Brevard County Jury Indicts Three Men For Murder in Two Separate Incidents

By  //  November 12, 2020

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all three suspects are in custody at the Brevard County Jail

Brevard County Sheriff’s Office arrested 16-year-old Luis Roberto Ramos-Figueroa of Rockledge and Martaz Demarcus Sugar, 19, of Cocoa in the shooting death of 19-year-old Daniel Ramos on July 4.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Grand Jury has issued murder indictments for three defendants in two separate incidents.

In the first case, Luis Ramos Figueroa was indicted for First-Degree Felony Murder, Robbery with a Firearm, and Tampering with Evidence; along with Martaz Sugar  who was indicted for First-Degree Premeditated Murder, Robbery with a Firearm, and Tampering with Evidence.

Both men were arrested in connection with the shooting death of Daniel Ramos at the Mission Bay Apartments in Rockledge July 3, 2020.

The Grand Jury heard testimony from the Brevard County Medical Examiner, Brevard County Sheriff’s agent, crime scene investigator, and a lay witness before returning with the indictments.

In a second case, Latavious Johnson was indicted for First-Degree Premeditated Murder , Attempted First-Degree Premeditated Murder, Shooting into an Occupied Vehicle, Shooting into an Occupied Building, and Possession of a Firearm by Convicted Felon.

In a second case, Latavious Johnson was indicted for First-Degree Premeditated Murder , Attempted First-Degree Premeditated Murder, Shooting into an Occupied Vehicle, Shooting into an Occupied Building, and Possession of a Firearm by Convicted Felon.

Johnson had been charged in connection to a shooting incident off University Blvd. Melbourne on October 15th, 2020. Jamie Wright, was killed, and her husband Theron Wright, was seriously wounded during the incident.

The Grand Jury heard testimony from two Melbourne Police crime scene investigators and a detective before returning with the indictment.

Ramos Figueroa was granted a $600,000 bond after the indictment, while Sugar, and Johnson are being held on No Bond.

As of this morning, all three are in custody at the Brevard County Jail, and no trial date has been set in either case.

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