Jaime Ramos: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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Nineteen-year-old Jaime Ramos was identified Thursday morning as one of three suspected bank robbers responsible for leading police on a high-speed car chase after robbing a bank in Stockton, Calif. The three suspects took three women hostages, only two of whom survived. Cops saying Ramos used now-deceased mother Misty Holt-Singh as a human shield during a firefight with police on Wednesday afternoon, reports CBS San Francisco.

Here’s what you should know about him.

1. He’s The Only Surviving Suspect

The names of the other two suspects have not yet been released. In a Stockton Police news conference, it was announced that the first suspect, a 30-year-old Hispanic male, is a documented Nortenos gang member who was driving the vehicle at the time of the shootout. The second deceased suspect, a 26-year-old Hispanic male who was also a documented Nortenos gang member with prior arrests for narcotics and domestic violence, was the primary shooter during the car chase.

When police arrived at the SUV after the 45-minute car chase, the first suspect was already dead. The other was confirmed dead Wednesday evening.

Joe Silva, a spokesman for the Stockton Police Department, says he has never seen anything like the event:

During my 19 years as a law enforcement officer, this is the first time I’ve seen this here in the city of Stockton. So right now, we’re interviewing bank employees, and we’re going to debrief the hostages once they’re OK. We can talk to them to see what exactly transpired in the bank.

2. People Who Say They Knew Him Are Speaking Out on Social Media

On Thursday afternoon, a woman who says she knew Ramos tweeted the above, saying he “couldn’t stay away from the wrong people”.



3. He’s an Associate of Known Nortenos Gang Members

In a news conference delivered by the Stockton Police department, it was announced that Ramos is an associate of known gang members in the Nortenos street gang.

According to NBC Bay Area , all three suspects are “well-documented gang members who had loaded magazines strapped to their bodies, fired hundreds of rounds and riddled at least 14 patrol cars.”

Jose Maldonado claims he saw the robbers taking the three women out of the bank, and said they “didn’t seem to care that there were police all around.” KCRA reports Maldonado’s statement:

They were not afraid. They weren’t going to take no for an answer. These poor women, they were screaming, they were so distraught, so scared.

4. He’s Believed to Have Used Deceased Hostage Misty Holt-Singh as a Human Shield During the Shootout

Police say the following weapons were used by the suspects:
– AK-47 Rifle
– .45 caliber lock hand gun
– .45 caliber Ruger handgun
– 9mm Ruger handgun

In the same news conference, police announced that Ramos was the rear-seat passenger in the car, and suffered no injuries during the shootout. They believe he used the third hostage, Misty Holt-Singh, as a human shield.

Ramos and the two deceased suspects fired the AK-47-style rifles through the windows of the blue SUV during the high-speed chase. During the pursuit, the two bank employees who were held hostage were reportedly thrown or jumped from the vehicle. One of the employees was taken to a nearby hospital with a gunshot wound, while the other was grazed with a bullet.

5. He Was Booked On Homicide, Kidnapping, Robbery and Attempted Murder Charges

Ramos was arrested and booked into the San Joaquin County Jail. Stockton police report that the Ford Explorer the gunmen were driving during the high-speed chase was traveling at speeds up to 100 mph. When the vehicle came to a stop after after security forces successfully disabled it, the firing continued between police and at least one assailant.

At least 14 cars were struck by bullets during the chase, reports ABC News.

Police Chief Eric Jones said the robbers were “no doubt” trying to kill the officers, in a news conference on Wednesday.




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Just to clear it up for you, Mexico is part of North America and therefore Mexicans are American.
This event is horrible because of the fact that one innocent hostage had to die because of the selfishness and greediness of these three cowards. I agree with everyone, because I believe they are scum, and not because they are Mexican but because they are terrible humans. I am Mexican and events like these always makes me feel ashamed, because people are always quick to judge the whole ethnicity group as a whole as if we were all the same. There is violence every where, and any person from any country can be capable of this.


Never be ashamed of who u are! I am white and lived next door to a Mexican family for many years, I cannot tell u enough of my fond memories of them cooking me carne asada, drinking good alcohol they brought me back from Mexico, and many nights talking about life. Their are good and bad in every race.


A good third of this country belonged to Mexico, asshole, until some imperialist asswad told the gullible God-fearing folks who fled Europe for whatever reason that God has a Manifest Destiny for all ye good people, which basically entails taking other people’s land and kicking them off of it.

You are low-life white trash. Even if you are middle class. Even if you are in the 1%. You are low-life white trash. Get used to it, you piece of shit.


Don’t sweat it man, they kno. Only the uneducated would find blame in something so simplistic as race.

Sprint four it

You lost, get over it. We should have taken the entire freaking country and cleansed the SOB. And no, you cant’ have it back!

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