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City of Oregon v. DeCastro

On November 23rd, 2022, a complaint was lodged against Jose DeCastro. This resulted in charges of Telecommunications Harassment being filed against Mr. Decastro by the City of Oregon Police Department. He was to be held on a of $2500 if he returned and arrested.

According to the article by Jim Finch from Really Cool News over atReallyCoolSite.org:

The charges stem from a November 2022 incident where Kate Peter and DeCastro were in the side chat for a fundraiser in order to raise bail money for YouTuber Broken System Broken Trust.

Peter offered enough money on behalf of the Masshole Troll Mafia to meet the goal for the bail in exchange for a mod timing out DeCastro. Great Lakes Audits complied with the request, triggering DeCastro.

DeCastro allegedly confronted Great Lakes Audit via direct messages and continued to make threats after Great Lakes Audits asked for no more communication between the two.

Great Lakes Audit went to the police and made a police report, resulting in the warrant that was issued but never carried out since 2022. The charges were listed as “Telecommunications Harassment Knowingly Make Call to Harass or Abuse” and bond was set at $2,500.00.

The warrant has been alive but inactive since then, as DeCastro had not returned to Ohio and Oregon, Ohio, police were not going to extradite the YouTuber.

In September of 2023 Great Lakes Audit made a deal with DeCastro to drop the charges against him in exchange for DeCastro doing a fundraiser for Great Lakes Audit’s on-going legal expenses.

The planned fundraiser never materialized and while Great Lakes Audit claimed that he was going to have the charges against DeCastro lifted, he either never did or he did, and the warrant was never lifted.

It was officially lifted on June 11, 2024, when it was ordered withdrawn, and the case was dismissed without cost. No reason was given for the dismissal of the case.

Due to the unique nature of this case, we are not including it in our DeCastro Scorecard totals.

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City of Ironton v. DeCastro

As of May 1, 2024, there is currently an ACTIVE WARRANT in Ohio for this case according to the Court's website.

Charges were filed by the City of Ironton after Jose Maria DeCastro refused to leave a city building after closing hours, claiming his unpermitted 'training class' was now a 'protest'. After a court date was set regarding a possible violation of conditional release which Mr. DeCastro claimed was a 'set up,' Mr. DeCastro left town and a bench warrant was issued when he failed to appear.

City of Henderson v. DeCastro

On June 19, 2014, Jose Maria DeCastro was charged with Failure to Obey Traffic Control Devices and Failure to Possess Drivers License or Surrender License Upon Demand. Based upon what can be viewed on the City of Henderson's website, it appears Mr. DeCastro failed to appear and the docket shows a Failure To Appear (FTA) Bench Warrant being issued in July. A similar notation also appears with a September 2, 2014, date. In October of 2014 the case was referred to a collection agency. In September of 2021 the City of Henderson appears to have closed the case and purged the warrant.

State of Oregon v. DeCastro (DCR9611703-D)

On December 31, 1995, Jose Maria DeCastro was charged Giving False Information to a Police Officer. According to the attached court record, an Arrest Warrant was issued on May 8, 1996. The record appears to show no activity over the next 8 years and so, between August and September, 2008, the case was DISMISSED and the warrant recalled.

State of Oregon v. DeCastro (DCR9412084-D)

On April 1, 1994, Jose Maria DeCastro was charged Giving False Information to a Police Officer. According to the attached court record, a warrant was issued on July 14, 1994 for Failure to Appear. On July 18, a motion was filed to disqualify the Judge. Another warrant, this time an Arrest Warrant, was issued on February 17, 1995. On June 6, 1999, the case is shown as having been DISMISSED and the warrant quashed.

State of Oregon v. DeCastro (DCR9313738-D)

On December 6, 1993. Jose Maria DeCastro was charged with Theft in the Second Degree, a misdemeanor. According to the attached court record, he was found GUILTY. At one point a Warrant had been issued but was later recalled.

State of Oregon v. DeCastro (CR931476-D)

On September 25, 1995. Jose Maria DeCastro was charged with 2 misdemeanors, Stalking and Disorderly Conduct. According to the attached court record, he was found GUILTY on the stalking charge and took part in a diversion program. There is no disposition shown for the Disorderly Conduct charge. At one point a Warrant had been issued but was later recalled.

State of Alaska vs. Decastro, Jose

On August 24, 1993, Jose Maria DeCastro was charged Driving while License Canceled, Suspended, Revoked, or in Violation of a Limitation which was later amended to No Valid Operators License. At one point a Warrant was issued for Failure To Appear which was later recalled. Plea of No Contest entered. This fits the common definition of a Criminal Traffic Violation and has been tagged as such in our system.

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