Alvino Martinez Ramos was jailed on Monday for sexual assault charges in San Angelo. Registered as a sex offender, he allegedly forcibly touched a 14-year-old girl as she tried to sleep.
The 35-year-old man had been caught after an inmate from a Texas prison reported it to a correctional officer, stating that his daughter had been sexually assaulted.
Local authorities realised this alleged assault on April 21st, when a desk duty officer took the phone call from Lieutenant Leighton of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice in Childress. SAPD detective Bobby Elrod states, “Lt. Leighton told her he had received information from an inmate…that his daughter…had been sexually assaulted by the defendant.”
The 14-year-old girl, who had been found by Officer Delaughter, frantically told him of her sexual abuse, reporting it taking place on April 19, situating Ramos as the offender. The Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Kay Longest issued a warrant for his arrest. He was booked into county jail on April 27 and is being held in under a $75,000 bail fee.
Having previously committed acts of sexual abuse in Tom Green County in 2004 when assaulting a 23-year-old female, he was sentenced to eight years deferred adjudication probation. Although a motion to revoke probation was filed by the 51st District Attorney’s Office, Ramos’ probation was ordered to continue through August 2005 until a second motions to revoke was filed in May 2006.
Ramos pled guilty to both violating his probation and failure to comply. He was sentenced to four years in prison. Subsequently he was released on September 2nd 2011.
State records specify he registered as a sex offender on March 12 2014, listing his address at the 1400 block of Koberlin.
Before being detained, Ramos additionally had four warrants out for his arrest, including theft, possession of a controlled substance, two capias warrants and unlawful carrying of a firearm.
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