After being arrested on Friday for stealing clothes in a Saks shop in San Antonio, Texas, Mexican actress Daniela Castro was released because her offense was considered a minor, class B offense, and for not having criminal record.
According to the report of the police department of that city, the theft was between $ 100 and $ 750. The laws of Texas establish that a theft of more than $ 100 and less than $ 750 is considered a crime and the charges can be punished with a a maximum of 180 days in a county jail and a fine of up to $ 2,000.
"Let's put it this way: your crime is considered a bit above a traffic ticket," said Carlos Ortiz, a police spokesman, in a telephone interview.
Although it has emerged that Castro has paid $ 800 to be released on bail, the informant has ruled out that this is official.
They can not imagine what he meant to do #DanielaCastro… https://t.co/qoRV0oZ01f
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"You can leave with a PR Bond (Personal Recognition Bonus), which means you are giving your word to go back to the judge's appointment to appear in court and pay your fine, provided you have no criminal record, such as example is your case, "informed Ortiz.
Castro was caught stealing seven items from the 5th store on Saks Fifth Avenue.
The police report that Danielle Stefani Arellano, 52, was arrested at 2.40 pm by the official Roberto Segovia at 5819 Worth Park, San Antonio, for trying to take three pants, a skirt, a sportswear for women , a sweater and a fabric accessory.
"He was first stopped by the Saks shop burglar prevention personnel, who identifies people who are trying to get things through cameras," explained Ortiz.
When he reported the facts to the police, the shop guard said he saw the villain of the I Declare Guilty soap opera to remove the hooks with their clothes and put them in a bag of Saks.
The employee indicated that the woman approached the last point of sale and exchanged some things, but did not purchase the items that were kept.
He reported seeing Castro take the goods without paying, then he brought them back to the burglary prevention office.
Gustavo Diaz Ordaz III, husband of the actress, and grandson of the former Mexican president Gustavo Diaz Ordaz, was in the place where she was arrested, details of the police report. He was given her stuff and she stayed with only her cell phone.
How difficult is it for the daughter of #DanielaCastro and his younger brothers, going through this shame! https://t.co/DKHbG0VDeI
– MamásLatinas (@MamasLatinasUSA) September 30, 2018
Then, the protagonist of Cañaveral de Pasiones was transferred from the The Rim shopping center to the San Antonio court, where he stayed for a few hours: Daniela, mother of three children and with a career of over thirty years, did not declare nothing factsCopyright © 2018, Hoy Los Angeles