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On March 19, 2018, a deputy with Constable Mark Herman’s Office conducted a traffic stop in the 6100 block of Highland Branch Drive.  The driver was identified as Keith Ramirez.  The deputy smelled an alcoholic beverage inside of the vehicle and asked Ramirez to exit to perform further investigation on the driver.  Ramirez refused to obey commands from the deputy and became uncooperative. The deputy moved toward the car door to open it.

 

At this time, Ramirez opened the door, purposefully slammed it into the deputy’s arm and shoulder, knocking him back and causing pain. The deputy quickly regained control of the situation and Keith Ramirez was detained.  Located in the vehicle were 2 plastic baggies containing a clear crystal like substance, believed to be illegal narcotics, which were turned in to the Harris County Forensic Science Center for analysis.

 

“Keith Ramirez was arrested, charged with the Assault of a Peace Officer and booked into the Harris County Jail. His bond is set at $20,000.00 out of the 351st District Court. Additional charges may be filed once lab results are obtained.” – Constable Mark Herman

 


Name:              Keith Ramirez

Date of Birth:    8/22/1989

Charge:            Assault of a Peace Officer

Bond:               $20,000.00

Court:               351st District Court

Status:              Currently in Jail


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