Suspects Arrested in Equipment Robbery Released on Bond

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

MIDLAND - New developments in the burglary and vandalism of a Midland County trucking company.

Two men accused in the crime are back on the streets after posting bond.

19-year-old Jorge Natera and 17-year-old Uber Galindo Mendoza have both been charged with engaging in organized criminal activity and burglary of a vehicle.

The sheriff's office says they are just two of the people responsible for the damage and burglary at Permian Trucking and Hot Shot Company last month.

Sheriff Gary Painter says there are warrants out for two other suspects, 17-year-old Jesus Castenada and 20-year-old Marcus Rodriguez.

Authorities recovered about $1,300 worth of the company's equipment, out of $3,200 stolen.

Investigators also believe some juveniles were involved, but no word if they've been found.