Roberto and eladia ramirez

Roberto and Eladia Ramirez

Real Names: Roberto Adolpho and Eladia Ramirez
Aliases: None Known
Wanted For: Drug-Trafficking, Attempted Murder
Missing Since: June 1990


Details: In February of 1989, detectives from the Oakland, California police department staked out a liquor store parking lot where suspected drug dealer Roberto Ramirez had set up a sale. According to authorities, Ramirez, who lived in Fairfield, dealt drugs from Oakland to Los Angeles. He would deal out of his house or meet people at different locations, often having his children carry the drugs in their backpacks to their buyers.
After the drug deal outside of the liquor store, police secured a search warrant and officers from both Oakland and Fairfield came upon the Ramirez home on February 24 at 1:42AM. When they did not respond to the officer's commands, they prepared to enter the house. However, Roberto then appeared at the window and began firing at the officers. Two of them were shot, one of them was Detective Mark Smith, who was severely injured; he had to be taken from the firing line to a neighbor's house where he was rushed away by an ambulance. Eight other police departments soon arrived, and the standoff took two hours until Roberto emerged, cowering behind his pregnant wife Eladia and their young children.
He was arrested for two counts of attempted murder along with several drug and assault charges. His wife Eladia was arrested for possession of cocaine. The couple were eventually released on $500,000 bond, and vanished before their June 1990 court date. They are both considered armed and dangerous, and are believed to be with their three children, who are now in their thirties. Roberto Ramirez is 5'6", 210 pounds, has brown hair, brown eyes, and would today be sixty-years-old. His wife Eladia is 5', 150 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes, and would also now be sixty-years-old.
Extra Notes: This case first aired on the December 8, 1995 episode of Unsolved Mysteries.
Results: Wanted. In 2006, the couple's daughter came forward and agreed to be interviewed by investigators. She told them that her father had died in Mexico. However, this has not been proven and the couple are still considered fugitives.
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