Arrested last month for physically threatening Public Facilities Director Craig Nadrizny at the Wonderland of Ice, City Councilman Alfredo Castillo has now been ordered by a state judge to stay away from him.
On Wednesday Assistant State’s Attorney Peter Cunniff asked Superior Court Judge Ndidi Moses to issue an order for no contact.
Castillo turned himself into police last month charged with a misdemeanor threat against Nadrizny over maintenance work at the Wonderland of Ice skating rinks.
According to Nadrizny’s police complaint, Castillo subsequently “stood in front of” him as he tried to climb back into his vehicle to leave, “pumping his chest” and threatening, “I’m going to kick your a** and don’t make me go street on you!
On Aug. 3 Castillo got in the face of Nadrizny screaming about the maintenance of exterior doors at the venue. The department head notified Castillo that per its lease with the city, Wonderland management is responsible for maintenance.
The facility is located in Castillo’s 136th District.
One of Castillo’s September 14 primary opponents Carmen Nieves has also filed a harassment complaint against him asserting he body shamed her last month at the Margaret Morton Government Center on Broad Street.