YouTuber wanted by police for trespassing SpaceX launch site in Texas

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Wednesday, May 12, 2021
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The YouTuber, who was last seen in Conroe, issued an apology on his channel after he said some followers were offended by his crime. Here is what he had to say.

CONROE, Texas (KTRK) -- An arrest warrant has been issued for a YouTuber after he filmed himself at a SpaceX Starship launch site in Texas, according to Cameron County Sheriff Eric Garza.

Cesar L. Galaviz posted a video of himself, to his YouTube channel called LocoVlogs, touring a SpaceX facility in south Texas without consent.

The video was taken down from Galaviz's channel, but another user reposted it.

Since then, Galaviz has publicly apologized to his followers.

"I've done something bad and it was not my intention to do it," he says in the video. "Yes, it was wrong. Yes, it was illegal, but in my eyes, in that moment, I didn't really think about that."

He also said he thought it was a cool opportunity to take his fans along with him on something he may not have had the chance to do again.

"What went through my mind was that I'm never going to get this opportunity again, and I went for it," Galaviz said.

According to Garza, Galaviz was last seen in Conroe. He is being charged with criminal trespassing.

The video above is from a previous story.

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