Isaiah Ramos, 14, faces charges for allegedly shooting at cops

The 14-year-old boy accused of taking pictures at two cops in Staten Island over the weekend was hit with attempted-murder costs and ordered held on $300,000 bail Sunday — as his aunt referred to as him “an excellent child.”

Isaiah Ramos wore black Nike slides, black shorts and a white t-shirt at his arraignment in Staten Island prison courtroom for allegedly firing on two cops in an unmarked police cruiser shortly after 10 p.m. Saturday.

Neither cop was hit, and the officers arrested Ramos — who has no prior prison file — after a brief chase.

Ramos was charged with attempted murder for allegedly shooting at two police officers in an unmarked police cruiser on Saturday.
Ramos was charged with tried homicide for allegedly taking pictures at two law enforcement officials in an unmarked police cruiser on Saturday.
Gregory P. Mango

“He is an efficient child,” the teenager’s aunt stated outdoors courtroom. “However generally issues occur.”

Protection lawyer Michael Harding requested for leniency in courtroom, noting his younger shopper’s beforehand clear file and noting that he’s a pupil at Eagle Academy.

Prosecutors requested that the boy be saved behind bars on $500,000 bail, however the choose ordered him held on $300,000 money bail or a $900,000 bond.

Ramos is being held on $300,000 bail.
Ramos is being held on $300,000 bail.
Gregory P. Mango

The focused officers had been of their cruiser close to Prince Avenue and Vanderbilt Avenue round 10:10 p.m. when the younger teen gunman walked up and opened hearth — lacking each cops and the automobile.

Police stated he had a handgun on him when he was arrested.

“He was squeaky clear till final night time,” a supply had informed The Publish. “He debuted with that one.”

Ramos doesn't have a criminal record, according to a police source. His aunt described him as a "good kid."
Ramos doesn’t have a prison file, in response to a police supply. His aunt described him as a “good child.”
Gregory P. Mango

Along with tried homicide, Ramos was additionally charged with tried assault and carrying an unlawful weapon and is due again in courtroom Tuesday.

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