According to the California Department of Insurance, Todd Russell Dolezal, who is the owner of San Luis Obispo Bail Bonds, is facing four different charges associated with corrupted business operations. Specifically, Dolezal is being charged with one felony charge of criminal conspiracy, two felony charges of bail bond soliciting inside a jail, and another felony charge of failure to complete and keep records of his bail solicitor practice as well as keeping them open for inspection by the insurance company.
Along with Delozal, another couple from the Morro Bay area was also arrested under suspicion by the California Department of Insurance for violating bail agent state laws. Both Christopher Langley and Larissa Langley also were arrested. Christopher was charged with a felony count for bail bond soliciting inside a jail as well as another charge for failure to keep records open for inspection. Larissa has been charged with a soliciting felony as well as the failure to keep records open.
All three suspected criminals were arrested and booked into the county jail at $10,000 bail.
San Luis Obispos bail bonds are regulated by the California Department of Insurance. Under California bail law, a client must contact the bondsman and a bondsman cannot “cold call” or offer bail services inside a jail or courthouse. Currently, the investigation is open and undergoing investigation.