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In June 2016, Jungerman was arrested again on charges of harrassment and first-degree attempted burglary for bursting in on people who were living in a bunkhouse on his property in Vernon County.
On the compound are four homes, a warehouse, a three-studio bunkhouse, four windmill wells and a pond.
Camp Four, as it was called, was opened in 2003 as a bunkhouse-style lockup for up to 175 captives.
And guests share two bathrooms, while the bunkhouse has a half-bath.
The two-level building also has a bunkhouse upstairs in a former hayloft that can sleep 10 people.
At about 4:45 that morning, a young Filipino lifeguard living in the ground-floor bunkhouse for Radium staff walked out of the shower and smelled smoke.
Behind the house is a barn and a bunkhouse that sleeps 12.
The Santa Margarita National Historical Site including bunkhouse and nearby chapel, built circa 1810, was home to Pio Pico, Mexico’s last governor of Alta California and other early pioneers.
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: a building in which workers sleep
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