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Felony Charges Filed In Fajita Theft by Juvenile Justice Employee

 

 

A former South Texas juvenile justice department employee has been arrested for felony theft after authorities say he admitted to stealing fajitas worth $1.2 million over nine years. Cameron County prosecutors say Gilberto Escaramilla originally was fired in August and arrested. The scheme was discovered when he missed work one day for a medical appointment and a delivery driver showed up with 800 pounds of fajitas, but officials said the juvenile department didn’t serve fajitas.