Volusia’s first bail bondsman dies Daytona Beach News-Journal
DAYTONA BEACH — Howard Frank, the first person to set up a bail bond business in Volusia County and who tracked down at least 1,000 people across the United States after they jumped bail on him, died at his home Sunday morning, his son said.
Veteran bail bondsman often played 'hide, seek' Daytona Beach News-Journal
waiting for a call at A First Florida Bail Bonds, 244 N. Ridgewood Ave., from someone in need of help. Raised in a Jewish home in Lower Manhattan where he would later become a trucker, Frank came to Daytona Beach to visit his sister. It was so beautiful ...
Suspect Gets Out On Bail In Death Of Daytona Girl Orlando Sentinel
charged with murder after a 17- year-old Daytona Beach girl died, was released from jail Wednesday after posting a $7,500 bail. Circuit Judge James Foxman set bond for Richard Siler, 23, Daytona Beach. Siler is charged with second-degree murder in the ...
No Bail For Daytona Man Charged In Fatal Stabbing Orlando Sentinel
DAYTONA BEACH — A Daytona Beach man remained in jail without bond on Monday, a day after he was charged with stabbing his wife to death. Police say Nathaniel Singleton, 44, stabbed his wife, Theresa Singleton, 47, several times during an argument Sunday ...
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