversary of the attacks. Prime Minister David Cameron led the tributes by placing a wreath at a memorial in Hyde Park, less than a fortnight after an attack in Tunisia in which 30 Britons were killed. The ceremony began at exactly 8:50 am (0750 GMT) -- the time the first of four homegrown jihadists detonated his device on London's transport system on July 7, 2005.


    Kenyan police officers and Kenya Red Cross workers carry the body of a man killed during an overnight attack on a residential complex in Mandera town at the Kenya-Somalia borderBy Joseph Akwiri MOMBASA, Kenya (Reuters) - Al Shabaab gunmen killed 14 people, mostly quarry workers, officials said, in an overnight attack on a residential complex in northeast Kenya that the Islamic militant group said had targeted Christians. Many died in their sleep, the Kenya Red Cross said. The raid, in the town of Mandera, mirrored one in the same county in December in which 36 quarry workers died.


    Pope Francis blesses faithfuls during his visit to the Presidential Palace in Quito, EcuadorBy Girish Gupta QUITO (Reuters) - Thousands of pilgrims braved wind and rain to camp out overnight for a Mass to be given by Pope Francis on Tuesday in Ecuador's highland capital Quito for an expected million people. Political protests had been rocking the socialist-ruled nation of 15 million people prior to the pontiff's arrival, but his presence has brought a temporary halt to demonstrations. Francis is visiting three of the smallest and poorest nations during a week-long tour of his native South America.


    In this Jan. 6, 2015 photo, the MOL Competence, a 1036-foot long, 150-foot wide container ship carrying 45,000 tons of cargo, is moored at the TraPac Container Terminal in Jacksonville, Fla. The Commerce Department reports on the U.S. trade gap for May 2015 on Tuesday, July 7, 2015. (Bruce Lipsky/The Florida Times-Union via AP)WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. trade deficit widened slightly in May, reflecting declines in sales of American-made aircraft and machinery as exports continued to suffer from a strong dollar.


    Horizon Pharma has gone hostile with an all-stock offer for Depomed valued at about $2.1 billion after its target rejected friendly overtures to talk about a deal.TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — Tunisia's government is urging its citizens to sacrifice some of their freedoms to better protect the country from attacks like the mass shooting at a beach resort last month that killed 38 people, mostly tourists.

    FILE - In this Feb. 15, 2015 file photo, Colin Quinn attends the SNL 40th Anniversary Special in New York. The Brooklyn-born Irish-American comedian returns to the stage next month eulogizing the loss of loudmouth, opinionated New Yorkers in his with the one-man show “The New York Story” at The Cherry Lane Theatre. (Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP, File )NEW YORK (AP) — Comedian Colin Quinn has some sad news about his hometown: New York is dead.


    European Union foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini (left) and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif attend a meeting in Vienna, on July 6, 2015VIENNA (AP) — Iran nuclear talks busted through their second deadline in a week Tuesday, casting new questions about the ability of world powers to cut off all Iranian pathways to a bomb through diplomacy. But the parties agreed to continue their talks.


    Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos, center, speaks with Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem, left, and French Finance Minister Michel Sapin during a round table meeting of eurozone finance ministers at the EU LEX building in Brussels on Tuesday, July 7, 2015. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was heading Tuesday to Brussels for an emergency meeting of eurozone leaders, where he will try to use a resounding referendum victory to eke out concessions from European creditors over a bailout for the crisis-ridden country. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)BRUSSELS (AP) — The latest on the Greek financial crisis (all times Brussels local):


    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday named former Virginia congressman Thomas Perriello as U.S. special envoy for Africa's Great Lakes region. Perriello replaces former senator Russ Feingold, who stepped down in February. Perriello, a Democrat who worked on Kerry's 1996 Senate campaign, will help oversee U.S. policy for a region that includes Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo.WASHINGTON (AP) — US trade deficit widens 2.9 percent to $41.9 billion in May, reflecting drop in exports.

    Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, right, and London Mayor Boris Johnson walk through the 7/7 memorial in Hyde Park to lay wreaths in London, Tuesday, July 7, 2015. Britons marked the 10th anniversary of suicide bomb attacks on London's transit system Tuesday, as Prime Minister David Cameron said the recent slaying of 30 British tourists in Tunisia was a reminder that terror threats remain real and deadly. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)LONDON (AP) — Britons paused in silence and walked in solidarity Tuesday to mark the 10th anniversary of suicide bomb attacks on London's transit system.


    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Jewish officials are furious over a video installation at a Polish museum that shows naked men and women playing a game of tag in a gas chamber.JERUSALEM (AP) — Europe's low-cost airline Ryanair says it will start its first cheap flights in and out of Israel in November.

    In this photo taken Monday, July 6, 2015, a stock investor monitors the Shanghai Composite Index at a brokerage house in Qingdao in east China's Shandong province. Chinese stocks fell Tuesday despite official efforts to shore up slumping prices while other Asian markets were mixed after Wall Street's decline. (Chinatopix Via AP) CHINA OUTBEIJING (AP) — Global stocks mostly fell on Tuesday as Greece's spiraling crisis kept investors on edge and as Chinese markets dropped despite government intervention.


    LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — A bomb blast in Nigeria's northern university town of Zaria killed 25 people Tuesday including a 2-year-old toddler, the Kaduna state governor reported, the latest in a string of deadly bombing and shooting attacks by the Boko Haram Islamic extremist group.KADUNA, Nigeria (Reuters) - A bomb on the outskirts of Nigeria's Zaria city in the northern state of Kaduna killed at least 20 people on Tuesday morning, the state governor, Nasir el-Rufai, said on his Twitter feed. Zinari Shehu, a local radio journalist who was at the scene, said the bomb went off at around 10 a.m. (0900 GMT) in the local government secretariat in Gogarawa, an area on the edge of Zaria.MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday that around eight issues remained to be "finalised" before a nuclear deal between Iran and six powers is reached, Interfax news agency reported. Iran and the major powers will continue negotiations on an historic nuclear deal past Tuesday's deadline for a long-term agreement. (Reporting by Vladimir Soldatkin; Editing by Jack Stubbs)

    Traders are pictured at their desks in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchangeBy Nigel Stephenson LONDON (Reuters) - European stocks fell and the euro hit a five-week low against the dollar on Tuesday before a euro zone summit to discuss the Greek debt crisis, while a fall in Chinese shares reminded investors of other clouds on the horizon. Oil recovered some ground after a selloff on Monday prompted by Greek rejection of the terms of a bailout and the Chinese stock market turmoil. Euro zone finance ministers met in Brussels and the bloc's leaders will meet later in the day.


    A traffic light shines red near the HSBC bank logo in ParisHSBC has fired UK staff who filmed themselves staging a mock Islamic State-style beheading of a colleague and posted the video online, it said on Tuesday. The short video, obtained by The Sun newspaper, showed six staff. HSBC declined to say how many employees had been dismissed.


    FILE - In this Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012 file photo, French demonstrators and supporters of Palestinians hold a placard with the word "Boycott" during a demonstration in Paris, France. A campaign called BDS, which was started by Palestinian activists 10 years ago to boycott Israel, has grown into a worldwide network of thousands of volunteers lobbying corporations, artists and academic institutions to sever ties with Israel. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon, File)JERUSALEM (AP) — Ten years ago, a small group of Palestinian activists had a novel idea: Inspired by the anti-apartheid movement, they called for a global boycott movement against Israel as a nonviolent method to promote the Palestinian struggle for independence.


    In this June 24, 2015 photo, student activists gather outside Pathumwan Police Station in Bangkok, Thailand. Fourteen detained student activists went before a military court in Thailand on Tuesday, July 7, 2015 in a case that has attracted international calls for their release and criticism of the military junta's strict controls on freedom of speech and assembly. The university students were arrested June 26 on charges of sedition and violating the junta's ban on political gatherings for leading a peaceful anti-coup rally in Bangkok. Their head bands read "return the power." (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)BANGKOK (AP) — A military court in Thailand said Tuesday it will release 14 student activists from detention but they will still face sedition charges — and the prospect of years in prison — for defying the junta's ban on political gatherings.


    Newly appointed Greek Finance Minister Tsakalotos is welcomed by Eurogroup President Dijsselbloem and French Finance Minister Sapin at a euro zone finance ministers meeting on the situation in Greece in BrusselsBy Paul Taylor and Renee Maltezou BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras had a final chance to present credible reform proposals to an emergency euro zone summit on Tuesday to persuade skeptical creditors to reopen aid talks before his country's banks run out of money. With Greek lenders down to their last few days of cash and the European Central Bank tightening the noose on their funding, Tsipras must convince the bloc's other 18 leaders, many of whom are exasperated with five years of crisis, to authorize negotiations fast on a new loan to rescue Greece. Chancellor Angela Merkel, under pressure in Germany to cut Greece loose, made clear it was up to Tsipras to come up with convincing proposals after Athens spurned the tax rises, spending cuts and pension and labor reforms that were on the table before its 240 billion euro bailout expired last week.


    In this July 2010 photo, visitors examine the Big Four Ice Caves in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest near Granite Falls, Wash. The Snohomish County sheriff's office says rescuers responded to a report of a partial collapse of the ice caves Monday, July 6, 2015. (Mark Mulligan/The Herald via AP)VERLOT, Wash. (AP) — Ice caves popular with hikers northeast of Seattle partially collapsed, killing one person and leaving at least four other injured, officials said.


    Former SS officer Oskar Groening , 94, sits in the courtroom in Lueneburg , northern Germany, Tuesday, July 7, 2015. Groening is charged with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder on allegations he helped the Auschwitz Nazi death camp function by sorting cash and valuables seized from Jews. (Philipp Schulze/Pool Photo via AP)BERLIN (AP) — German prosecutors are asking for 3½ years in prison for a 94-year-old former SS sergeant who served at the Auschwitz death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland.


    BEIRUT (AP) — Intense clashes broke out Tuesday in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo after militants attacked a government-held neighborhood there, capturing several buildings, activists said.BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A debt haircut is not allowed under Europe's bailout rules, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on arrival for a euro zone finance ministers meeting to discuss Greece on Tuesday.

    In this undated photo provided by Heritage Auctions, the 1984 Summer Olympics Torch that Bruce Jenner carried through Lake Tahoe, Nevada is shown. The 24-inch torch, featuring a brass finish and wood handle, is being offered by Heritage Auctions on July 30, 2015, at its Platinum Night Sports Auction in Chicago. It is the first significant piece of Jenner memorabilia to go to auction since the winner of the 1976 Olympic Decathlon Gold Medal became Caitlyn Jenner. (Heritage Auctions via AP)NEW YORK (AP) — The 1984 Summer Olympic Torch that Bruce Jenner carried through Lake Tahoe, Nevada, is going on the auction block where it could fetch $20,000 or more.