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Ventura County Sheriff's Office
Monday September 20th, 2021 :: 11:53 a.m. PDT


Two Organized Retail Theft Rings Arrested

Nature of Incident: Two Organized Retail Theft Rings Arrested
Report Number: 21-124213 & 21-124587
Location: Camarillo Factory Outlets, 740 Ventura Blvd. Camarillo Ca
Date & Time: 9/18/21 @ 1520 hours, and 9/19/2021 @1250 hours
Unit(s) Responsible: Camarillo Police Department, Ventura County Sheriff
(S)uspects, (V)ictims, (P)arty, (D)ecedent

City of Residence

Carolina Castillo-Valencia
Johana Morales
Natalie Marin
Roberto Aguilera Guzman
Jaime Angelica Deleon
Mayra Isabel Ordonez
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Camarillo patrol deputies investigated two separate organized retail theft rings over the weekend.  A total of six subjects were arrested.
The first investigation occurred on 9/18/21, when deputies were alerted to a group believed to be involved in an organized retail theft.  Carolina Castillo-Valencia, Johana Morales, Natalie Marin, and an infant child were stopped in a vehicle as it left the area of the outlets.  During a subsequent investigation, deputies discovered stolen property from four different retail stores at the outlets totaling less than $950.  The infant child was found to be in the vehicle when the crimes occurred.    
Castillo-Valencia, Morales, and Marin were booked into the Pre-Trial Detention Facility for numerous theft and child endangerment related charges.  Castillo-Valencia and Morales remained in custody with bail set at $5,000.  Marin was released on her own recognizance.     
The second investigation occurred on 9/19/2021, when an alert store clerk reported a theft and included a vehicle description.  Camarillo patrol deputies located the vehicle leaving the area and initiated a traffic stop.  The vehicle was occupied by Roberto Guzman, Jaime DeLeon, and Mayra Ordonez.  The driver initially provided false information about his identity.  During a subsequent investigation, they located burglary tools and stolen merchandise from seven different stores totaling over $3,000.
Guzman, De Leon, and Ordonez were booked into the Pre-Trial Detention Facility for numerous theft related charges.  Guzman remained in custody with a set bail of $200,000, Ordonez had a set bail of $60,000, and De Leon had a set bail of $5,000.          
Prepared by: Sergeant Gustavo Macias  
News Release Date: 9/20/2021  
Media Follow-Up Contact: Detective Doepking
Camarillo Police Department
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Booking Photo Release:
Captain Steven Jenkins
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Ventura, CA 93003

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