Ariel Castro’s Family Gets His Vehicles, Other Property

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CLEVELAND–A Cuyahoga County judge granted a motion that will return vehicles and other property to members of Ariel Castro’s family.

The judge ruled that the family will get seven vehicles, a car, SUV, truck and four motorcycles.

They will also receive a neck chain, wallet, watch, belt, white hat, fabric pouch, and a photo of his daughter.

They did not receive $238 that was found in his wallet. The money was kept by the state.

The property was transferred to the family as part of the plea deal the prosecutor’s office made with Castro.

As part of that deal, Castro plead to hundreds of charges including rape and kidnapping.

Castro kidnapped Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight and held them captive for about a decade.

The women escaped in May.

Castro was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole plus 1,000 years.

He began serving his sentence in August, and a month later he committed suicide inside his prison cell.

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