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Case continued for former employee accused of making threat

Published 12:13 pm, Monday, June 16, 2014
  • Javonte Ramos, the former Darien Town Hall custodian accused of writing a threatening note found April 9, 2014, had his court case continued to July 15. Photo: Contributed Photo, Contributed / Darien News
    Javonte Ramos, the former Darien Town Hall custodian accused of writing a threatening note found April 9, 2014, had his court case continued to July 15. Photo: Contributed Photo, Contributed

 

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No plea was entered Monday in Stamford Superior Court by the former Darien employee accused of lying about several incidents, one of which forced the evacuation of Darien Town Hall.

The case of Javonte Ramos, 20, was continued for a second time to July 15.

He will continue to receive mental health treatment, which started after his first court appearance.

Ramos, of 25 Suncrest Road, Norwalk, was arrested April 24 on charges of falsely reporting an incident in the first degree, two counts of falsely reporting an incident in the second degree and one count of providing a false statement. Police said he wrote, and subsequently reported, a threatening note found in Darien Town Hall April 9.

The note read "Every1 Will Die!!!", police said. Detectives questioned Ramos about the note, which resulted in the evacuation and search of Town Hall with bomb squad dogs, and determined that he wrote it, according to the report.

He also falsely reported two Town Hall break-ins, police said.

Ramos was a line officer for Engine 41 of the Noroton Heights Fire Department. He was suspended after his arrest.

He was also terminated from his position as a custodian at Town Hall.

mspicer@bcnnew.com; 203-330-6583; @Meg_DarienNews