Man Arrested For Aggravated Assault in Laramie
A man, out on bond for unrelated crimes, was arrested October 12th in Laramie on charges that he had threatened another person with a gun.
According to Laramie Police officer Chris Cleven, officers responded to the 3500 block of Willett Drive to reports that a person there had been threatened by a man with a gun. While en route to the scene, officers observed a possible suspect on the way. After further investigation police arrested 23-year-old Ramon Slater, a resident of Laramie, on charges of aggravated assault.
Officers say that the argument that started the incident was over a relationship issue between a male and a female, officials declined to elaborate further.
Officer Cleven went on to say at the time of the incident Slater was out on bond for three unrelated felony charges. Cleven says that the ATF has been notified and will be conducting their own investigation in regards to Slater’s possession of a firearm.
An affidavit to support bond revocation and an affidavit to support bond forfeiture were also filed.
Aggravated assault and battery is a felony punishable by imprisonment for not more than ten years.