(The AEGIS Alliance) – Police in North Texas apprehended a male suspect they claim accused his wife of being possessed by demons and also threatened to behead her while on a Livestream.
The Wichita Falls Police were dispatched to a disturbance call at a home on the 1400 block of Hayes Street on April 1 at around 11:30 p.m.
This had been the 2nd time police officers had to respond to this house that very same evening, according to KFDX-TV.
A woman at the home informed police officers she had actually been Livestreaming herself 24 hours a day inside her bedroom due to the fact that she feared her spouse who has been identified as Michael Geronimo Ramos. She stated Ramos had gone into her room that evening and then shouted that she’s “possessed with demons,” according to the Wichita Falls Times Record News.
The lady claimed Ramos said, “I’m going to cut your F***ing head off.” Ramos additionally threatened to burn the residence down.
The woman revealed her phone to police officers that displayed a live video conversation with an additional individual on it. The other individual informed police she was on the live conversation when Ramos went into the room and then threatened to behead his partner.
The victim informed police officers she had actually filed for divorce previously the exact same day, and she remained in continuous fear of Ramos since she thought he would murder her.
Ramos, who was present at the scene, apparently confessed to police he had made threats toward his spouse.
When the apprehending police officer got to the Wichita County Jail to book Ramos, because of crowding at the facility, he parked nearby and then strolled Ramos across the street. Ramos apparently took off running and made it around 25 yards prior to him losing his balance and then falling to the ground.
Court records indicate that Michael Ramos has been charged with a terroristic threat of family and household as well as evading police and is being held on a $7,000 bail amount.
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