Teens charged for Camille Playhouse burglary, crime spree

Luis Alberto Bolado // Brownsville Police Department Photo

Three teens are facing a laundry list of criminal charges after going on a crime spree late Saturday night.

Brownsville police arrested 17-year-old Luis Alberto Bolado and two juveniles on multiple criminal charges.

Invetigators told Action 4 News that the three are accused of leaving graffiti as well as breaking into the Camille Playhouse theater and at least seven cars.

Police officers were called to East 7th Street and Monroe Avenue after a car got broken into.

Officers caught one of the juveniles with property stolen from the car. An invsetigation led to Bolado and the other boy.

Investigators said the three were linked to at least seven auto burglaries and breaking into the Camile Playhouse where they allegedly broke a kitchen window to get in.

The theater reported that monitors, concessions, merchandise and tools were taken.

Those items have all been returned to the theater, which is gearing up for the February 7th debut of the musical "The Producers."

Officers took the two juveniles were transported to the Darrell B. Hester Juvenile Justice Center in San Benito.

Authorities charged Bolado with burlgary of a building, seven counts of auto burlgary, one count of graffiti, one count of engaging in organized criminal activity, resisting arrest and unlawful possession of a criminal instrument.