Thursday, May 31, 2012


Law enforcement officers from various agencies gathered March 31, 2012, to honor fallen colleagues at the San Bernardino County Peace Officers Memorial Ceremony.
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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

DA Mike Ramos Charges Substitute Teacher with Child Molesting and Sexual Penetration by Foreign Object

Mike Ramos Charges Substitute Teacher with Child Molesting and Sexual Penetration by Foreign Object: 


"We will not tolerate these local terrorists in our community," said District Attorney Ramos. "As far as I'm concerned this is a war, and we are ready for the battle."
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San Bernardino County Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt was joined by County Sheriff Rod Hoops and District Attorney Mike Ramos today to announce the initiation of "Operation Desert Heat," a summer-long series of sweeps and saturation patrols throughout the Victor Valley designed to suppress gang activity.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

DA Mike Ramos Charges Soccer Coach for Alleged Misconduct

DA Mike Ramos Charges soccer coach Brandon Staples, 24, of Victorville, for allegedly having sexual relations with a student. Click here to read a copy of the complaint.

DA Mike Ramos Charges Fontana Man for Allegedly Stabbing His Roommate

DA Mike Ramos Charges Catarino Jimenez, 19, of Fontana, for allegedly stabbing his roommate. Click here to read a copy of the complaint.

DA Mike Ramos Charges Ontario Man for Alleged Possession of Matter Depicting Minor Engaging in Sexual Conduct.

DA Mike Ramos Charges Jesus Zepeda, 30, of Ontario, for alleged possession of matter depicting minor engaging in sexual conduct. Click here to read a copy of the complaint.

DA Mike Ramos Charges Grand Terrace Man in Fatal Shooting

DA Mike Ramos Charges Michael Williams, 26, of Grand Terrace, in connection with fatal shooting Friday night in Grand Terrace. Click here to read the complaint.

Thursday, May 10, 2012

DA Mike Ramos to Crackdown on

DID YOU KNOW: 37% of minors arrested for DUI in San Bernardino County say their last drink was at a house party and/or gathering.

Today, at the Fontana Police Department, District Attorney Mike Ramos, Sheriff Rod Hoops and all the police chiefs of San Bernardino County spoke at a press conference in favor of reversing the trends of underage drinking and enforcement of social host ordinances.

A social host ordinance makes it illegal to provide an environment where underage drinking can take place.

"These ordinances are aimed at party hosts who know what is going on and let the drinking continue," said District Attorney Mike Ramos. "I can assure you that my office is committed to prosecuting violators of the social host ordinances."

Local press coverage from today's press conference.

DA Mike Ramos Charges Riverside Man for Alleged Pimping and Pandering of a Minor

DA Mike Ramos charges Riverside Man for Alleged and of a Minor:

DA Mike Ramos Charges San Bernardino Man for Alleged LEwd Act Upon a Child Under 14

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DA Mike Ramos Charges Riverside Man for Alleged Pimping and Pandering of a Minor

A Riverside Man was just charged by our office for alleged Pimping and Pandering of a Minor:

District Attorney Mike Ramos Speaks Out Against SAFE Act

More news regarding the recent discussion on the SAFE California Act. DA Mike Ramos has publicly spoke out on behalf of victims and is opposing the upcoming November initiative. Click here to read a recent opinion piece from the Mountain News.

DA Mike Ramos Charges San Bernardino Man for Alleged Murder

DA Mike Ramos charges Donald Martin, 47, of San Bernardino, for Alleged Murder. Click here to read the complaint. To read more from the San Bernardino Sun, click here.

DA Mike Ramos Charges Hesperia Man with Continuous Sexual Abuse

The San Bernardino County District Attorney's Office charged Jack Anderwalkd, 59, of Hesperia, with 2 counts of Continuous Sexual Abuse. Click here to view a copy of the complaint.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

SAFE California Act (KABC Radio Interview with DA Mike Ramos)

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Keep the Death Penalty
San Bernardino County DA Michael Ramos, joins Doug Mcintyre to talk about Death Penalty

Death penalty on ballot (Interview with DA Mike Ramos)

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Death penalty on ballot

Bill talks with San Bernadino D.A. Mike Ramos about the death penalty and "Octomom" living in squalor.

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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.  – As part of National Public Service Recognition Week, Deputy District Attorney Kurt Rowley was recognized by the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors today in the government center chambers.

Once a year, one employee from each participating county department is selected for an Award for Excellence, based on outstanding service to county and its citizens.

Rowley, who has been a Deputy District Attorney since 1997, currently oversees the Child Abduction Unit (CAU) of the District Attorney’s Office.

During the course of his time in the CAU, Rowley has worked closely with INTERPOL and other international agencies to resolve hundreds of child abduction disputes within the United States as well as children taken from all parts of the world.

“Reuniting children with their parents is a passion for Kurt,” said District Attorney Mike Ramos. “Because of his hard work, ethics and dedication to what he does day in and day out, this county is a better place.”

To learn more about the Child Abduction Unit, please visit or click here. See attached photo.


SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.  – An amusement park owner charged with workers’ comp fraud and tax evasion entered into a plea agreement with the District Attorney’s Office.

In October 2011, following a suspected fraudulent claim referral form from the insurance company, investigators from the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office, Workers’ Comp Fraud Unit, served a search warrant on various properties owned and/or controlled by Thomas, 58, and Sharie Davis, 54, both of Fontana. Thomas and Sharie Davis are the owners of Davis Enterprises, a carnival and amusement park business.

During the course of the investigation it was found that Davis had illegally operated at the Del Mar Fairgrounds in San Diego County and other carnivals in Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties. Following the investigation, it was determined that the Thomas and Sharie Davis underreported the amount of their company payroll in order to pay smaller premiums to the State Compensation Insurance Fund, said Deputy District Attorney Michael Chiriatti, Jr., who is assigned to the case.
In addition to the insurance fraud, Thomas and Sharie Davis also failed to pay payroll tax between April 2010 and March 2011.

According to the plea agreement, Davis agreed to pay $195,937 to the State Compensation Insurance Fund and $18,206 to Employment Development Department. In exchange for her pleas, the charges against her husband were dropped.

“As of result of their fraud, Davis Enterprises illegally pocketed over $200,000 in taxes and insurance premiums,” said Chiriatti. “This is felony conduct, and I am happy that the defendant has been held responsible for her fraudulent behavior.”