Martin DeLeon, chief investigator with the sheriff’s office said the child’s behavior drew the attention of the little girl’s teacher who consulted with the child’s mother.”
The parents questioned the child and notified the sheriff’s office on Sept. 15. Following a four-day investigation by the sheriff’s office, Child Protective Services and a children’s advocacy center in Victoria, an arrest was made.
“A professional forensic interviewer talked with the child and the child gave the interviewer the details,” DeLeon said.
The $25,000 bond was posted and Ramirez has been released from jail.
If Ramirez is convicted, he faces 2-10 years of incarceration.