FORT WAYNE, Ind. (www.incnow.tv) --- We have now learned that another of Ariel Castro's children lived here in Fort Wayne, and apparently recently visited the Cleveland home where Castro is accused of crimes related to the confinement of three women and a young child for up to ten years.
Earlier, 21-Alive news reported that Ariel Castro's son Anthony worked for the Journal-Gazette in Fort Wayne for a period of several years.
The man's daughter Emily was sentenced to prison through the Allen County court system for slashing the throat of her infant child.
Now comes word that Angie Gregg, another daughter of Ariel Castro, was also a one-time resident here in the city.
Her maiden name was Angie Castro.
Photos from her Facebook page show her pictured with her brother Anthony and sister Emily.
A Facebook photo that is particularly interesting shows Angie pictured with two young kids, as they stand in front of a home identified or "tagged" as Ariel Castro's house in Cleveland.
That's where police say 27-year old Amanda Berry and her 6-year old daughter, along with 23-year old Gina DeJesus and 32-year old Michelle Knight were held captive for between 8 and 10 years.
Ariel Castro comments on multiple photos and appears in some pictures on Angie Gregg's Facebook page.
We know Gregg lived in Fort Wayne based on property tax records.
They show Gregg and her husband Samuel owned a property at 532 Constance Avenue on the city's northside near Glenbrook Mall.
Other records indicate they lost the home to foreclosure in January of this year.
There was a lock on the front door when we visited the place during the noon hour on Wednesday.
Nobody answered when we knocked.
Though Angie Gregg apparently visited her father's home as recently as March 31st, it is not clear whether she ever went inside, or had knowledge of the four victims being held prisoner.
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