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Eric Ramirez Warrant

Eric Ramirez Warrant

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ARRESTWARRANT
APPLICATION
J)-CR-64b
Rev.
&10
C,G.S.
g54-2aPr.
Bk..Sec.
36-1,
3s'2.
36-3
STATEOFCONNECTICUTSUPERIORCOURT
www.jud.ct.gov
For
Court
Use Only
Supporting Affidavitssealed
I
ves
I-l
r,ro
GeographicdArea number
Case number
12-00143241
Name
Ramirez, Eric,
H.
DOB08/20/1992
Application
For
Arrestlfilarrant
To: AJudge
of
the SuperiorCourtTheundersignedherebyapplies for
a
wanant
forthe
anest
of
the above-namedaccused
on
the basisof the facts
set
forth
in
the:
X
Affidavit
slAttached.
Dale
q-
Affidavit
Theundersignedafflant, being dulysworn, deposesand
says:
Thatthe
Affiant,
Sergeant
William
H. Telford
III
is
a
regularsworn member
of
theDepartment
ofPublic
Safety,
Division
of
State
Police
and has been
a
member
of
said
department since
September
of
1987.
That
Affiant
Telford
ispresently
assigned
as
supervisor
of
the
CollisionAnalysis
and
Reconstruction
Squad. The
Affiant
has
received advanced
training
in
motor
vehicle
collision
investigation
and has
investigated
and
supervised the
investigationof
numerousserious
injury
and
fatal
motorvehicle
collisions.
That the
affiant
has
personalknowledge
of
the facts
and
circumstances here
in
after related
asa
resultofhis
own investigativeefforts
ps
well
as
information
related
from
brother
troopers/oificersacting in their
official
capacities.That
on
March
10,
2012
at
approximately
0015 hours,the
Affiant
wascontact by the
State
PoliceMessageCenterand
requested
to
have
the
Collision Analysis
and
Reconstruction
Squad
respondtoRte
67
in
Oxford for
a
one
car
falal
collision
that may
havebeen
involved
a
priorpolice
pursuit.Rte67 is olassified
by
DOT
as a
East/Westroadway, howeversections
of
the
roadwayrun
North/South
and
thprefore
some
of
the
policereports referto
traveling
West
while
others referto
North.
The directions
North
and Westshould
bp
considered
traveling
inthe
same
direction from
Seymour
into Oxford
forthe
pupose
of
this
investigation.Thatupon
arrival
this
Affiant
met
with
Sgt.
Robert
Boroski
#l
l
l
the
Troop
A
shift
supervisor
who
was supervisingthe
collision
scene.Headvised
me
the
collision involved
one
vehicle
with
three
occupants
that traveled
offthe
roadway,
struck
a
commercial
building
and came
to
rest
upside down
with
the
occupants
trapped
underneath.He
said
the
driver
and
fiont
seat
passenger
wereseriously
injured
and
theback
seat
passenger
wasdeceased. Healso
said
at
some
timeprior
to the
collision,
the vehiclewasbeingpursued
by
SeymourPolice,but
it
hadnot
been
determined whetherthe
pursuit
wasactiveor had
been
terminated
prior
tothe
collision.
That theoperator,
identified
as
Eric
Ramirez,
was
pinnedunder the
vehiclein
the driver's
seat.
Once
extricated,
hewas
transportedto
WaterburyHospitalfor
treatment
of
his
injuries.
The
right
front
seatpassenger,
identified
as
Dion
Major
was
also
pinnedunderthe
vehicle.
Once extricated,
he
was
also
transported
to
Waterbury
Hospital for
treatmentof
his
injuries.
The rear
seat
passenger,
identified
as
BrandonGiordano,
was
pronounced
deceased at
the
sceneat
0013 hours
on
03110/12,
byParamedic
Robin
Fisher
of
valley
Emergency
Medical
Service, Inc.
lS
Zut2
Notary
Public)
Finding
TheforegoingApplicationfor an arrest
wanant,
and
affidavit(sfattacneOto
said Application,havingbeen submitted
to
andconsidered.bytheundersigned.
the
undersigned findsfromsaid affidavit(s)that
th'ere
isprobabledause
to
believe
that
an offensehasbeencommittedand that theaccusedcommitteditand,th6refore, that
piobable
cause existsfor theissuanceof
a
wanant
for the arrest
of
the above-namedaccused.
Type/prlr'l
name
d
prosecrjting
Gonnecticut
State Police
(This
is
page
I
ofa
6
page
Affidavit.)
to
Hore
meon
{Dafe,
Date
and
Signature
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ARREST
WARRANTAPPLICATION
JB.CR-O4a
Rev.
&10
C.G.S.
S
54-2aPr.
Bk. Sec. 3&1.
36-2, 36-3
STATE OF CONNECTICUTSUPERIORCOURT
www.jud.ct.gov
Name
flast,
First,
Midde lnitial)
Ramirez, Eric,
H.
DOB 08/20/1992
GemEDhialArea-number 5
Affidavit
-
Continued
That
Sgt.
Robert
Boroski
spoke
to Officer
Renaldi
of
the
Seymour
Police
Department
who
had
been
pursuingvehicle
#1
andwas
the
first
officer
to
locate
the
crash.
Officer
Renaldi
stated
verbally
that
he
attempted
to
stop
the
vehicle
for
an
equipment
violation.
During
Sgt.
Boroski's interview
of
OfficerRenaldi,
he
determined
Officer
Renaldiwason
duty
and
in
a
marked Seymour
police
cruiser
at
the
timeof
the
attempted motor
vehicle
stop.
That
at
approximately 0048 hours, members
of
the
Collision Analysis
and
Reconstruction
Squad
(C.A.R.S.)
started
to
arrive
on
scene and started
documenting the
collision
scene.
Sgt.
William
Telfor4
the
unit
supervisor was
assigned
as
the
primary
investigator.
Trooper
David
Pereira
#792
was
assigned
the duty
of
preparing
a
detailed diagram
of
the
scene
andsubsequent
reconstruction
report.
Trooper
Anthony
Cretella#1039
was
assigned
to
document
the
scenethroughphotography.
Trooper
JosephRusso
#449
and
Trooper
Cretella#1039also
assisted
with
documentingthe
scene.
Thatthe
collision
occurred
in
the
area
of
43
Old
State
Road
67
in
Oxford, CT.
This
two
lane
roadwaytravels
in
a
generalnorth to
south
direction
with
a
gradual
left
hand curvature
as
traveling
northbound
and
is constructed
of
common
bituminous
asphalt.
A
solid
single
yellow
line marking
separates
the
north
and
southbound
travel
lanes.
There was no
artificial
overhead
illumination
of
ttre
roadway
in
the
area
of the
collision.
An
examinationof theroadway surfacefound
it
to
be
in
good
condition
free
ofloose
debris or
defects
that could have contributedto the
collision
That during theexamination
of
the
scone
this affaint
observedone
vehicle
at
finalrest.
Vehicle
#1
was
a
2000
Ford
Mustang
Convertible,
bearingConnectiout
registration 233YGL
registered to
Eric H.
Ramirez or Nadine
Predzimirskiof
3
Woods Road
in
Oxford.
It
was found
atan
uncontrolled final
rest
upside down adjacentto the
front of
a
commercialbuilding
located
at
43
Old
State
Road
67.
That this
affiant
also
observed
the
following
physical
evidencethat was
associated
with
this
collision.
This affiant
observed
a
pre-impactsingle
tire mark
starting
on
the
right
edge
of thenorthbound
lane created
by
vehicle #1.
Thismark
was
approximately 21 feet
long
extending northeast
and ended
in
the
driveway
entrance
to the commercial
building.
Thisaffiant
observed
post-impactmarks,starting
with
the
firstpointof impact,
an
area
of
disturbedgrass/dirtlocated
on
the
grass
embankmentadjacentto the
drivpway
entrance
for
43
Old
State
Road 67.The
area
was
approximately
the
width
of
front
bumper/underca:riage
area
of vehiple
#1.
As
a
result
of
the
speed at
which
the
vehicle
struck
this
embankment,
it
launched
itselfand
continued
traveling
in
a
northeast
direction
airborne
.
That the
second
pointof
impact was located
on
the
front
of the southwest
side
of thePrecision
Glassand
Mirror Building
(43
Old
State
Road67)
which
was
approximately
59 feet
from
the
flrst
pointof
impact.
Vehicle
#1 struck the
building
as
it
was
in
an
airborne
descent
with
the
front
end
(nose)angled
lower
than the rear.The
area
of
impact
was
the
firstfloor
window
ledge.
Upon
the
front
end
impaptingthe
building,
the
momentum
caused
the
rear
of
the
vehicle
to continue
forwardstriking
the
second
story
of the
building.
The rear
of
the
vehicleleftdistinct
impactmarks
on
the
building
while
perpendicular
(approximately
12
feet) from theground
and
breaking the
second
story
glass
window.
Thevehicle thenrotated
andlanded
upside down(trappingthe
occupants)
with
the
front
end
facing
south.
Vehicle
debris consisting
of
the
front
grill
headlights,
and
partsof the hood were located
in
the
area
of
the
lst
floor window
ledge.
That at
approximately
0400hours,
Vehicle
#1was
towedfrom
the
scene
byQuality
Auto of
Oxfordon
a
standard
flat-bed
rvrecker
(CT
Wrecker Plate
9372).
Vehicle
#1,
a2000 FordMustangConvertible,
color
Grey, CTRegistration 233YGL,
VIN:
IFAFP444XW282978;was
secured at
Troop
"A"
Southbury
by Tfc.Pfieffer
#635.
(This
is
page2of a
6
page
Affidavit.)
 
ARREST
WARRANT
APPLICATION
J&CR-&a
Rev.
&10
C.G.S.
S
s4-2a
Pr.
Bk.Sec.
36-1, 35-2,36-3
STATE OF CONNECTICUTSUPERIORCOURT
www.jud.ct,gov
Name(Lasf,
First
Geographical
Arm
ntrminr
5
amirez, Eric,
H.
DOB
08/20/1992
Affidavit
-
Continued
That at approximately0200 hours,
Tfc.
Keane#401
of Troop
A
in
Southbury was
assigned
to interview
and obtain
a
swomwritten
statement
from Dion Major,
the
right
front
seat
passenger,
who
was
receiving treatment
at
Waterbury
Hospital
for
non-life
threatening
injuries
suffered
in
the
motor vehicle
accident.That
Dion Major's
mother, Kara
Wilk
1vas
presentand
gave permission
for
her
son
to
be
interviewed
and
witnessed his
swomstatement.
DionMajorprovidedthe
followingwrittenstatement;
OnFridayNight,March09,20l2ataboutll:30
PM, my
friend
Eric
Ramirez
was
driving
his Ford Mustang
convertible with
the
top down.
I
was
seated
in
the
rightfront
passenger
seat
and
our
friend,
BrandonGiordanowas
in
the back
seat.
We
had
goneto
New
Haven togetChinese
food
takeout atRung
Faoand
thenwent to
the
New
Haven
Yacht
Club to
eat.
After
we
ate,
Eric
drove
us
back
toward Oxford, when
a
policeofficertried
to
pull
us
over.The
policeofficer
put
on
the emergency
lights
andsiren when we were
near
Ocean
StateJob
Lot
and
CVS.
I think
the
policeofficer
was
tryingto
stop
Eric
becausehe has
LED
lights
under thecar
and
was
probably
speeding.
Eric
accelerated
fastand
I told him to slow
down
and stop.
Eric didn't
respond,
passedcars
driving in
the
same
direction
on
the
wrong
side
oftheroad
andhad
to
swerveback
into
the
lane
to
avoid
hitting
cars head
on.
I
would
estimate
Eric
was
driving
between 70-80
MPH.Eric
tumedonto another
street
hit
a
ditch,
lost
conhol
and
rolled
overthe
car.
I
unbuckled
my
seatbelt
first
and reached
over to unbuckle
Eric.
BrandonGiordanowas
in
the
back
and
may have
been
laying down
sleeping.
I
do
not
know
if
he was
wearing
a
seatbelt.
Brandon
was
quietand
did
not make any noise.
At
no
time did
any of
us
drink
any
alcoholic
beverages
or
use
any
drugs.
That
on
March 12,2012
a
postmortemexamination was conducted
at
the
Office of
the
Chief MedicalExaminer
on
BrandonGiordano,
by
Dr.
Susan
S.
Williams M.D.,
Associate
MedicalExaminer.
The
cause
of
death
was
identified
as
Blunt
Head
Injury
and the
Manner was classified
as
Accident.That
on
March
13, 2012,
TFC.David
Pereira
#792
conducted
a canvass
of
storesalong the
pursuitroute
on
Rte
67.
TFC.Pereiramet
with
Richard
Ragozzine the Managerof the
Double
R
Mobil
Stationlocated
at
I
Oxford
Road
in
Oxford.
TFC.
Pereira
reviewedthe
store
video
and discovered camera
#10,
an
exteriorsecurity
cameras
which
faces
Rte67
recordedsome footage
of
the
pursuit.
He reviewedthe video
and observed
that the
date and
time of
the video
did
not
correspond
with
the
dateand
time of
the
pursuit.After
speaking
with Mr.
Ragozzineabout the discrepancy,
it
was determinedthe
dateand
time
were
off
by
one
hour
because
the
time
on
the security
system
had not been
changed
to reflect
the recent
change
to
day
light
savings
time.
The
video
showedat
approximately
00:34:06 hours;
vehicle
#1
traveling
West on Rte 67 at
a
high
rate
of
speed
(with
lightson)
and
then
shortly after
a Seymour
Police
cruiser isalso
seen
traveling north
on Rte 67
with
its
emergency
lights
activated
(no
sound).
A
short
time
later a
second
Seymour
Police
cruiser
with
its
emergency lights
activated is
observed
turning
on
to Rte67 West
fromMountain
Road.
A
minute
or
so
later
a
third
Seymour
Police
cruise isobserved
pulling
into
the
Mobil
station
and
parking.A
minute
or
so
later
the
third
cruiser activatesitsemergency
lights
and
pullsout
Westboundon Rte
67.
That
on
March 13,2012,
TFC.
David
Pereira
#792
and
TFC.
Joseph Russo
#449
conducted a
mechanical inspection
of
vehicle
#1 whichwas
stored
atTroop
A
in
Southbury.Vehicle#1
sustained
extensive
damage
to
the
front
end,
front
fenders,
rear
quarterpanelsand
trunk
lid.
The
passenger
door wasremoved
from
the vehicle
by
responding
emergencypersonnelat
the
scene
of
the
collision.
The
"A"
pillars
that
supported
the windshield were bent down
into
the
passenger
compartment,consistent
with
a
vehicle
that hadlandedupside
down.
The
vehicle
wasequipped
with
an aftermarket neonundercarriage
lightkit,
consisting
of two
36" light
tubes
mounted underthe
left
and
right
rockerpanels.The
controlbox
for
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is
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page
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