You have a couple options as to handling the warrant and your son's subsequent arrest.
One option would be to post the bond. You might contact a bondsman in the county in which he was arrested to arrange bond. A typical fee to a bondsman is 10%, meaning the cost would be $1,000. Additionally, the bondsman would need collateral for the remaining $9,000.
Your other option would be to let Virginia pick him up and transport him back. Once they do, his situation should improve. At that point, it is quite likely that the judge would release him and resolve the issue with credit for time served in jail. At a minimum, it is extremely probable that the judge would reduce his bond.
Please let me know if anything requires clarification.
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