Alleged Meth Dealer Indicted for Nearly 40 Grams of Meth
SAN ANGELO, TX – A Tom Green County Grand Jury in January indicted a suspected drug dealer for manufacturing and delivering methamphetamine.
According to the indictment, Raymond Ramirez, 31, knowingly possessed with intent to deliver methamphetamine in an amount greater than four grams but less than 200 grams.
The indictment came after Ramirez led Tom Green County Sheriff's Deputies on a chase. Here is the original story:
The chase started around the 5500 block of Sherwood Way around midnight on November 25 when deputies spotted Ramirez.
Deputies with the TGCSO had knowledge Ramirez had three outstanding warrants issued for his arrest. On two previous occasions Ramirez had evaded when officers attempted to arrest him.
The arrest warrants issued for Ramirez were for Evading Arrest and Detention with a Vehicle, Possession of a Controlled Substance PG1>=4 grams <200 grams and for a Parole Violation. As deputies approached Ramirez he again attempted to evade arrest. Deputies were able to apprehend Ramirez after a foot pursuit.
During the pursuit deputies observed Ramirez discard several items. Deputies recovered the discarded items thrown by Ramirez which included 39 grams of methamphetamine and two cell phones.
Ramirez is now facing charges of manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance and tampering with physical evidence with intent to impair.
His initial pre-trial is scheduled for March 3 at 2:00 p.m.
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