Pharr resident arrested on aggravated assault

HARLINGEN — Michael Jeremy Ramirez was arrested yesterday morning for his alleged involvement in a violent dispute that left one man bleeding from the head, police said.

Police arrested Ramirez as he was attempting to enter a home in Harlingen yesterday.

He was transported to the Harlingen jail without incident at 10 a.m.

Yesterday morning police issued an alert Ramirez had a warrant for his arrest on an aggravated assault charge.

According to police, Ramirez, 34, from Pharr, is accused of hitting a man with a baseball bat on Monday night.

After the incident, Ramirez was seen fleeing the scene in a blue Lincoln Town Car.

Witnesses said the victim was in an altercation with Ramirez when he was allegedly struck in the head with a baseball bat.

Investigators from the Harlingen Police Department’s major crimes unit and organized crime unit secured a warrant for Ramirez charging him with aggravated assault.

Harlingen police responded to a call in reference to a man with a knife on Monday at approximately 6:25 p.m. on the 2800 block of Treasure Hills Boulevard.

According to a release, when officers arrived they found a male subject disoriented and bleeding from his head.

The victim was transported to Valley Baptist Medical Center and is listed in serious condition.


If anyone has any information as to the whereabouts of Michael Ramirez they are encouraged to contact police.

Harlingen Police Department

(956) 216-5940

Harlingen Area Crime Stoppers

(956) 425-8477.