Phony Gun and Fake Bills Located on Reportedly ‘Suspicious’ Person Near Richmond Business


A Berea man that was allegedly walking around a Richmond business ‘suspiciously’ with what looked to be a handgun ended up behind bars this week. According to police, a light colored SUV was seen leaving the business with 44 year old Adam Castle driving.

The citation details that when stopped by officers, a plastic gun and supposed drug paraphernalia was seen in the passenger seat. Officers then determined that Castle was wanted on a warrant for a probation violation as well as contempt of court, which led to a search of the SUV.

A lockbox was allegedly located with syringes and a digital scale, as well as counterfeit bills. He was arrested and lodged in the Madison County Detention Center.