A man accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend and her son in Pennsylvania in December was arrested after he was found in a makeshift apartment in an industrial area of Hartford, according to the US Marshals Service.
The Connecticut US Marshals Violent Fugitive Task Force and the Hartford Police Department arrested Isaac Ramos-Perez on Friday.
According to the US Marshals Service, Ramos-Pérez went to his ex-girlfriend’s home on the morning of December 23 and shot her and their son several times.
According to officials, the son was paralyzed and had permanent facial injuries.
According to the US Marshals Service, Ramos-Perez is also accused of contacting friends and family of the victims and threatening to “end the job” and kill anyone who tries to help the victims.
The US Marshals’ Connecticut Violent Fugitive Task Force and the Hartford Police Department arrested Ramos-Perez at a makeshift apartment located in the area of 32-25 Meadow Street in Hartford, the US Marshals Service said.
He was taken to the Hartford Police Department and charged as a fugitive from justice.
He will await extradition to the city of York, Pennsylvania, to face charges including two counts of attempted murder, two counts of aggravated assault with a firearm, felony possession of a firearm, and making terroristic threats.