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Man on Massachusetts State Police “Most Wanted” list for murder of Luis Ramos after car crash, surrenders



Luis Ramos

A man on the Massachusetts State Police “Most Wanted” list concerning a murder after a car crash, has surrendered.

According to Dave Procopio of Massachusetts State Police, the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section was seeking 21-year-old Evdyele Oneil Pabon Flores for the December 7th, 2022, homicide of 49-year-old Luis Ramos.

Pabon Flores, accompanied by his attorney, surrendered at Holyoke District Court. Holyoke Officers responded to the courthouse and transported him to their station, where he was booked and processed. He was then brought back to the courthouse where he was arraigned on the murder charge.

At approximately 8:20 on December 7th, Holyoke Police responded to a report of shots fired at the intersection of Pine and Sargeant streets. Upon arrival, officers observed two unoccupied vehicles that appeared to have been in a collision, as well as multiple spent shell casings.

Police canvased the area and found a man lying face down in the backyard of a nearby property with a gunshot wound to the stomach. The victim, identified as Ramos, was transported to a local hospital, where he was later pronounced deceased.

The ensuing investigation by the Hampden County State Police Detective Unit and Holyoke Police Detectives identified Pabon Flores, who had been an occupant of one of the vehicles, as the suspected gunman. The investigation determined Pabon Flores allegedly fired more than 10 rounds at Ramos, who had been traveling in the second vehicle.

Homicide detectives sought and obtained an arrest warrant from Holyoke District Court charging Pabon Flores with murder, with nationwide extradition authorized.

Pabon Flores was held without bail on the murder warrant and his existing bail for a separate ongoing case in Chicopee District Court case was revoked.

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  1. Jake Perry

    April 16, 2023 at 10:15 am

    Gee, aren’t open boarders a swell idea. Thank you sleepy Joe.

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