Three (Including One Juvenile) Charged With Burglary In Orange City

Orange City, Iowa — A man, a woman, and a juvenile have been arrested on burglary and other charges after an incident in Orange City.

According to a criminal complaint filed with the Sioux County Clerk of Court’s Office by the Orange City Police Department, 20-year-old Camdyn Wilson of Orange City, 38-year-old Isidro Maldonado, and a juvenile girl are accused of entering a home without permission and then assaulting the responding officer. They were arrested on Tuesday, June 27th.

In his statement, the officer states that a police officer had advised the three earlier that day that they were not allowed at 404 Colorado Avenue Southwest in Orange City. But, shortly after 6:30 p.m., the officer says all three individuals returned to that address and were “causing a disturbance.” He says that when Orange City Police officers attempted to arrest the three individuals they fought with the officers.

The officer also says that when they first arrived at the address, the three had entered without permission.

Wilson and Maldonado were both charged with burglary in the second degree, a class C felony; as well as misdemeanor counts of interference with official acts and simple trespassing. Wilson was also charged with a misdemeanor count of assault on a peace officer.

The girl was charged with Burglary in the first degree a class B felony. She also faces misdemeanor charges of interference with official acts, assault on a police officer, assault on two other officers, and simple trespassing.

If convicted, of a class C felony, the suspects could face up to ten years in prison. It is unknown what penalty the juvenile will face, but if tried as an adult, her class B felony could mean she could face up to 25 years in prison if convicted.

Wilson and Maldonado face a preliminary hearing on Thursday, July 6th.

At last report, Wilson and Maldonado remained in the Sioux County Jail in Orange City in lieu of twin $10,000 bonds. The status of the juvenile was not made public.

The Orange City Police Department says the Sioux County Sheriff’s Office and the Sioux Center Police Department assisted them with this case.