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reported events that occurred at 4414 Sullivan Street on August 23rd, 2011

Police responded to 4414 Sullivan St. near Dell Range Boulevard and College Drive in northeast Cheyenne just before 11 p.m. after getting a report of screaming and possible shots fired. Two women were taken to a hospital Tuesday night where one died and another remained in critical condition, Dafoe said. A man was found dead in the residence. Authorities arrested Nathaniel Castellanos, 32, of Cheyenne, at the scene. Sgt. Rob Dafoe of the Cheyenne Police Department said Castellanos was booked into jail on murder charges. Cindy Hill, state superintendent of public instruction, said Wednesday that Castellanos is employed with the Wyoming Department of Education as a records and data management specialist. Castellanos denied the charges, claiming an unknown assailant was responsible despite being identified by the surviving victim as the shooter. The surviving victim testified she saw Nathaniel Castellanos shoot two people before he shot her. At the time of the crime the surviving victim asked him, "Why are you doing this to us?" "All he said was 'because someone's got to do it,'" the surviving victim told jurors. The three victims went to a bar in Cheyenne that night and ordered beer. Castellanos joined them at their table. The surviving victim said she met Castellanos for the first time that night. Earlier testimony indicates that Castellanos and McIntosh had a casual relationship at one time. He had texted her and invited them to join him at the bar. At some point, the four agreed to leave the bar and go to Castellanos’ home at 4414 Sullivan St. The victims followed Castellanos in Walker’s car. They stopped at a liquor store and bought beer before they reached the bi-level home in northeast Cheyenne. After visiting outside on the patio for a while, Castellanos asked if they wanted to get marijuana, she said. The surviving victim said she and the other two didn’t want it, but she called someone to get the marijuana. They planned to meet him at a Cheyenne supermarket, and all left in one car. When Castellanos said he wanted to meet the person with the marijuana, that didn’t sit well with the surviving victim. “I thought he was really shady, maybe an informant,” she said. She texted the man who was going to provide the marijuana and called off the deal. When they got there, everyone except Castellanos went inside and walked up the stairs to the dining and kitchen area. Then the surviving victim saw Castellanos run up the stairs and shoot the adult male victim, she said. “He dropped to the floor.” “The female victim instantly started crying” and was trying to tell him to call 911 to help the adult male victim. The surviving victim saw the other female victim crouch over a bit and put her hands out in a defensive way. “Castellanos was yelling at the female victim, ‘You stupid, lying bitch. How could you do this to me? Don’t you love me?’” the surviving victim said. “It all happened so fast,” she said. “He was yelling, she was crying. After that, he shot the female victim. “Then he shot me over here,” she said, pointing at her left cheek near her mouth. After she asked him why he did it, he shot her again, she said. The next thing she remembered was waking up in late September and not knowing why she was in the hospital. She had been in a medically-induced coma. In other testimony, Dr. Ken Winston, a brain surgeon at Denver Health Hospital, explained the surviving victims injuries. He treated her and performed three of the four surgeries she has had since she was shot. He said she was shot twice in the face and that one bullet entered her brain. Its fragments caused a serious infection and abscess. Nathaniel Castellanos was convicted of the shooting deaths of 25-year-old Megan McIntosh and 21-year-old Corey Walker, as well as the shooting of of 24-year-old Amber McGuire in August of 2011.



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