Woman arrested for child endangerment

A Monterey County woman was arrested Monday by Paso Robles Police for child endangerment.

According to PRPD, Eliana Ramirez, 28, of Greenfield was taken into custody after police investigated a crime reported by the parents of two minor children ages 10 and 11.

Eliana Ramirez

Police say the parents and children reported that Ramirez had attended a social gathering at a Paso Robles residence on Saturday.

According to victim and witness statements, Ramirez was intoxicated at the time of the incident. The victims reported Ramirez restrained, threatened, and assaulted the girls in a bedroom of the Paso Robles residence.

Police say the two girl victims reported Ramirez entered the bedroom where the two girls were playing. Ramirez began acting strangely and spoke to the girls about sexual assault.

Police say Ramirez allegedly broke a bedroom lamp, pushed one of the girls against a wall and used the lamp to simulate a weapon.

According to the victims, Ramirez allegedly demanded one of the girls disrobe to reveal her intimate body parts.

Police say family members of the girls heard the commotion, interceded and ejected Ramirez from the house. Ramirez was not at the residence upon officer’s arrival. Neither of the victims was injured as a result of this incident.

PRPD investigators said Ramirez was visiting from Greenfield where she resides. Ramirez eventually surrendered herself to investigators and was arrested at the Paso Robles Police

Department. Ramirez was subsequently booked at San Luis County Jail and was later released after posting a $100,000 bond.

Ramirez is scheduled for a court arraignment in San Luis Obispo Superior Court on April 30 at 8 am.

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Woman arrested for child endangerment was last modified: January 11th, 2019 by admin
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Comments

  1. Concerned citizen
    Concerned citizen 19 April, 2012, 18:59

    And this chick is in the nursing program at hartnell college… Hmmmm….wonder , or should I say, I hope she gets kicked out…

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  2. judy b
    judy b 23 April, 2012, 23:18

    it is unfortunate that the public believes everything they hear or read without the knowledge of the facts. Slander is the appropriate word for this situation. May God bless those of you who are quick to judge, for you are NOT He and should not take it upon yourselves to claim to know what happened or what might have lead for a story like this to be “created”. I only say that because the media needs to add more to the reality of a situation to make it a “great” story, otherwise, they wouldnt have a story to sell. I am under the impression that any nursing program will run a background check on any of its applicants and if at any moment they felt that this women was unsafe, they would not have allowed her to enter the program. (Assuming that she actually is in the program). Therefore, if she is in the program, she earned her right to it. “hoping” for someone to get punished without knowing the facts or even waiting for the court to decide on the case doesnt make you a or anyone else a better person. The media is well known for exaggerating their stories to make them more interesting for the public. It is a pity that there is people out there who will fall for it. The majority of which dont have a life of their own. May God bless all! And remember, he who is free of sin, be the first to throw the stone….
    *if you were not there, then you dont know what really happened, therefore, you should not take it upon yourself to judge or “hope” for bad things to happen to others. I am not defending anyone but I know certain people involved in this matter from San Luis Obispo county and although I am not judging them, I must say I was disappointed to find out about their decision to use slander to help their case. Enough said!

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  3. Concerned Citizen
    Concerned Citizen 5 June, 2012, 21:02

    Either you are Eliana or related. Either way it doesn’t matter. Let me ask you though, so…everything the kids said are lies?… and oh, what about the attorney stating that “she is remorseful…” only an attorney who KNOWS she did it would say that… but according to you, that must be slander also right? And finally, would YOU trust her with YOUR kids?? Assuming you have kids…
    May “God” bless this idiot for traumatizing these poor kids, they didn’t deserve this. Karma is a BITCH and I hope she gets what she deserves. I am glad she got kicked out of the nursing program, I wouldn’t want her to attend to my kids and “try to teach them a lesson.” And neither would You!

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