Fugitive sought in violent baseball bat beating of Cleveland couple

The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force is offering a reward for information which would lead to the capture of fugitive Ramone Lemon.

Lemon is wanted by the U.S. Marshals, and the Cuyahoga Metro Housing Authority on charges of two counts of felonious assault.  On May 31st, Lemon was involved in an incident that took place at 10810 Mt. Carmel Road.  It is alleged that Lemon confronted a male and female that were sitting outside in front of their apartment.  Lemon used a baseball bat and struck the male and female repeatedly.  Both victims were treated for severe swelling, and bruising.  The male also sustained cuts, and lacerations to the upper torso and facial areas.  Lemon has a significant criminal history that encompasses three states.  He has displayed and been convicted on acts of violence in the past.  Lemon should be approached with caution.

Lemon is a 24-year-old black male standing approximately 5'11", and weighing 206 pounds.  He has black hair and has brown eyes.  Lemon has numerous family members and associates throughout the Cleveland area.  Lemon has previously resided on the 9200 block of Rosalind Avenue in Cleveland.  Lemon is known to frequent the area surrounding the Morris Black Housing Projects.  Lemon's family are scattered between E.97th Street and E.107th Street and St. Clair Avenue.  Lemon is known to hang out on Hollyrue Avenue off of Wade Park.

If you have any information in reference to Ramone Lemon, please contact the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force at 1-866-4WANTED. Tipsters can remain anonymous and reward money is available.

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