Tulsa Judge Moves Arraignment for Former Victory Christian Employee

      A Tulsa judge postponed arraignment Monday for a former Victory Christian Center employee on sex crime charges.

      Former Victory Christian Center janitor Israel Castillo is charged with making lewd or indecent proposal to a child. He has pleaded not guilty.

      At his court appearance on Monday, the judge decided to pass his arraignment to Jan. 22

      The 23-year-old Castillo allegedly sent explicit Facebook messages to a 14-year-old girl he had known for at least two years.

      In another case - former church employee Chris Denman pleaded guilty Oct. 29 to six felony charges, including rape, related to three underage girls. He was charged in the August rape of a 13-year-old in a church stairwell before a church service.

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