Crime Police allege death threats, pistol fire by Bridgeton man

16:15  08 january  2020
16:15  08 january  2020 Source:   thedailyjournal.com

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BRIDGETON – Investigative reports on a local man jailed last week in an alleged domestic dispute allege he had threatened to kill his wife and their children before putting a pistol against the head of another man and then firing shots in the air.

Angel Castillo-Rosales, 33, of the first block of Horton Street is set to appear on Friday in Cumberland County Superior Court. The hearing before Judge Joseph Chiarello is to determine whether he remains in the county jail pending trial.

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Castillo-Rosales, a native of Mexico, was in Superior Court on Monday to be apprised of the charges and his rights. Police filed numerous weapons-related charges against him as well as terroristic threat charges when he was arrested after the incident on Dec. 30.

Police say they recovered three pistols, one of which was stolen, along with 16-round magazines that New Jersey classifies as illegal “large capacity” devices; and a “carbine assault rifle,” with 30-round magazines that also are classified as illegal.

Castillo-Rosales has a charge of receiving stolen property related to one of the pistols, police said.

A police affidavit states officers were sent to the area of Horton and Bank streets about 1:38 a.m. on Dec. 30 for a report of gunshots. They found a woman in a car on Horton Street, on her phone and talking to police.

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The woman pointed out Castillo-Rosales on a porch and identified him as her husband and as the person who had been firing a pistol, Officer Mark Yoshioko states in the affidavit.

Police arrested Castillo-Rosales. They reported finding 10 spent shell casings on the front porch of his house.

According to the affidavit, the trouble started while the defendant and his family were at a party on the first block of North Laurel Street. The defendant allegedly left after an incident with his wife, taking his two children home with him.

Another man drove the wife. The defendant allegedly called his wife while she was en route and threatened to kill her and their children, police reported.

The affidavit states that the man who drove her home accompanied her into the house to make sure she was safe. The defendant allegedly told him to leave and threatened to kill him, putting a pistol against his temple, and then following him outside and firing several pistol rounds into the air.

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Police say the defendant admitted to firing the pistol and consented to a search of his home, where police recovered three pistols and a carbine.

Court records list the charges against Castillo-Rosales as: Aggravated assault with a firearm, for allegedly pointing a weapon at someone; two counts of terroristic threats; possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose; unlawful possession of an assault firearm; unlawful possession of a handgun; receiving stolen property; five counts of possession of prohibited weapon/devices, specifically large capacity ammunition magazine; and simple assault.

Police confirmed the arrest on Monday, but said they would not release further information immediately.

Joe Smith is a Philly native transplanted to South Jersey more than 30 years ago. He is a former editor and current senior staff writer at The Daily Journal in Vineland. Have a news tip? Reach out at (856) 563-5252 or jsmith@thedailyjournal.com or follow me on Twitter, @jpsmith-dj. Help support local journalism with a subscription to The Daily Journal.

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