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Judge Orders Former Tulsa Church Employee To Stand Trial On Sex Charge

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Israel Castillo leaving the courtroom with his lawyer. Israel Castillo leaving the courtroom with his lawyer.
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A former Tulsa church employee accused making a lewd proposal to a minor, a 15-year-old girl has been ordered to stand trial on the charge.

Israel Castillo, 23, was in a Tulsa County courtroom Thursday morning.

A second charge of using a computer to facilitate a sex crime was dismissed by the judge.

9/28/2012 Related Story: Castillo Pleads Not Guilty In Victory Christian Sex Abuse Scan

Castillo is one of two former employees of Tulsa's Victory Christian Center who are accused of sex crimes.

The other, Chris Denman, 20, plead in late October to six counts including rape of a 13-year-old girl, lewd molestation of a 15-year-old girl and making a lewd proposal to a 12-year-old girl.

10/29/2012 Related Story: Former Victory Christian Center Employee Pleads Guilty To Rape

Denman will be back in court on December 12th. Castillo will return to court on December 10th.

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