Victim of a shooting 4600 block of Ironton

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Victim of a shooting 4600 block of Ironton

On Saturday, July 28, 2018 at 7:16 p.m. Beaumont Police Officers responded to a victim of a shooting call in the 4600 block of Ironton. When Officers arrived they located a victim who was suffering from a gunshot wound and advised that the suspect left on foot armed with several weapons. A permitter was set as officers searched for the suspect, but were unsuccessful in locating him. The victim was transported to St. Elizabeth and listed as critical.

Through the investigation officers learned that there was a verbal argument between the victim and the suspect who knew each other, which escalated to the suspect shooting the victim.

The suspect is identified as H/M Angel Marquez Ramirez, age 67 from Beaumont. Ramirez was not located and is considered armed and dangerous. He was last seen wearing white plaid colored shirt, blue jeans with tennis shoes and a light blue/grey baseball cap as seen in the below picture.

If you have any information as to his location, please contact the Beaumont Police Department at 409-832-1234 or Southeast Texas Crime Stoppers at 409-833-TIPS (8477).

By |2018-10-25T12:50:40+00:00July 28th, 2018|Police Department, Public Safety Press Releases|Comments Off on Victim of a shooting 4600 block of Ironton

About the Author:

James Cody Guedry is a Sergeant with the Beaumont Police Department. Sgt. Guedry is the supervisor of the Police Community Relations Unit. He obtained a bachelors degree from Lamar University in 2005 and is a certified instructor in many different areas. He is also a Team Leader on the Beaumont Police SWAT Team and a member of the Honor Guard.