Newark – Injuries, Charges After Armed Assault
Newark Police issued an arrest warrant after an altercation that happened Saturday afternoon, March 21 in the city’s North Ward.
According to reports from police officers who responded at the scene, 42 year-old Edward Ramos from Washington, NJ, was in a domestic quarrel with a woman when he struck her with his fist, pointing a handgun at her soon after. Ramos then fled the scene.
After investigation, Ramos was charged with Aggravated Assault, Terroristic Threats and weapon possession under the state’s Domestic Violence laws.
Edward Ramos has been identified as a suspect by detectives investigating the incident. A warrant for his arrest has been issued. Police are seeking the public’s help in locating Ramos.
We would like to send our sympathies to the victim injured in this incident.
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