Freddy Ramirez Wikipedia, Biography, Wiki, Wife, Age, Son, Esposa

Freddy Ramirez Wikipedia, Biography, Wiki, Wife, Age, Son, Esposa

Freddy Ramirez Wikipedia, Biography, Wiki, Wife, Age, Son, Esposa -: The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) and Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) held a press conference on Monday afternoon to give an update following Alfredo “Freddy” Ramirez’s self-inflicted shooting.

Freddy Ramirez Wikipedia, Biography, Wiki, Wife, Age, Son, Esposa
Freddy Ramirez Wikipedia, Biography, Wiki, Wife, Age, Son, Esposa

Ramirez suffered self-inflicted head wounds from bullets, according to Mark Glass, commissioner of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. “No other shooting victims were injured.”

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I humbly ask for your understanding as we investigate this matter.

“He is critically ill but stable.”

Authorities and sources claimed that Ramirez, 52, shot himself on Sunday after arriving in Tampa for a law enforcement conference in what seemed to be a suicide attempt.

According to two law enforcement sources, Ramirez shot himself while he and his wife were in the car with him while they were stopped on the side of Interstate 75.

According to a statement from Miami-Dade police, he underwent surgery after being taken to Tampa General Hospital and is now in a critical but stable condition. He is expected to live, according to a source familiar with the circumstances.

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement and Florida Highway Patrol are also investigating the shooting.

The Miami-Dade Police Department said in a brief statement issued early on Monday that Tampa police had informed them Ramirez had suffered a “critical injury.”

In a brief statement, Miami-Dade police asked that people remember him in their prayers.

A senior law enforcement source engaged in the investigation gave the following version of the events leading up to the shooting to CBS News Miami:

The Florida Sheriff Association’s summer meeting, which began on Sunday at the JW Marriott, was why Ramirez and his wife were in Tampa. The two allegedly got into a dispute after leaving the conference’s welcome function and walking outside the hotel at about 6:30 p.m.

According to the law enforcement source, a bystander claimed to have seen Ramirez threatening suicide.

According to the source, “A citizen saw him take out his gun and put it in his mouth.” CBS Miami was told this information.

After being contacted by a bystander, Tampa police questioned Ramirez and his wife.

Since the call was made anonymously and both parties disagreed that Ramirez had made a suicide threat, no witnesses were prepared to cooperate with police.

Because of this, Tampa police decided against placing Ramirez under arrest or applying the state’s Baker Act to compel Ramirez’s admission to a mental health facility for a period of 72 hours, which would have been the usual course of action if officers had reason to believe the subject posed a threat to themselves or others.

“There wasn’t enough evidence to do anything,” the insider said.

The hotel personnel asked Ramirez and his wife to leave when they returned to their room and informed them that they were no longer able to stay at the Marriot.

On Sunday night, while they were traveling from the motel back to Miami, Ramirez pulled over to the side of I-75 in Tampa’s Riverview neighborhood and shot himself in the head. The degree of Ramirez’s injuries is still unknown, but the source claims that he might lose vision in one eye.

It is unknown why he may have attempted suicide.

Two months ago, Ramirez proclaimed that he and Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava would both run as Democrats for sheriff in the forthcoming election.

Former Miami-Dade mayor Carlos Gimenez was appointed to the position of police director in 2020.

Levine Cava elevated Ramirez to acting chief of public safety two years later, giving him the authority to oversee Miami-Dade Fire Rescue and the police department. Later, he was offered the position on a long-term basis.

In a written statement made public on Monday, the mayor’s office claimed that she had gone to Tampa to visit Director Ramirez and his family in the hospital.

According to her, Chief Ramirez suffered a devastating injury in Tampa yesterday and is currently hospitalized in critical but stable condition. The only thing that counts right now is Chief Ramirez’s health, and I’m praying for him to get better quickly along with his family, friends, and extended Miami-Dade County and Miami-Dade Police Department families.

The Miramar Police Department also issued a statement endorsing Ramirez.

The business sent the following message on social media: “We come together sending positive energy and strength his way.” “May Director Ramirez find the courage and perseverance to overcome this obstacle, and may his recovery be efficient and complete.”

The deputy director of the MDPD, Stephanie Daniels, has been named as interim head of police.

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