John Castonguay Released From Federal Prison
Evelin Valibayova was reported missing in 2011, and a convicted kidnapper from Quincy named Castonguay has been set for release Wednesday from federal prison. In 1986, Castonguay was found guilty of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a nine-year-old girl from Woonsocket, Rhode Island.
After serving 19 years in prison, Castonguay was released in 2006. However, Norfolk County prosecutors allege that even though Castonguay successfully fought his sex offender status, he still violated a court order by lying to police and parole officers about his employment status.
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Castonguay, a former convicted kidnapper, has made a career out of the sports industry. He was previously player agent and now serves as assistant general manager for the Vancouver Canucks.
Norfolk County prosecutors allege that Castonguay violated a court order to stop working as a handyman in North Quincy by falsifying information to police and federal officials about his work, according to The Quincy News Tribune report. They suspect him of being connected to Evelin Valibayova’s disappearance, who was last seen leaving her apartment on July 16, 2011.
He was found guilty in 1986 of kidnapping a nine-year-old girl from Woonsocket, Rhode Island and served 19 years in prison for this crime before being released on parole in 2006.
John Castonguay is a proud father, husband, grandfather and former professional baseball player with an impressive net worth of $3 million dollars.
John served 19 years in prison after being found guilty of kidnapping and raping a 9-year-old girl in Woonsocket, Rhode Island in 1986. Upon being released on parole, he moved to Quincy where he married and had children.
A Norfolk County prosecutor has named Castonguay a suspect in the 2011 disappearance of Evelin Valibayova, 24, of North Quincy who was last seen stepping off an MBTA Red Line train. Her case remains unsolved but authorities believe she was murdered.
John Castonguay has an estimated net worth of $1-5 million, which he accumulated through his successful career as a politician.
He currently resides at 1 Harvest Rd, Enfield, CT 06082 without children and has lived here for two years.
In this city, the median income ranges from $25-34K and household size is 2.98. The average rent per month is $600 and home values typically fall between $100-149K.
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