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Watertown woman cited with trespassing at store


Despite being warned that she could be arrested for re-entering the Salvation Army store, outer Arsenal Street, a woman went back in Wednesday morning, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department.

Gloria A. Castillo, 74, of 336 W. Main St., Apt. 307, was charged with trespassing and was released to await arraignment in Watertown Town Court.

A deputy reported that Ms. Castillo was told on July 4 not to return to the store after she had a loud argument with an employee. She returned to the store about 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, and after again having a loud exchange with an employee, was asked to leave. The deputy spoke with her outside, and when she was warned that she could be arrested, she replied that she did not care, the deputy said.

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