Deputies arrested a man and woman from King City who allegedly tried to crash a van into another man’s truck at his home in Lockwood on Saturday afternoon, according to the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office. Ramona Williams, 25, along with her passenger, Raymond Ayon, 42, drove onto private property on Paulsen Road near Lockwood San Lucas Road around 12:30 p.m., deputies said.
The two were asked to leave by the homeowner, who had apparently given them trespassing warnings in the past, but they refused to leave. The victim called 911 and then blocked his driveway so the suspects could not leave before deputies arrived,according to the sheriff’s office. Ayon and Williams then switched seats, and Ayon allegedly accelerated the white 1993 Dodge van and drove toward the homeowner’s truck, deputies said.
The victim was able to back up his vehicle and the van swerved around the truck and drove away. Williams and Ayon were later stopped by a California Department of Fish and Game warden. The two were arrested on suspicion of trespassing and assault with a deadly weapon. Williams also had a felony warrant for her arrest, the sheriff’s office said. The suspects told deputies they suffered neck pain during the incident and said the victim used his truck to hit their van.
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