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Roger Adair

Making A Difference: Roger Adair - ExpertBail Bond Agent - Bail Bondsman - ExpertBail.comRoger Adair has always enjoyed helping people. In fact, from a very young age, he knew that it was his calling and he was put here to make a difference. As soon as he could, Roger joined the Navy and became a firefighter during Desert Shield/Desert Storm. Unfortunately, he had a serious knee injury and was forced to return home. He had always imagined himself coming home and continuing on as a firefighter, but now as a disabled vet, he wasn’t physically able to. He was unsure what he was going to do.

His brother-in-law owned a bail bond company and offered him a job. Roger ran that bail office for fifteen years before he ventured out and decided to start his own bail bond business, Roger Adair Bail Bonds. He never could have expected that being a bail bond agent would be so fulfilling, but after 19 years of being in the bail business, he couldn’t imagine it any other way.

Roger is still following his dream to help people, but from a much different perspective than he had originally planned.  In addition to being a bail agent, he is a volunteer for Nor Cal Clean and Sober, a program that helps those who have substance addiction programs. He makes himself available to those who have stumbled and are looking to get back on their feet. He prides himself as a “pseudo counselor” to those who have lost their way. His wife and daughters have even nicknamed him “Dr. Phil”. He shares his experiences, lends a hand and tells these people that whenever they are having doubts to call him on his cell phone, no matter what time it is. “There’s nothing better than helping someone who wants to help themselves. If they fall off the wagon, my goal is to get them back on their feet and get their 30 day chip back.” says Roger.

Being a bail bond agent isn’t just a job for Roger. Sure, it pays his bills, but that’s not the reason he has become so invested in his career. Raising his children in a bail bond family has taught them values and life lessons they wouldn’t have otherwise known. They understand the consequences of one negative decision and they understand the criminal justice system. On top of that, Roger truly cherishes the relationships that have been built throughout the years. He has made countless friends and has been told by people he’s helped that because of him, they were able to bounce back and succeed in life. That’s why Roger is so committed to a being a bail agent, it is his passion and his legacy… to help make this world a better place one person at a time.

Thank you Roger for being a great person and a great ExpertBail Agent, you are truly an inspiration.

Professional Biography of

Denny K. Behrend



Denny Behrend is in good company.  He has shared the title of deputy U.S. Marshal with such legendary American figures as Wild Bill Hickok, Bat Masterson, and the three Earp Brothers; Virgil, Morgan, and Wyatt.


While not as celebrated as his illustrious predecessors, the Washington native and former Seattle police officer served the Western District of Washington with distinction and valor for
twenty-seven years, retiring in 2001. 


And, though Denny may not have been famous, some of his cases were; such as that of Christopher Boyce of "The Falcon and the Snowman" fame.  Denny was among the team of federal agents that tracked and arrested prison-escapee Boyce, in Port Angeles, Washington and bank robbers Joseph Dougherty and Terry Lee Connors.  He also escorted serial arsonist Martin Pang from his safe haven in Brazil to Seattle to stand trial for multiple murders. 


But this was all just another day at the office for Denny.  For more than a decade he managed the U.S. Marshal’s, Western District, fugitive apprehension detail with previous assignments in witness protection, bank security, prisoner transfer, and assets forfeiture. 


While Denny’s career in law enforcement was stellar, retirement was something less than what he expected.  “He flunked it,” says his wife, Gayle, co-C.E.O of Lacey OMalley Bail Bonds, the oldest agency in the state (founded 1945).  He is currently Lacey OMalley’s Vice President and Director of Public Relations, regularly demonstrating his knowledge and proficiency in marketing, public relations, and the Federal, State, County, and Municipal court systems. 


His Expert-level knowledge of the criminal justice system is second to none as is his ability to establish productive working arrangements with its diverse community and officials.  He is esteemed by the law enforcement community, the judiciary, and members of the bar.  Following Maurice Clemmons’ mass murder of four Lakewood police officers, it was Denny to whom members of the media turned to for perspective on the bail system that had enabled the killer’s freedom.  A distinct honor, in 2010, Denny was selected to serve as a committee chairperson on Washington State Governor Christine Gregoire’s taskforce to implement bail reform.  Even the accused and the criminals appreciate him for the respect he has provided as a lawman, and continues to provide as a businessman.  It is a belief totally in sync with Lacey OMalley and its core values.  


Denny, a board member of Washington Crime Stoppers, was introduced to Gayle (a former
Miss Tri-Cities) by John Walsh of America’s Most Wanted fame.  Together they are the proud parents of Denny’s four children (from a previous marriage), and energetically work, play, and generally enjoy their world together.  Denny’s life has been, and continues to be, one dedicated to serving others.  That’s a good thing…even if he isn’t Wyatt Earp.