LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- A man was arrested after police say he threw a boulder at vehicles near a high school on Monday.

According to Clark County School District Police, 36-year-old Ronald P. Castro faces charges of assault with a deadly weapon, resisting a public officer and gross misdemeanor property damage.

36-year-old Ronald P. Castro

36-year-old Ronald P. Castro

The department said traffic officers were working near Liberty High School when a passerby told them someone had thrown a boulder at their moving vehicle.

"Luckily she wasn't injured," police wrote on Facebook. 

A man was arrested after police say he threw a boulder at vehicles near a high school on Monday.

Police said they saw "many extra large boulders" in the road and a man "actively catapulting" the rocks at vehicles.

Castro remains in police custody at the Clark County Detention Center.

An initial court appearance was set for Nov. 30 at 1:30 p.m., according to court records.

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Mexican gangster trash ! Good job law enforcement another loser thug won’t be a homie depot for a yob!


Odds are he's not Mexican, The Latinx community is far more diverse than the media gives it credit for. Only 20% of people with the last name Castro can trace their family back to what we call Mexico today. Other countries with a large number of Castros include Colombia, Brazil, Spain, Philippines, Argentina, Peru, and Venezuela.


Nobody cares about that, he's Mexican gangster trash. Belongs in prison with with the other Mexican gangster trash

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