Documents: Ysasaga person of interest violated bond conditions

Documents: Ysasaga person of interest violated bond conditions

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A judge has revoked bond for a man who police have called a person of interest in the 2015 murder of Lubbock teenager, Mark Ysasaga.

Christian Castro, 21, was arrested in April 2016 on felony domestic assault strangulation charges after being accused of assaulting his pregnant girlfriend.

Court documents indicate Castro, who police said led investigators to the body of Ysasaga, violated conditions of his bond.

A capius warrant has been issued for his arrest. Once arrested, he will be held without bail, according to court documents file-marked April 18.

This is a developing story. Will be updated. 

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