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Grand jury indicts Cape man accused in stabbing death; Facing charge of murder

By Staff | Oct 17, 2008

A teen accused of stabbing his female neighbor in her Cape Coral duplex building was indicted on charges of first-degree murder, grand theft of a motor vehicle and first-degree burglary with assault or battery by a Lee County grand jury Thursday.

Andrew Castor, 19, 1122 Country Club Blvd., Unit B, allegedly killed 19-year-old Bianca Marela Meza Interiano, who lived in the other unit of the building, in her home Aug. 2. He reportedly stabbed Interiano to death, then staged a robbery of her home and car.

Castor was initially charged with second-degree homicide and grand vehicle theft.

He is being held without bond, and will be arraigned on the new charges Oct. 27.