A man arrested after he was caught on camera slashing the tires of several cars in a southwest Miami-Dade neighborhood appeared in bail court saying he was “demonized” and “leaking government information.” been.
Juan Pablo Ramos-Nieto, 41, was charged with 27 felony counts after slashing the tires of 17 cars in the area of Southwest 112th Avenue and 244th Street in Villas Del Campos Township.
The 27 counts refer to each tire slashed.
“I need a lawyer. I would also like to go on record as having dealings with secret government influence commonly known as Freemasons or Federal. And I mean, you know, I just want to make this known. “I’m dealing with a federal case,” Ramos-Nieto explained, even though a court official warned him not to incriminate himself.
“I was exposed to secret government information. I’m dealing with a federal case and I’m being sabotaged. Me and I will be sabotaged too. I am demonized. I warned the CIA about this. That if I “It’s not like I’m demonized, it’s more like a burning government building that’s unoccupied. So I just let it happen, I let it be known,” Ramos-Nieto continued to blurt out.
According to an arrest report, Ramos-Nieto walked through the neighborhood with a knife, slashing tires and causing approximately $6,000 in damage.
Surveillance footage from some homes showed the suspect working on the tires.
“There was chaos in the whole neighborhood, everyone’s tires were slashed. “The cops were here, everyone was running around trying to figure out what happened,” said neighbor Rena Cote. “It was very shocking, very shocking.”
A neighbor said it was the second time Ramos-Nieto had slashed his tires, the report said.
Ramos-Nieto was arrested and taken to prison on 27 counts of armed criminal action. Attorney information was not available.