Cheyenne County Bail Bonds

Cheyenne County Process

Once the individual is taken into custody they may be transported to the Cheyenne County Sheriff’s Office located at, 91 East 1st Street North, Cheyenne Wells, Colorado. They may remain at the Sheriff’s Office for only a short period of time and while there, the individual may be fingerprinted and photographed. Once Jail space has been found for the arrestee they will be transported to one of the surrounding county jails. Once at the chosen jail the individual will be searched and all of their property removed and placed in a secure location for safe keeping, including jewelry and personal effects. They will then be taken to the booking desk/area, there they will assist the officer in completing the booking process by confirming their name, address and other personal information. Once the identification portion is complete, for the individual’s benefit they will go through a medical questionnaire/screening. Finally their fingerprints, photograph and in the case of Felony charges a sample of their DNA will be taken for the courts.

The Officer will now inform them of the charges that are being filed against them and what the bond amount is given those charges. At this time they will be allowed to make phone calls to their Attorney, family or friends, via collect calls, in an effort to let people know where they are and to assist them in posting their bond. Please write down what jail they are calling from! You will NOT be able to call them back, however you can obtain further information by calling the Jail your friend or loved one called from.

If their bond is to be posted in a reasonable amount of time (this is dependent upon how busy the Booking area is) the individual may remain in the booking area until the bond is posted. If their bond cannot be posted for some time they will be “dressed” out and placed in population until the bond is posted. If the bond is not posted they will remain incarcerated for the entire duration of the court process.

The following times are only approximate and are not to be relied upon as absolutes, many factors can and will affect these, such as how many people are being processed in or out of the Jail, time of day and the individuals own willingness to cooperate with the Officers.

Booking: Both depend upon the jail the arrestee was taken to