Brandon Ramirez threatens step-siblings with gun during family argument

Brandon Ramirez threatens step-siblings with gun during family argument

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19-year-old Brandon Ramirez was seen threatening his step-siblings at his father’s Sunshine Court residence on March 25th. When officers arrived at the mentioned location, they contacted Ramirez’s step-siblings. They stated that their stepfather was arguing with their mother, and he started to get aggressive. In fear for their mother’s safety, they began to throw punches at their stepfather. Ramierez, seeing this, went upstairs and returned with a pistol. After pointing the gun at his step-siblings, he told them to get out of the house. Later, officers made contact with Ramirez’s father. He stated that he and his wife got into an argument, and her children got involved. Ramirez’s father added that his stepkids were attempting to assault him. While dealing with that situation, he saw Ramirez making his way upstairs. Once Ramirez was back downstairs, he pointed the pistol at his step-siblings and told them to get out. Shortly after, officers made contact with Ramirez. Ramirez stated that he saw his step-siblings getting aggressive with his father, who was talking about kicking them and their mom out. His step-siblings began to assault his father, so he went upstairs and grabbed his gun. Ramirez came downstairs, started banging the gun on the wall, and told them to leave. He also informed law enforcement that the pistol was not loaded and that he only grabbed it to scare them. However, Brandon Ramirez was still taken into custody and charged with two counts of aggravated assault.

Brandon Ramirez (MNPD)
Brandon Ramirez (MNPD)

Brandon Ramirez of Sunshine Ct in Antioch, TN, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on March 25th, charged with two counts of aggravated assault. He is free on a $20,000 bond.

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