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AAA Bail Bonds has been doing business in Sherburne County, Minnesota, for more than a decade. Bail Bond Agent Daryl is a regular at the Sherburne County jail and courthouse in Elk River assisting clients.

Sherburne County has a population of roughly 90,000 and coves a total area of 451 square miles. The Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge is located in Sherburne County and covers 30,700 acres. The refuge is located in Zimmerman and protects mixed habitat types. Over 230 species of birds, 58 species of mammals, and 25 species of reptiles and amphibians have been recorded in the refuge.

The Sherburne County Seat is Elk River, which is where the courthouse and jail are located. Other popular cities in Sherburne County include: Becker, Big Lake, Clear Lake, Zimmerman, and parts of Saint Cloud and Princeton. The area is home to many historic sites including the Elk River Water Tower, constructed in 1920, and the Minnesota State Reformatory for Men Historic District in Saint Cloud, a prison complex of 23 contributing properties that was built 1887-1933 with granite quarried by inmates.

AAA Bail Bonds is ready to serve all Sherburne County Jail residents in their time of need. Call AAA Bail Bonds 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at (763) 441-1964 or toll free at (888) 228-2245 and ask for Bail Bond Agent Daryl or the agent on call. AAA Bail Bonds has several other agents that cover Sherburne County in the event that Daryl is not available. This also ensures that we can provide coverage 100 percent of the time. AAA Bail Bonds also has a network of attorney referrals that are available to help.

The Sherburne County Jail and Courthouse are located at 13880 Business Center Drive NW in Elk River. The main phone number for the jail is (763) 765-3800. The main number for the courthouse is (763) 765-4600. To find the Sherburne County Inmate Search, click here.

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