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Illegal Alien Vigilante Bar Killer Sentenced To Time Served And Free Airplane Ride To Dominican Republic

CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A Dominican Republic man who reportedly shot and killed the perpetrator of a deadly nightclub shooting on St. Thomas has been sentenced to no additional prison time in connection to the incident.

Charlie Manuel Castillo Borg, 27, of Santo Domingo, with no legal status in the United States, was sentenced to time served in custody, U.S. Attorney Gretchen C.F. Shappert said today.

Castillo Borg has been detained under custody by local and federal authorities since December 31, 2019. He was also ordered to forfeit the firearm he unlawfully possessed.

According to court documents, on December 22, 2019, a shooting occurred at the Executive Night Club, Bar and Restaurant located at Contant #38, St. Thomas.

Surveillance video from the incident collected at the scene shows a male subject, later identified with the initials I.D.A., open the door of the Executive Night Club, Bar and Restaurant and discharge a firearm into the establishment.

Immediately thereafter, the surveillance video records the defendant, Charlie Manuel Castillo Borg, shooting the firearm at I.D.A., striking him several times.

Medical personnel later pronounced I.D.A. dead at the scene.

SHOOTING VICTIM: Ivan de Aza of San Francisco de Macorís, Dominican Republic

Police Commissioner Trevor Velinor identified the dead man with the initials I.D.A. as “Ivan de Aza” at a press conference held after the incident.

A query conducted by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services found that the defendant Charlie Manuel Castillo Borg is an illegal alien in the United States.

Castillo Borg will be deported back to the Dominican Republic as a result of the sentencing.

This case was investigated by the Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD) in conjunction with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

It was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Juan Albino.

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