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
Suspects City of Residence Age
Carolina Castillo-Valencia Los Angeles 41
Johana Morales Los Angeles 34
Natalie Marin Los Angeles 25
Roberto Aguilera Guzman San Bernardino 61
Jaime Angelica Deleon Lancaster 25
Mayra Isabel Ordonez Lancaster 46
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 (805)388-5119
Approved by: Captain Steven Jenkins