Man arrested for pulling weapon on teen in Henderson car park


A 47-year-old male was apprehended for pulling a weapon on a teenager in a McDonald’s parking area in Henderson Tuesday.

Police charged Tony Castillo with attack with a fatal weapon.

“It was quite scary,” the 16-year-old boy who had a gun pointed in his face said.

The teenager said his two good friends who are teenage women set out to stroll house from the McDonald’s on Horizon and College, around 3 p.m. when Castillo began feline calling the girls.

“He was like ‘Oh you look good little woman! Why don’t you can be found in my car and I’ll take you house?'” one of the ladies, a 15-year-old, stated.

After the preliminary exchange, the girls went back inside the McDonald’s and asked their male friend to stroll them home, inning accordance with the female victim.

When the 3 teenagers left, Castillo approached them a second time, according to both victims.

“He stated ‘Let me take you and house I’ll take good care of you,'” the teenager girl stated.

The teen boy chimed in. “I asked, ‘Can you please stop?’ And I stated ‘Stop being a pedophile.'”

The circumstance escalated. Inning Accordance With Henderson Cops, Castillo pointed a weapon at the teen kid and started following him.

Henderson cops arrested Castillo hours later on thanks to cellular phone video shot by the teens.

“They had the ability to capture a lot of the situation on their cell phone and collect a description for us which really helped us investigate,” Henderson Police officer Scott Williams stated.

Williams made note of another crucial lesson from the incident.

“If you remain in a verbal argument and you don’t feel safe, call cops and eliminate yourself from that scenario due to the fact that you never ever understand who is on the other end of that argument.”

Authorities stated there was no considerable evidence that might result in extra child enticing charges.

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