Danbury Police have made an arrest in the homicide investigation of Jason Hoffman, which occurred at the Sterling Woods Condominium Complex earlier this month. 33-year old David Ramos of Danbury has been charged.
Police say Ramos is a friend of Hoffman’s and resident of the complex where Hoffman was killed on September 4th.
The arrest warrant was approved on Monday. Police say Ramos eluded apprehension until this morning when he was found in a friend’s apartment on Scuppo Road. The court has sealed the information contained in the warrant affidavit, which limits the details that can be revealed at this time.
Ramos was charged with manslaughter, possession of a controlled substance, possession with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to keep prescriptions in the original container and interfering with the duties of an officer. Investigators believe Ramos will face additional charges related to the incident as the court case moves forward.
Police are looking into the possibility of others also facing charges related to the death.