Elk Grove California Police Department
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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.
Hara and Muira filed a complaint with the department.
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". 
On December 12, 2018, the City Council voted to defend the lawsuit rather than settle.
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.
Ramos called the woman repeatedly, asking personal questions and finally requesting sex. When she initially refused, Ramos threatened her son, after which she complied.
After Ramos left, the woman called the police, who took her to the hospital and collected DNA samples.
- Doe v. City of Elk Grove et al , PacerMonitor
- Gabriel Ramos Police Sergeant Elk Grove, govSalaries
- Minor motorcycle accident leads to civil rights, Fourth Amendment violation by Elk Grove Police lawsuit contends, Elk Grove News, 2018-12-11
- Hara et al v. Elk Grove et al, PacerMonitor
- Chris Thomas, Elk Grove Police officer accused of coercing woman to have sex after she reported crime, ABC10, 2021-12-10