Wisconsin’s Most Wanted: US marshals are looking for Arturo Ramirez, charged with sexually assaulting children
The U.S. Marshals Task Force and the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office are searching for Arturo Ramirez, wanted for a second degree sexual assault on a child.
MILWAUKEE – Seven years ago, Milwaukee County MPs encountered a young girl who needed help.
“A drunk young woman was dropped off at the Milwaukee County Jail and we called paramedics to check her status,” said a member of the US Marshal Fugitive Task Force.
When the girl was helped, the officers found that something terrible had happened to her.
“Investigators found that she was attacked by two adult men on the south side of Milwaukee,” said the marshal.
One of the two suspects was convicted of the May 2014 crime – while the other suspect, identified as Arturo Ramirez, has since been on the run.
“The US Marshals Task Force and the Milwaukee County’s Sheriff’s Office are looking for Arturo Ramirez,” the US Marshal said. “He is wanted for second degree sexual assault on a child – and that child is not yet 16 years old.”
Ramirez is described as six feet tall, weighs 280 pounds, and has multiple tattoos on his left and right arms. He is considered armed and dangerous with previous connections to a known street gang. Ramirez is nicknamed the “Big Beast”.
“We have a DNA link that links Mr. Ramirez to the actual crime,” the marshal explained.
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Efforts to find Ramirez have failed. According to the authorities, Ramirez is aware of the arrest warrant. It has strong connections with the south side of Milwaukee and the city of Chicago.
If Ramirez watches, he will be asked to face.
“It is time to get it over with, to take responsibility. Let the victim get the justice it deserves, ”said the marshal.
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