Unfortunately for him, the theft was caught on a dashboard camera. Its December 2005 and this border patrol agent was supposed to be guarding this truckload of marijuana. Instead, watch as he looks around and helps himself to a 20-pound bundle. You cant deny the embarrassment that comes along with looking at that video tape, Border Patrol spokesman Rob Daniels said. Michael Carlos Gonzalez didnt realize the dashcam was on and he was being video taped as he violated the oath of office he swore to uphold. Its almost unimaginable that you see someone looking right straight at the camera a dash cam on the DPS vehicle. Have the person take the bundle of marijuana put it into a service vehicle back seat and clearly put it into the trunk, Daniels said. Gonzalez called in sick the following day. Investigators say he flew to California and the bundle was never seen again. When the video tape came to light he resigned. He is no longer with us and thats a good thing for taxpayers as well as for those who used to be his coworkers, according to Daniels. Gonzalez is now behind bars just like the criminals he arrested while on the job. Gonzalez was convicted last Monday and will be sentenced June 26th. Because Gonzales was in uniform and had his service weapon during the crime he faces a minimum sentence of five years to life in prison.