A judge in downtown LA Friday ordered a suspected serial burglar arrested near Malibu Creek State Park last week to be held with no bail.
Anthony Rauda, 42, is accused of violating the terms of his, "Post Release Community Supervision," or PRCS, and is set to return to court next month to address the allegations.
No new criminal charges have been filed yet in connection with the burglaries.
Rauda was caught by LA County Sheriff's Major Crimes Bureau detectives in a wilderness area north of the park Oct. 10 after a series of unusual early-morning break-ins, during which an armed, masked burglar stole food from a number of buildings in the area.
Major Crimes and Sheriff's Homicide Bureau detectives are also investigating whether Rauda could be responsible for a series of seemingly-random shootings in the same area over the last two years, including the killing of a camper in June.
Tristan Beaudette was shot to death at the park while he slept next to his 2- and 4-year-old daughters in a closed tent.