NORTH FORT MYERS, Fla. – A third biker involved in a North Fort Myers road rage attack was arrested Thursday afternoon by investigators in Ohio.
Authorities with the North Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force arrested Ramon Medina Santiago for the Jan. 9 incident involving several bikers who attacked a driver on Lamar Road and Pondella Road.
The 28-year-old driver was hit with a wrench and motorcycle helmets which caused significant injuries and major damage to his car. He was rushed to the hospital after the attack, accoridng to SWFL Crime Stoppers.
Santiago was identified as one of the suspects involved in the violent attack and a warrant was issued for his arrest on Jan. 20, according to Ohio investigators. US Marshals in Fort Myers worked with Ohio law enforcement to find Santiago. They quickly learned that he left for Ohio and took his 6-year-old twin daughters with him.
Officers in Ohio said found Santiago and arrested him in the 2100 block of West Boulevard in Cleveland within hours of receiving information from Florida. His daughters were returned to family in Florida.
Two other bikers, Roberto Aponte Del Toro and Jermin DeLeon, involved in the road rage attack have also been arrested, according to Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers. The Lee County Sheriff’s Office is still searching for two others involved in the attack.
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