Man Arrested in Gunshot wound Case in Calhoun
Wednesday, June 13, 2018- 9:09 a.m.
STAFF REPORTS
 
On May 18 Calhoun police were dispatched to a location on Camelot Cir in response to a 911-hang-up call. 
 
When officers arrived at the scene it was found out that there had been a gunshot and one was taken to the hospital according to Calhoun Police. 
 
Officers were told that a woman and her boyfriend reportedly got into a vehicle of a friend after they had called him. 
 
Reportedly, 30-year old Jeffery Allan Castillo of a Blaine, Mn. Address fired two shots and left a wound in the left arm and right leg. 
 
U.S. Marshalls in Minnesota was made aware of the situation and on June 11, Castillo was taken into custody on charges of Armed Robbery, Aggravated Assault, and Aggravated Battery. 
 
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Two men are arrested for credit card fraud in separate incidents, a man is charged with criminal damage to property, another man allegedly fought officers, and police make several drug arrests.