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Thursday, December 15, 2011

[AZ] Officer Ramirez charged with aggravated assault of his wife and unlawfully firing his weapon

...OFFICERS ARRESTED [PHOENIX POLICE ARMANDO RAMIREZ] RAMIREZ FOR ALLEGEDLY ASSAULTING HIS WIFE AND DISCHARGING A FIREARM...  

PHOENIX OFFICER ACCUSED OF ASSAULTING WIFE IN CASA GRANDE
Tucson Citizen
by William Hermann
Dec. 13, 2011
[Excerpts] A Phoenix police officer who is also a Marine reservist and recently returned from a combat tour in Afghanistan has been arrested on charges of assaulting his wife and discharging a firearm. A Casa Grande police spokesman said Armando Ramirez was arrested Saturday and booked into a Pinal County jail on one count of aggravated assault/domestic violence, one count of disorderly conduct with a weapon and one count of unlawful discharge of a weapon... [Phoenix police spokesman Sgt. Trent] Crump also said Ramirez had previously served 10 years in the Marines and, since joining the Phoenix police, has done a combat tour in Iraq and a recent seven-month stint in Afghanistan... Ramirez has been placed on paid administrative leave and assigned to his home by the Professional Standards Bureau until an investigation is completed... Crump said he had spoken on the telephone with Ramirez. “He said to me that he loves his family very much and is going to do everything possible to make this right,” he said... [Full article here]

PHOENIX POLICE OFFICER ACCUSED OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
azfamily.com
by Jennifer Thomas
azfamily.com
Posted on December 13, 2011
[Excerpts] A Phoenix police officer was arrested on domestic violence charges in Casa Grande over the weekend. Police officers responded to multiple calls of a gunshot in the 1900 block of North Renford Lane early Saturday morning. Police said Casa Grande resident Armando Ramirez, 37, discharged a firearm during a domestic dispute. No one was injured by the gunshot. After further investigation, officers arrested Ramirez for allegedly assaulting his wife and discharging a firearm. Ramirez was booked into the Pinal County Jail for one count of aggravated assault/domestic violence, one count of disorderly conduct with a weapon, and one count of unlawful discharge of a weapon... [Full article here]
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