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Two men have been charged with the destruction of a historic cemetery in Texas earlier this month, is said to have caused an estimated $ 120,000 worth of damage caused after the break up, or knocking over several grave markers.
Female McKinney, 22, Of Eustace, who was the son of the Henderson County court, as the Fox 7 Austin reported, was charged with felony criminal mischief between $30,000 and $150,000. McKinney was released on Friday after he posted bail on a $50,000 bond for the amount.
Tristian Mikel Castillo, 19, of Eustace, was charged with felony criminal mischief between $30,000 and $150,000, KLTV reported. His bond amount was set at $50,000.
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The suspects damaged some 35 of the historic gravesites in the Goshen Cemetery.
Female McKinney, 22, is on the left, and Tristian Mikel Castillo, 19, were charged with the destruction of a historic cemetery in Texas earlier this month. (Henderson County Sheriff’s Office)
“The members of the board, gave us an estimate of probably $3,500 per site, the Henderson County Sheriff’s Botie Hillhouse told KLTV. “So, we’re looking at more than $ 120,000 worth of damage.”
The cemetery is a historical site, which is the last physical evidence of the historic downtown area of Goshen, which was founded after the civil war.
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The first recorded burial was made in the year 1869.
Many of the approximately 450 graves in the cemetery are unmarked. The settlers and of veterans of various U.s. wars, among the dead were buried in graves marked.