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Investigators arrest 3 students accused of breaking into high school, stealing police car

Investigators have arrested three students accused of breaking into Donna North High School, stealing car keys and taking a school district police car for a joyride.

DONNA, Texas (KGBT) - Investigators have arrested three students accused of breaking into Donna North High School, stealing car keys and taking a school district police car for a joyride.

Officers arrested Jesus Miguel Colunga, 17, of Donna; Agustin Juan Ramirez, 18, of Donna; and Orlando Ramirez, 17, of Donna, according to information provided by the Donna Independent School District.

The investigation started Sunday night after a break-in at Donna North, according to information provided by school district police Chief Daniel Walden. The intruder stole keys to a police car and took the vehicle for a joyride.

As CBS 4 News previously reported:

Later that evening, deputies say the stolen police unit attempted to pull over a Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office unit. The Sheriff’s deputy didn’t stop, though, and pursued the stolen patrol unit. Deputies say the stolen police unit eventually came to a stop near Dillan Road and Wisconsin Road, where three suspects were seen fleeing the vehicle.

Investigators arrested three students.

Jesus Miguel Colunga, 17, of Donna, who is charged with:

  • Theft, a state jail felony.
  • Burglary of a building, a state jail felony
  • Engaging in organized criminal activity, a state jail felony
  • Unauthorized use of a vehicle, a state jail felony
  • Criminal mischief, a Class B misdemeanor


Agustin Juan Ramirez, 18, of Donna, who is charged with:

  • Engaging in organized criminal activity, a state jail felony
  • Unauthorized use of a vehicle, a state jail felony


Orlando Ramirez, 17, of Donna, who is charged with:

  • Engaging in organized criminal activity, a state jail felony


Colunga and Orlando Ramirez were released from the Hidalgo County jail and couldn't be reached for comment. Agustin Ramirez remains in jail.

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