Danbury Police: Violation of a Protec...

Danbury Police: Violation of a Protective Order, Burglary

There are 7 comments on the Patch.com story from Feb 25, 2013, titled Danbury Police: Violation of a Protective Order, Burglary. In it, Patch.com reports that:

Danbury Police charged Jesse Castillo, 31, Candlewood Lake Road, Brookfield, with three counts of criminal violation of a protective order and one count of first-degree burglary.

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Gina muzzillo

Springfield, NJ

#1 Feb 25, 2013
I know Jesse Castillo Personally i know in my heart he should not be faceing these charges. I think they should look more into these cases before charging someone serious felony charges in assuming if not true. This is a sucessful mans life behind bars in it could ruin this mans life for false accustations. To all out there who know Jesse Castillo PLEASE PRAY . Thank you
Edwin Soto

Springfield, NJ

#2 Feb 25, 2013
From what I know about Jesse, he's a could guy. Hard worker. In may need therapy NOT JAIL TIME! A man with his credit ability in sucess should deserve another chance rather than spend jail time for.. Somethings that could be taken care off in other ways. FREE JESSE
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Norwalk, CT

#3 Feb 25, 2013
Lock up Jesse
Concerned citizen

Douglas, MA

#4 Feb 26, 2013
Cases like these are very sad to read. A women that doesn't stay away from the man that she claims she "loves", yet love is not ruining that individuals life by locking him up. It may not be her fault if outsiders call the cops on them during an argument, but its both their faults when he's locked up. Her for not walking away or taking a break and his for not staying. Many domestic cases can be avoided by seeking more help than just the help that is given though CT judicial system. One should seek further help and counseling on their own, you yourself can change your future and what the outcomes of your own actions maybe. Without going into complete dept into the background and circumstances of the case, since obviously i know nothing more than what is posted through the newspapers... i can tell that this could have been avoided by just walking away, even if that means walking away from the one you love. Sad, but true.. these individuals have only ruined their own future. This will put a damper on finding a job, which than will result in lack of income to support themselves and eventually will lead to future crimes. This individual, if he doesn't change will be a mere percentage in CT recidivism rate of repeat offender.
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Norwalk, CT

#5 Feb 26, 2013
Once a criminial always one right?
Concerned citizen

Douglas, MA

#6 Mar 1, 2013
Uh hahahahahahahahahahaha wrote:
Once a criminial always one right?
not really, there are many rehabilitation programs and a many individuals who have changed. If two people bring themselves to act in such ways, its their insecurities that's the issue. In CT a man is always seen as being unjust and once a women cries wolf, the man will automatically be the one who is distress. She's just as bad, going back, accepting it... she must either love the pain, or the attention.. Too bad that he doesn't realize he through his life out for someone he will most likely not be with for long.
Many men are just ignorant children who will only learn life's mistakes after trowing them in a cage. I say its both their faults!
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Norwalk, CT

#7 Mar 2, 2013
I recommend looking at the re-arrest and re-in prisoned states. Over 90% of people, both men and women, that have been put in prison for one reason or another, served their time and released are back in prison within a year. Most of the time for the same crime. So like I said once a criminal always a criminal.

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