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Bankruptcy records show that Castillo and her husband, Luis Beltran Castillo Jr., have filed for bankruptcy four times since 2008, most recently in February. The latest filing lists about 70 creditors who are owed $194,288. The couple also lists $77,760 in assets, primarily their house.
Surprised this doesn't happen more often. Usually, the treasurer of these leagues isn't a financial professional but some parent. When you're dealing with tens of thousands of dollars, quite tempting to dip in here and there. Perhaps the key to not getting caught is to keep the level of embezzlement low.
Well, it's not like the paper serves a major metropolitan area or anything. You can't expect them to have well-trained, seasoned reporters.
Wait, what? Oh. Never mind.
When you consider the local literacy/comprehension rate, I think the term "small market" fits.
Given the poor condition of journalism today, it would be surprising if this reporter was more than 25 years old with at least 2 years professional experience.
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