United States District Court, E.D. Washington
U.S. Attorney: Earl A. Hicks
Defense Attorney: Federal Defenders Office
Honorable Wm. Fremining Nielsen, Senior U.S. District Judge.
PETITION FOR WARRANT OR SUMMONS FOR OFFENDER UNDER
incorporate the violation(s) contained in this petition in
future proceedings with the violation(s) previously reported
to the Court on 03/15/2018, and 03/29/2018.
probation officer believes that the offender has violated the
following condition(s) of supervision:
Number Nature of Noncompliance
Mandatory Condition # 1: You must
not commit another federal, state or local crime.
Evidence: On May 22, 2017, Mr. Anthony Ramil signed his
conditions of supervision relative to 2:15CR00008-WFN-1,
indicating he understood all conditions as ordered by the
Court. Specifically, Mr. Ramil was made aware by his U.S.
probation officer that he must not commit another federal,
state, or local crime.
Ramil is alleged to have violated mandatory condition number
1 by being arrested for two counts of possession of a
controlled substance and one count of drug paraphernalia on
April 1, 2018.
and according to police reports and the charging request on
file with respect to the case, on April 1, 2018, law
enforcement responded to a request for a welfare check in the
Spokane Valley in the area of East 16th Avenue and
South Dishman-Mica Road. Information received indicated there
was a male sitting in a vehicle with his mouth open and eyes
closed, and the vehicle's windshield appeared as though
it had been in an accident.
Rami! identified himself upon contact and was placed into
restraints and taken into custody as a result of his active
federal supervised release warrant. A protective sweep of the
vehicle was conducted following Mr. Ramil's arrest, at
which time a capped needle and a round container with a brown
tar-like substance in it were observed in plain view on the
driver's side floorboard. Also observed was a piece of
aluminum foil covered with a brown tar-like substance in
plain view in the center consol of the vehicle, and a metal
spoon on the driver's seat. The brown tar-like substance
was field tested and a presumptive positive reading for
heroin was received.
Ramil was subsequently booked into the Spokane County Jail,
and during the jail's search of Mr. Rami! and his
property the jail additionally located five packages of 8mg
Suboxonc sublingual films, which they located in Mr.
Ramil's wallet. Mr. Ramil alleged to officers he is in
the Suboxone program, but "still uses heroin." Mr.
Ramil did not have the prescription on his person at the time
result of Mr. Ramil's actions, and according to the
charging request and the affidavit of facts received in this
matter, charges have been requested for two counts of
Possession of ...