Police: Pair arrested for assaulting man with rocks, glass bottles
GEORGETOWN, Del. – Two men are behind bars after police say they assaulted a man earlier this week.
On Wednesday, Georgetown Police responded to the area of Douglas Street and the railroad tracks for a reported assault. Officers met with a male victim who reported that he was attacked by two men with rocks and glass bottles. The victim was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
While still on scene, officers identified one of the suspects and arrested him. Another male suspect fled from officers initially, but was later taken into custody. During the investigation, officers also received a report of a found juvenile and discovered that the child was the 9-year-old daughter of one of the suspects and was found by residents unsupervised and looking for her father.
28-year-old Deivin Gonzalez Ramirez and 29-year-old Jesus Vagues were both charged with second degree assault, conspiracy, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest. Gonzalez Ramirez was also charged with endangering the welfare of a child.
Gonzalez Ramirez was held at SCI on a $14,100 cash bail, while Vagues was held on a $6,600 secured bail.
No mugshot for Vagues is available at this time.