17-year-old faces felony charges for burglarizing 11 RVs

Jeremy Castillo // Cameron County Inmate

A suspect is behind bars a month after the burglarizing 11 recreational vehicles (RVs) and a building at the Texas Trader RV park in La Feria.

Jeremy Castillo allegedly committed the second degree state jail felony when he and three others went on a theft rampage last month.

Castillo was booked at the Cameron County Jail on Thursday, July 18 on 11 counts of burglary.

Erik Valdez, Dakota Ruiz and Noe Mascorro were previously arrested for their part in the theft rampage.

The four men allegedly used a pressure jack to break into the building TMs side garage door.

According to court documents obtained by Action 4 News, the owner said he was missing a handgun from his office.

The men also allegedly stole TVs, knives and other items and a stashed them in an abandoned house.

The four allegedly broke into the place because they thought there was no surveillance cameras, alarms or security guards.

A warrant was issued for Castillo TMs arrest and he is behind bars.

Castillo TMs bond was set at $240,000 for the 11 counts of burglary of a habitation and one count of burglary of a building.

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