UPDATE: Police say Santo Ramirez was captured on March 16, 2023, in Mabank, Texas.


(Update Feb. 24, 2023) Editor's Note: Santo Ramirez's last known location was Midland, Texas.


It can be hard to keep track of criminals who have eluded police custody in Texas. Police are constantly on the lookout for these scofflaws, but some help is always welcome from Jane and Joe Q. Public.

We recently helped get the word out about Texas' most wanted murderer, and just days later he was caught. It's proof that keeping an eye out and reporting anything suspicious can help get monsters off our streets.

So, let's see what we can do about Santo Ramirez - a man wanted for reportedly preying upon a child, among other things.

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