LUBBOCK, Texas (KWTX) – Andy Castillo, 57, accused of concentrating on Waco location female serious estate agents and threatening to sexually assault their children and later indicted for funds murder in the deaths of two ladies, has died in jail.
A jail roster entry says Castillo was “released deceased” past Friday.
Authorities have not produced the lead to of his loss of life.
Castillo, who was arrested on Jan. 6, 2020, at a Lubbock home, was originally billed with felony solicitation to dedicate aggravated sexual assault of a boy or girl, but was later on named in a criticism charging stalking, a third-degree felony.
About a 50 %-dozen woman brokers in the Waco spot acquired sexually explicit pictures sent from cellphone numbers they didn’t realize as properly as pictures of their children, evidently copied from social media pages accompanied by descriptions of what the stalker or stalkers would like to do to the children sexually.
The stalker evidently utilized applications to mask the figures from which the illustrations or photos and messages had been despatched, but eventually created a slip-up, neighborhood investigators explained.
McLennan County investigators contacted authorities in metropolitan areas throughout the country which includes Amarillo, El Paso, Lubbock, and San Antonio to figure out no matter if they’ve been given equivalent experiences of cyber-stalking targeting female agents.
The nearby investigation may perhaps also hyperlink to very similar situations in Tucson, Ariz. Anaheim, Berkley, Irvine, San Jose and Santa Clara, Calif Broward County and Daytona Seashore, Fla. New Orleans Reno, Nevada Albany and Manhattan, N.Y. Beaufort, S.C. Seattle, Clean., and Washington, D.C.
In early December 2020 Castillo was indicted for cash murder in the fatalities of two Lubbock girls.
Cynthia Palacio, 21, was killed in 2003 and Linda Carbajal, 21, was murdered in 2004.
Palacio’s partially nude system was found in July 2003 along a rural road.
Carbajal’s entire body was located in April 2004 together a dust highway in northern Lubbock County.
DNA proof recovered at the scene of the murders connected their deaths and in September 2020, investigators disclosed DNA proof from Palacio’s entire body had been linked to Castillo, KCBD in Lubbock claimed.
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