Authorities have arrested a vicious illegal alien thug for a brutal assault on a Colorado woman in which she was almost killed earlier this month.
Previously deported MS-13 gangsta Angel Ramos managed to sneak back into the country to resume his criminal activity which in this case was attempted murder.
The 36-year-old Ramos (who is wanted for murder in El Salvador) was riding in a car with a woman who he stabbed with a screwdriver and then attempted to run over when she jumped out. He also tried to put her into the trunk before fleeing the scene.
Fortunately, she survived because she would have likely been raped, murdered and ground into taco meat by the thug and his MS-13 buddies had she not been able to escape.
— FOX31 Denver KDVR (@KDVR) November 12, 2017
Via Denver Fox affiliate KDVR “MS-13 gang member arrested in Fort Collins for attempted murder”:
A Fort Morgan man is in custody following a violent domestic violence incident last weekend outside of Hillrose.
Angel Ramos, 36, was taken into custody without incident Friday morning in Fort Collins, according to the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office.
Ramos was arrested on a Morgan County District Court warrant charging him with Attempted First Degree Murder, Kidnapping and other offenses.
The incident occurred late on Saturday, Nov. 4, in the 34000 block of Co Rd X. The victim, a Fort Morgan resident, was stabbed with a screwdriver and jumped from her moving vehicle to escape Ramos.
The car ran over her leg after she landed on the ground. Ramos attempted to put her into the trunk before finally fleeing.
The victim was treated and released for her injuries.
A search warrant served on Ramos’ residence disclosed a passport and a number of fake documents with other names.
It was determined Ramos is a confirmed MS-13 gang member and is currently wanted for homicide in the country of El Salvador, according to authorities.
Ramos is cooling his heels in the Larimer County jail until he can get acquainted with the nice officers from ICE who will once again give this scumbag the heave-ho.