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New Jail Logs: Ariel Castro watching TV, refusing meds

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The Cuyahoga County Jail has released new logs from the guards monitoring Ariel Castro. 

Castro now has a TV in his cell. The TV for Castro comes in and out of his cell on a table with wheels.

19 Action News is still reviewing the latest logs, but a guard notes on one page that Castro has a television in his cell and there are many entries about him watching TV.

The documents also show Castro has repeatedly refused medication. He has requested showers and the opportunity to clean his cell. He has refused a razor.

Castro was just moved to a new cell in recent days after being removed from suicide precaution.

Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were rescued from Ariel Castro's Seymour Avenue home on May 6. Castro is charged with the kidnapping and rape of the three women. 

Castro is currently jailed on $8M bond.

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