Waupun male found not efficient to mount trial
June 20, 2016 - table lamp
JUNEAU — An 18-year-old Waupun male confronting transgression charges after he allegedly pennyless into someone’s residence, assaulted them and stole $90 was found not efficient to mount hearing on Monday.
Reyes Ramos Gomez is charged with transgression burglary, battery, misconduct burglary of mobile skill valued during reduction than $2,500, rapist repairs to skill and dual depends of misconduct bail jumping. If convicted of all charges, he faces adult to 18 years in jail and $90,000 in fines.
Concerns per Ramos Gomez’s competency were lifted by District Attorney Kurt Klomberg on Mar 28. Ramos Gomez underwent a psychological analysis in that it was endorsed that he be placed in an quadriplegic trickery until competency can be restored.
Ramos Gomez’s profession Brian Hamill objected to fixation him in an quadriplegic facility, though did contend that his customer indispensable assistance bargain a justice proceedings. Judge Brian Pfitzinger eventually concluded with a state and remanded Ramos Gomez into a control of a Dodge County Sheriff’s Office until a Department of Health Services can place him in a facility.
Pfitzinger set Ramos Gomez’s bond during $10,000 cash, lifted from $1,000 income that was set on Mar 28.
On Mar 24 during 10:59 a.m. officers were dispatched to a chateau in Waupun for a battery complaint. The complainant suggested that Ramos Gomez told him that he had a blade and threatened him. He purported that Ramos Gomez also stole $90 and pennyless a flare inside a residence.
The complainant told officers that he was sleeping on a cot and when he woke adult he celebrated Ramos Gomez station in a dining room. The complainant pronounced when he sat adult Ramos Gomez charged during him and attempted to tackle him and punch him. A onslaught ensued and a complainant pronounced that Ramos Gomez pushed him into a dining room area where he was pushed into an finish table, violation a lamp.
The complainant pronounced that Ramos Gomez told him that he had a blade and that he improved lay down. The censure told officers that Ramos Gomez allegedly pronounced that he would gash him if he got up. He pronounced that Ramos Gomez asked where his father’s income was. Ramos Gomez afterwards allegedly took a income and left a residence.
The complainant suggested that he did not give Ramos Gomez accede to be in his home, repairs his skill or take him money. The censure told officers that he and Ramos Gomez used to be friends.
Ramos Gomez was out on bond for facing or interference an officer and possession of THC and unfinished control in dual open cases out of Dodge County during a time of a occurrence and was not authorised to dedicate any new crimes as a condition of his bond.
Ramos Gomez will seem in justice again once competency has been restored.