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Deported MS-13 gang member stabbed woman, ran her over and tried to put her into trunk: US Marshals

November 14, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Deported MS-13 gang member stabbed woman, ran her over and tried to put her into trunk: US Marshals

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An MS-13 gang member in Colorado, who was being sought after in El Salvador in connection to a murder, was taken into custody on Friday in Fort Collins after spending six days on the run after a brutal assault against a woman last week.

Angel Ramos, 36, was on the lam for six days before U.S. Marshals officials apprehended him,

Ramos, an illegal and MS-13 gang member, has been charged with attempted first-degree murder, second-degree assault, menacing with a weapon, kidnapping, domestic violence and criminal impersonation after an attack that took place on November 4th, FOX31 Denver reported.

U.S. Marshal officials indicated Ramos stabbed the woman with a screwdriver at a residence, before running over her leg after she jumped out of a moving car to flee and also tried to put her into the trunk of the vehicle before escaping from authorities.

Officials filed an arrest warrant four days later, and the Fort Morgan Sheriff’s Office called on U.S. Marshals Service to help track down the suspect.

On Friday, U.S. Marshals received a tip that Ramos was in the Fort Collins area and he was arrested.

The condition of the woman is not clear at this time.

Deputy U.S. Marshal Brian Fielman told Denver7 that if Ramos is found guilty of attempted murder in state court, he will likely serve prison time in Colorado before he is deported to El Salvador.

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