Security guard charged with theft from resort www/privateofficer.com
She initially reported the crimes to the security manager at the resort and he called the Sheriff’s Office. She said her ex-boyfriend, 27 year old Tony Campo, had taken so many things from the resort that he’d “practically decorated his apartment” with them. When detectives went to Campo’s apartment at the 88.9 mile marker of the highway, they indeed found a large amount of property which, over several months, had been reported stolen from the Cheeca Lodge, including furniture, rugs, television sets, electronics equipment, paintings, clothing and tools.
Detectives estimate that the value of the stolen items is over $50,000.00. When questioned about where the items came from, Campo admitted taking them from the report. He was placed under arrest and charged with two counts of grand theft. More charges are expected this week. He was booked into jail.