Bail denied for York City man who allegedly stalked, threatened and shot a woman

Aimee Ambrose
York Dispatch

The cases against a York City man accused of stalking, threatening and shooting a woman are heading to York County Common Pleas Court.

Isaac Ramos-Perez, 44, was in Common Pleas Court earlier this month with three related cases against him. They advanced out of a district court April 6 after he was extradited back to York from Connecticut.

He’s jailed while facing at least nine charges, including two counts of attempted criminal homicide, relating to Dec. 23 shooting.

Isaac Ramos-Perez

York City police alleged Ramos-Perez shot a 44-year-old woman and her 24-year-old son multiple times during a confrontation in a home in the 400 block of West Philadelphia Street.

He may have broken into the house, since investigators found a pry bar and a screwdriver near an open back window, charging documents show.

In the house, Ramos-Perez allegedly threatened the woman with a gun. He tried to force her into the basement, but the woman’s son intervened and tried to get Ramos-Perez out of the house, according to police. The gun then fired, and the woman and her son were seriously injured, police said.

Ramos-Perez fled from the scene, according to investigators.

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The shooting followed two other incidents at the home that month.

Ramos-Perez allegedly forced the woman out of her home at knifepoint on Dec. 4 or 5. He then pulled a gun on her Dec. 20 for calling police for the first incident, charging documents show.

Ramos-Perez faces counts of terroristic threats, harassment and stalking, as well as three counts of simple assault from those cases.

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U.S. Marshals tracked Ramos-Perez to Hartford, Connecticut in late January and found him in a makeshift apartment in an industrial building.

He was taken into custody as a fugitive, and then was returned to York County a couple weeks later. He’s currently held at York County Prison with bail denied, court documents show.

Isaac Ramos-Perez

Ramos-Perez’s attorney opted to waive an upcoming formal arraignment hearing in York County Common Pleas Cuort. The next hearing in the three cases is now set for June 26, documents show.

Meanwhile, Ramos-Perez is also charged in a theft case dating back to May 2022. A hearing in that case also is set for June 26.

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