Cops determined that he'd been camping out in the attic and coming down at night through a door in the teen's bedroom closet, according to the report.
A mother returned home last weekend and found a stranger standing at the top of the stairs. When she told him to leave the house, he instead made a b-line for her daughter's bedroom.
He hid in an attic space in the daughter's bedroom as the woman called the police.
Castro and the 14-year-old had previously tried to runway together, and he was warned to stay away from her, according to the arrest affidavit.
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However, Castro was arrested again for violating a protection order, trespassing and unlawfully entering a home when a neighbor saw him walking toward the 14-year-old's home on Thursday, Mt. Juliet Police Department revealed in a statement shared on Facebook.
When officers arrived and searched the home they discovered the 18-year-old hiding in the attic crawl space, laying on the ceiling rafters.
Mt. Juliet police had to use force when arresting the man, who they said refused to leave the residence.
He was charged with one count of aggravated criminal trespass and warned to have no further contact with the child.
The 14-year-old was also known to local police from a previous "unruly runaway investigation" according to police reports.