Eduardo Sánchez and Frank Ramos are arrested for beatings of inmates

Eduardo Sánchez and Frank Ramos, prison officers, were arrested for abuse and beatings of inmates. The Bexar County Sheriff’s Offic...

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  • Eduardo Sánchez and Frank Ramos, prison officers, were arrested for abuse and beatings of inmates.
  • The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office fired and apprehended the two men in separate cases.
  • Sánchez beat an inmate with his metal handcuffs and Ramos ordered several inmates to beat another inmate.

Eduardo Sánchez and Frank Ramos, former officers of the Bexar County in San Antonio, Texas, were arrested for inmate violence. Frank Ramos and Eduardo Sánchez, in separate incidents, each face the serious charge of aggravated assault and oppression by a public server against a civilian.

First the case against Eduardo Sánchez. The man was arrested for beating an inmate at the county jail. The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) announced the arrest of its officer for a case of violence against an inmate and he faces the charge of aggravated assault by a public servant against a civilian.

Eduardo Sánchez and Frank Ramos, accused of beating prisoners

Eduardo Sánchez Frank Ramos
Eduardo Sánchez and Frank Ramos (left and right) were officers from the county jail and ended up in prison for having organized the alleged beatings of two detainees in separate cases. (PHOTO: Bexar County Sheriff’s Office)

Sánchez, 24, was paradoxically detained in the same Bexar County jail where he worked as a custodian assigned to the men’s division. The BCSO Internal Affairs Division discovered that the man attacked a detainee abusing his power as a police officer.

According to the documents of the case contained in the arrest warrant for Eduardo Sánchez, consulted by MundoHispánico In Texas, the man attacked the inmate in the detainee classification zone after a disturbance broke out among the inmates at the time of being processed.

The case against Eduardo Sánchez

Eduardo Sánchez Frank Ramos
Eduardo Sánchez, 24, is charged with oppression with aggravated assault after he attacked an inmate with his wives as a weapon he scandalized. (PHOTO: Bexar County Sheriff’s Office)

In addition, Eduardo Sánchez during his workday in the Bexar County jail beat the inmate Héctor López’s face with his metal handcuffs as a glove in retaliation for his allegedly belligerent behavior with law enforcement officers.

Héctor López, 39, arrived at the Bexar County Jail on May 18, 2020 charged with a drug possession charge. The document does not specify what type of drug or what law enforcement agency made the arrest. Like all detainees, López was taken to the detainee classification area.

Eduardo Sánchez Frank Ramos: He used his handcuffs as a weapon

Eduardo Sánchez Frank Ramos
PHOTO: Bexar County Sheriff’s Office

In the detainee classification zone, inmates are classified according to their dangerousness, history, risk to other inmates, official photographs of their arrest are taken to be processed, samples of their deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) are captured with saliva and your voice is recorded. Everything is kept in the national criminal records of the United States.

Suddenly, for some reason that is not stated in the documents, Héctor López began to act belligerently and defiantly against the BCSO officers and other inmates who were waiting to be classified. Several agents were sent to the classification area to contain the attitude of the detainee.

Eduardo Sánchez Frank Ramos: He is arrested by his own teammates

Eduardo Sánchez Frank Ramos
PHOTO: Bexar County Sheriff’s Office

One of the first BCSO officers to reach the classification zone was Eduardo Sánchez who ran towards the inmate Héctor López. The officer wore his handcuffs, which are used on the detainees’ wrists to restrain them, and he adjusted them on his fist to then deliver a blow directly to the detainee’s face, almost knocking him out of the eye.

After the attack, agents from the BCSO’s Internal Affairs Division opened an investigation in which they even interviewed inmate Héctor López after he was released from jail. On Wednesday, April 21, 2021, the internal investigation concluded that Eduardo Sánchez was allegedly responsible for the attack.

Eduardo Sánchez Frank Ramos: He is also fired from the corporation

PHOTO: Bexar County Sheriff’s Office

Eduardo Sánchez was arrested on charges of oppression of a civilian with aggravated assault by a public servant. Javier Salazar, Bexar County Sheriff, announced the arrest of his officer and detailed that the corporation terminated its employment relationship with the man on May 30, 2021.

However, the charge against Eduardo Sánchez is not the only one that Javier Salazar has had to announce against the BCSO officers at the Bexar County jail. According to a statement from the corporation, agent Frank Ramos was arrested and expelled from the corporation.

The accusation against Frank Ramos

34-year-old Frank Ramos ordered other inmates to beat an inmate who had thrown inappropriate compliments against a female officer who came to his cell. (PHOTO: Bexar County Sheriff’s Office)

Frank Ramos, 34, is accused of ordering other inmates to beat up a 45-year-old inmate at the Bexar County Jail after the man allegedly made off-color compliments to the officer. woman Jasmyne Ramos, 22 years old. Officer Ramos was not detained but was fired from the corporation.

Ramos, like his former partner Euardo Sánchez, face the serious charge of oppression for aggravated assault of a civilian by a public servant after agents of the Internal Affairs Division discovered the case that occurred on Monday, May 17, 2021 in the Bexar County Jail.

Eduardo Sánchez Frank Ramos: A female officer alters the male inmates with her presence

PHOTO: Bexar County Sheriff’s Office

According to the arrest warrant against Frank Ramos, the officer was sitting at his desk in front of one of the group cells, doing his guard duty in a normal way when his partner Jasmyne Ramos entered the room to do a routine administrative procedure.

The presence of the woman altered the inmate ward and one of them threw an inappropriate compliment to Officer Jasmyne Ramos, which angered Officer Frank Ramos. The entire sequence was recorded on the prison security cameras. The BCSO did not explain whether the coincidence in the last names of officers Frank Ramos and Jasmyne Ramos is due to a relationship or is accidental.

Frank Ramos orders an inmate to go to the bathroom

PHOTO: Bexar County Sheriff’s Office

Officer Frank Ramos demanded that the inmates be quiet and demanded to know who it was who launched silly phrases against the female officer. An inmate advanced and admitted that he was the one who said inappropriate phrases to the officer and apologized for his behavior.

Frank Ramos heard the man and ordered him to go to the bathroom. Then the officer spoke with another inmate with whom he allegedly gave him directions. When the man returned from the bathroom to his unit, at least one other inmate, the one who spoke to the officer, beat him in alleged retaliation for having given inappropriate compliments to Officer Jasmyne Ramos.

The detainee is brutally beaten

PHOTO: Bexar County Sheriff’s Office

The agents of the Division of Internal Affairs of the BCSO received confidential information of the case and began an investigation in which they discovered that the inmate had suffered severe blows to the nose, cuts to the head that needed medical attention inside the prison. While the attack was being carried out, other inmates stole his belongings.

The inmate, whose name is not mentioned to protect his identity, spoke with agents from the BCSO’s Internal Affairs Division and told them the details of the attack. The man’s testimony coincided with what the cameras had captured so the corporation itself charged Frank Ramos.

Frank Ramos is also detained by his teammates

PHOTO: Bexar County Sheriff’s Office

Frank Ramos, as had happened with Eduardo Sánchez a month before, was arrested on Friday, May 21, 2021 by his colleagues from the BCSO Internal Affairs Division and processed in the same jail where he worked and the alleged victims happened. acts of abuse that he now faces as criminal charges.

According to Texas State Penal Code the charge of assault of oppression of a civilian is punishable by a sentence of 2 to 10 years in jail for anyone found guilty of that crime after facing trial. At the time of writing this story, Frank Ramos and Eduardo Sánchez are already free on bail pending their first hearing.

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