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You can contact each of the county's sheriff's departments. If you have his name/birth date, you can find out if he is located at a county jail. The problem is, however, that you may have to try all of the county jails to find out where he is.
However, to locate an inmate within the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDC), please call(NNN) NNN-NNNN which is accessible 24 hours a day. You must have either the inmate's CDC number or the inmate's full name and date of birth to receive information. The Inmate Locator/ID Warrants will not provide any future release date information. Please note that for new or transferring inmates it can take up to seven business days to update.
So, yes, following the above steps, if you have the time and patience, you should be able to find out if he is currently incarcerated or is out on bond.
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