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Friday, July 21, 2017

Man sentenced to 13 years for raping teen

Ramirez pleaded guilty to two counts for his role in summertime sex assault

Judge Thomas Groton III sent Ronaldo Emmanuel Ramirez, 20, of Silver Spring to prison for 13 years on Tuesday in Worcester County Circuit Court for raping and filming the assault of an unconscious 17-year-old girl at a hotel during Memorial Day weekend last year.

Ramirez quietly cried when the sentence was issued, and his parents and sister also wiped tears away in the court’s gallery behind him. His attorney, Craig Kadish, asked for the minimum prison time, which is seven years for rape and one year for manufacturing child porn. Groton imposed a 30-year sentence but suspended all but 13 years for the charges and ordered Ramirez to register as a sex offender.

The Ocean City police investigation began last June, when sheriff’s deputies arrested Erick H. Ramirez (no relation) on drug charges and uncovered sexually explicit videos on his phone.

Dozens of videos and photographs showed five men, including Ronaldo Ramirez, undressing the unconscious victim who passed out after a day of drinking, smoking marijuana and taking Xanax pills.

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14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hooray for Judge Groton!

Anonymous said...

i believe that the others have or will suffer the same fate!! give them what they deserve.....

Anonymous said...

30 years, suspend most of it, and of the 13 he will be out in 5 cuz of overcrowding.


And everyone wonders why crime is on the rise.

Anonymous said...

Should have gotten life without parole

Anonymous said...

Hard time and if he survives send him back to his country of origin!

Anonymous said...

Ramirez was also ordered to pay $1,145 in fines and court costs.

WTF!! Is that all??

Anonymous said...

Everyone of them sound like illegal aliens.

Anonymous said...

Quite possible he will find out how it feels to be undressed & raped

Anonymous said...

312
Isn't it strange that the court makes sure it profits from the crime.
They get money.
The perp gets jail time - more money for the for-profit prison complex

The victim gets . . . . . nada, zip, nothing, zilch

Anonymous said...

Bring him to DaBury.

Anonymous said...

@5:43 The court does not profit personally...the fine will go to the general fund, the costs help defray the service of subpoenas, etc.

Anonymous said...

922
The point is that the court system is a money racket.
It is a for-profit enterprise.

Wake up.

Anonymous said...

bubba will like those rose tattoos, buddy. he may even give you his dessert

Anonymous said...

its so sad that so many young people are being imprisoned and ruining their lives and they either dont care or think about it or both....what is the solution to prevent so many young people from going to living the life of crime? yes prison after they are caught and had their day in court but what can be done to save our young people before this happens? prevention is worth all the cost of a cure!