Two men from the Fort Pierce, Florida area were arrested on Saturday, February 7, 2015 for assault. The arrest occurred after the two had allegedly beaten up a third man and punched and kicked him until he fell over onto the ground.
One of the individuals allegedly involved in the attack was 25 year old Agustimo Munoz of the 2200 block of Delaware Avenue. He was charged with battery and was held on a bond of $10,000 in the St. Lucie County Jail. According to records, he remained at the jail on Monday, February 9th.
The second man who was allegedly involved in the incident is a 32 year old by the name of Ramiro Ramirez, who resides at the 200 block of North 25th Street. He was also charged with battery and received a warrant that charged him for failing to appear in court after being cited for drinking an alcoholic beverage in an open container out in public. Ramirez was held on Monday, February 9th without bond temporarily, according to records, as a hold for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency.
The alleged assault took place on Sunday, February 7th at around 2:10 in the afternoon around South 17th Street and Boston Avenue. A witness claimed to have followed both Ramirez and Munoz after the attack and that the two men ran. According to a Fort Pierce police arrest affidavit, the witness led the police directly to the attackers.
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