Man Expected to take Plea Deal in Cameron Co. Fajita Theft Case
BROWNSVILLE – A former Cameron County employee accused of stealing over $1 million worth of fajitas is expected to take a plea deal.
According to court records, Gilberto Escamilla waived his rights to a jury trial and instead is expected to agree to the bargain.
Escamilla is a former employee at the Darrell Hester Juvenile Detention Center in San Benito.
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