Texan Accused of Cyber-Stalking and Murder Dies in Jail

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Texan Accused of Cyber-Stalking and Murder Dies in Jail

A Texan who was indicted on capital murder charges after being accused of cyber-stalking real estate agents and threatening to sexually assault their children has died in jail. 

Andy Castillo was “released deceased” from the Lubbock County Detention Center on Friday at 4:33pm. Officials from the Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office haven’t revealed how the 58-year-old former resident of Lubbock met his end, but did say that Castillo was at the University Medical Center when he died. 

Castillo was charged in January 2020 over the cyber-harassment of realtors in the Waco area. He allegedly used apps to mask his identity before sending the realtors sexually explicit images and videos from multiple phones.

Castillo was further accused of downloading photos of realtors’ children from social media and sending these images to the realtors along with graphic descriptions of the ways in which he wanted to

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