Former Desert Aquatics Swim Membership coach John Casillas has been added to the U.S. Heart for SafeSport’s database of banned people after an arrest this month.
Casillas was arrested earlier this month on little one stealing expenses, in keeping with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Division. The 31-year-old Casillas was arrested on August 5 and launched on bail. Local police said that they found a missing 16-year-old girl hiding in the bedroom of the house where Casillas and his 62-year-old father lived.
Police tracked down Casillas at a neighborhood nation membership the place he taught swim classes and arrested him. The teenager had been lacking since July 22nd, and authorities say they found that the woman had been speaking with Casillas, who had beforehand coached the teenage woman on the Desert Aquatics Swim Membership.
Casillas now not seems on the Desert Aquatics web site as a coach.
He was added to the U.S. Center for SafeSport’s disciplinary database on Monday, August 24. Casillas is listed underneath a brief suspension with a no-contact directive primarily based on allegations of misconduct.
The U.S. Heart for SafeSport governs investigations into and disciplinary motion taken in opposition to members in all Olympic sports activities in the US. Showing within the banned database means Casillas’ momentary suspension applies to his participation in any Olympic sport in the US.