Man charged in stabbing at Chuck E. Cheese
A 24-year-old Fitchburg man was arrested Sunday after he allegedly stabbed an acquaintance at Chuck E. Cheese, where about 275 people were eating and playing arcade games.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at Worcester Telegram & Gazette.
#1 Jan 28, 2013
mr. ramos once again stabbing somebody after being charged mutltiple times in the past 2 years for the same exact crime. no third strike? and everytime the big charges are dropped. and so he can now stab somebody in front of tons of kids and families and will be let go on personal recognizance once again and attack the guy at his home this time. If you a spanish you are allowed to be let go...if you are white and american you find yourself jailed and your life ruined because a judge rather slam you in a prison then put real criminals behind bars because it's less paperwork and stress in already beyond full court rooms caused by a ridiculous abuse of judgement and a law system that refuses to change. awesome work fellas! keep it up!:D
#2 Jan 28, 2013
Wish the guy he stabbed was a law abiding citizen carrying a concealed handgun. That would have solved the problem very fast.
#3 Jan 29, 2013
No, knives are the way to go! Nice and quiet, no disturbing the peace, nothing. The guy just should have had a bigger knife!
Hey, I was at that mall over the weekend and saw at least two of the junk shops there had machettis displayed on the walls... maybe that would have been the answer?
Certainly guns are not... we need to take them away from all the law-abiding citezens!
#4 Jan 29, 2013
LEOMINSTER, Mass.(AP)— Police say a stabbing at a Chuck E Cheese restaurant in Leominster may have been gang related.
Isaac Ramos of Fitchburg was held on $5,000 bail after pleading not guilty Monday to assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and disorderly conduct in connection with the stabbing Sunday at the kids’ pizza parlor.
According to court documents, the 24-year-Ramos and 23-year-old Cesar Alicea-Romero had a history of hostility. What started as a fist fight, with the men rolling on the floor, ended with Ramos allegedly stabbing Alicea-Romero.
The Telegram & Gazette ( http://bit.ly/VtrOxs ) reports the victim was driven to a hospital by a relative with an arm injury.
Ramos told police Alicea-Romero approached him, threatened to kill him, and started hitting him. Police say in surveillance video Alicea-Romero appeared to flash gang signs.
#5 Jan 29, 2013
Scarey to think these two are role models for their kids. Fitchburgs finest.
This isn't the first time spanish gang people have started a fight there. Just because the atmosphere is for children that doesn't mean you should act like one.
#6 Jan 29, 2013
The gang issue in Fitchburg has grown 10 times over the past three years!!
Fitchburg was in a position where a sense of community could have been built. There has been many gang problems in the past year. If summer comes early then everyone will see how bad it really is in this city.
We need to act now,now we must request for FBI and state police assistance to deal with the gang and drug issues.
We all need to get honest and work together. Dividing and isolating the latino and African American population in Fitchburg is the wrong route to take.
There are many law abiding latino and african American citizens in Fitchburg that want a safer and better Fitchburg.
Fitchburg is going the way of Lowell! The editor at the Sentinel needs to be addressed! Enough of this pro-Wong support from the Sentinel as the city of Fitchburg goes down the drain. ADDRESS THE MAYOR FOR HER LACK OF LEADERSHIP ON THE COMMUNITY ISSUE!!!!!
As the Mayor and city council stay away from Main street and there still is no beat officer walking Main street,the city is turning into a gang area.
Sometimes, I say"it is hopeless as NO ONE wants to address the issues within this city so why bother"!! I am going to print this in my first ad which will be going out after Valentines day.
#7 Jan 29, 2013
It must really hurt to be you, Lynch.
#9 Jan 30, 2013
We could only wish Fitchurg had half of the economy of Lowell. It already has as many gang members.
#10 Jan 30, 2013
I try my best to understand your posts but they don't make any sense. You write the gang issue has grown 10 times over the past three years. Then you write we shouldn't isolate latinos and african Americans? So what gangs are you talking about? The thread and article is about two spanish guys fighting at Chuck E Cheese after giving each other gang signs.
#11 Jan 31, 2013
Being a member of the community I would appreciate a response to my questions Mr.(wannabe Mayor) Lynch. Do you believe a single "beat officer" will deter the criminals?
Add your comments below
|Stop stalking me and my family||5 hr||Travis McGee||128|
|Time to get a Job||8 hr||Karen||5|
|So, let's talk about Jeff Bean (Sep '11)||15 hr||Karen||41|
|Lynch for Mayor - deemed "Not Credible" (Aug '11)||Fri||Vincent||207|
|Dan Kirouac returns live to McNally's||Fri||New England Music...||1|
|Scientific Journal Just Released||Fri||Billybob||10|
|Review: Fitchburg Tattoo Co (Apr '10)||Fri||Big brother Joey||34|
Find what you want!
Search Leominster Forum Now
Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC