On Wednesday, September 5th, detectives from the Roseville Police Vice and Narcotics Enforcement Team arrested a Carmichael man who is suspected of selling drugs in Roseville and other cities in the greater Sacramento region.
According to a Roseville Police press release, Michael Ramborger, 45, was taken into custody in the 2500 block of Marconi Avenue in Sacramento. He was found with six ounces of methamphetamine and a quarter of an ounce of heroin, both packaged for sale, along with a loaded handgun with serial number removed. The release also states that other unspecified illegal items were in his possession as well.
Ramborger is currently being held in Sacramento County Jail. Though bail was set at $290,000 for the drug and weapons charges, he is actually being held without bail on what is termed a “flash incarceration” for violating the terms of his “Post Release Community Supervision” status. Ramborger had been released from state prison on parole and classified as a non-violent, non-serious, non-sex offender, and was under the supervision of county probation officers and local law enforcement rather than the state parole office.