ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - A man is in jail after he carjacked a man and made him drive all over Orange County Saturday.
Ramirez claimed he needed a jumpstart on his car, according to a police report.
The victim agreed and let Ramirez into his Dodge Neon. Ramirez told him to go to an apartment complex. When they got there, Ramirez asked the victim for jumper
Ramirez started yelling at him and the victim got scared he would be hurt, according to the report.
The victim said Ramirez got out, implied he had a weapon on him and told
Ramirez asked for the PIN and the victim gave him the wrong one.
Then Ramirez drove them to the Hi-Way Mart on Church Street and told the victim to stay in the car. The victim, fearing he would get shot, stayed in the car.
Ramirez returned and was very upset. He got back in the car and started driving them back to the apartments saying, "you know what I have to do now," according to the report.
The victim said he was afraid Ramirez would kill him so he jumped out of the car as they slowed down at the intersection of Lime Avenue and Jackson Street.
The victim ran back to the Hi-Way Mart and called police.
Police were able to track down Ramirez using an application on the victim's iPhone.
Ramirez was arrested and charged with carjacking, kidnapping, robbery and possession of drug paraphernalia.