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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Ben Banuchi has been a journalist in the Atascadero/Paso Robles area since 2002, and is currently a freelance writer and reporter. He can be contacted at bbanuchi@unitedreporting.com