'Zero Bail Fail'; Alameda County Suspect Jailed 4 Times Since March, Released Each TimeThe Alameda County Sheriff's Office is publicizing the latest arrest of a man who has been arrested multiple times and released on zero bail, only to be arrested again.
Suspect Arrested 7 Times In Alameda County During Coronavirus Shelter Order Has Bail Set At $200KThe Alameda County Sheriff's Office leveled some pointed criticism of the state's current zero bail policy in a social media post Monday, announcing that a suspect who had been arrested a record seven times during the coronavirus shelter-in-place order now had his bail set at $200,000 after his latest crime.
Mendocino County Burglary Suspect Re-Arrested On Assault Weapons Charges, Released On Zero BailA burglary suspect in Mendocino County who posted a cash bail was rearrested on additional charges including manufacture and possession of an assault weapon and later released on zero bail.
East Bay District Attorneys Say Law Enforcement Can Keep Communities Safe During Inmate Zero Bail ReleasesDistrict attorneys from Bay Area counties said on Friday that they think law enforcement officials can still keep the community safe despite a recent order to release suspects accused of misdemeanors and non-violent felonies without bail.
Suspect Cited, Released By Fremont Police After Abandoning Stolen Car, Fighting With OfficersFremont Police arrested a suspect late Wednesday who had stolen a vehicle, abandoned the still-moving car and fought with officers in Union City, but were forced to cite and release him due to current judicial orders keeping suspects out of custody over coronavirus concerns. 
Fremont Serial Burglary Suspect Re-Arrested Days After $0 Bail Release; 3 Others Arrested, Released AgainA Fremont man who was arrested on numerous charges including multiple counts of commercial burglary - and then released on zero bail - was re-arrested nine days after his release after another major crime spree in Santa Clara County and then released again on zero bail, according to authorities.
Coronavirus Update: COVID-19 Custody Restrictions Present Challenges To Law EnforcementA carjacking suspect who was arrested 35 minutes after being released from the Alameda County Jail for stealing another car is just one of many cases authorities are being faced with as the coronavirus pandemic forces the release of non-violent suspects from custody.
Sheriff's Office: Stolen Car Suspect Carjacks Victim 37 Minutes After Zero Bail Release From Santa Rita JailA man who had been arrested for car theft in Oakland - and then released on court-ordered zero bail because of the coronavirus pandemic - was arrested just minutes later in Dublin for carjacking and a second attempted carjacking, according to the sheriff's office.
Officials Warn 'Rainbow Bright' Suspects Could Flee After Release From Jail During Coronavirus OutbreakSan Mateo officials announced their fears Sunday of potential threats to public safety with the release from jail of three of four members of a family involved in what one county supervisor called "the most egregious human trafficking case" he has ever seen.
Coronavirus Update: Alameda County Court Orders 56 People Released From Santa Rita JailThe presiding judge of the Alameda County Superior Court ordered the release of 56 additional people from Santa Rita Jail on Monday to slow the spread of coronavirus within the facility. 
California Court Leaders Consider Cutting Bail To $0 During Coronavirus CrisisCalifornia judicial leaders are expected to adopt a statewide emergency order setting bail at zero for lower-level offenses and suspending evictions and foreclosures to deal with the COVID-19 crisis.