Milwaukee Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a homicide suspect.
Milwaukee County prosecutors charged 42-year-old Ramone Jones of Milwaukee Wednesday for the stabbing death of Jamie Wilson back on February 5. He is facing a count each of first-degree intentional homicide, first-degree recklessly endangering safety, and misdemeanor battery. He is also facing two counts each of endangering safety by pointing a dangerous weapon at a person, and a felon possessing a firearm.
According to the criminal complaint, officers were called to Wilson’s home on the 7000 block of West Fiebrantz Avenue back on January 30 for a shots fired call. Officers found an interior door damaged and a bullet hole in the dining room. A different person living inside the home told officers Wilson had kicked Jones out of the house, but that night he returned, kicked in a door, fired a gunshot into the floor, and threaten to kill Wilson.
When interviewed, Wilson said Jones had battered her outside the home one day earlier, suffering bruising to several parts of her body due to the assault.
On February 5, officers were called back to Wilson’s home to find her in the garage with multiple stab wounds. Despite medical efforts on scene, she passed away. An autopsy determining she was stabbed six times, hitting her right lung and a auricle of her heart, causing her to bleed to death.
A witness to the stabbing told officers she saw Jones enter the home, fire several gunshots to another person, then went into the bathroom where Wilson was hiding and heard screams. She and Wilson’s daughter then entered to find Jamie was bleeding. They tried to help her, but Wilson wandered into the garage where she passed out. The witness adds she saw Jones leave the home.
Jones, who has not been seen since, is a black male, stands about five-foot seven-inches tall, weighs about 160 pounds, have black hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information as to his whereabouts are asked to contact Milwaukee Police at 414-935-7360.