Gabriel Ramos

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Service Record

Agency Elk Grove California Police Department
Rank Sergeant[1]
Salary $215,892 (2019)[2]
Last Known Status Active

Incident Reports

2017 Search of Jared Hara and Stephanie Miura

On September 26, 2017, Ramos and Officer Rodjard Daguman assisted in Officer Rene Olague's investigation into a motorcycle crash. The officers placed Hara in handcuffs and detained his girlfriend, Miura. The officers then entered the couple's house without consent and performed a search. Hara and Miura were released and no charges were filed.[3]

Hara and Muira filed a complaint with the department.[3]

On July 2, 2018, the complaint of misconduct was sustained, which the department defines as having "sufficient evidence to establish that the act occurred and that it constituted misconduct". [3]

On October 3, 2018, Hara and Miura sued the three officers for entering the house without a warrant and probable cause, in violation of their Fourth Amendment rights.[3][4]

On December 12, 2018, the City Council voted to defend the lawsuit rather than settle.[3]

On December 27, 2018, court records show that the case was settled.

2021 Sexual Assault

On April 21, 2021, Ramos was one of several officers who responded to a woman's call about a theft in progress. After officers took the woman's statement, Ramos asked for her phone number so he could "follow up" with her.[5]

Ramos called the woman repeatedly, asking personal questions and finally requesting sex. When she initially refused, Ramos threatened her son, after which she complied.[5]

After Ramos left, the woman called the police, who took her to the hospital and collected DNA samples.[5]

Department Response

Legal Action

On December 10, 2021, the woman filed a lawsuit for violation of her rights under the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments, and other state charges.[5][1]

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