$10K reward offered for arrest in murder of Anthony Ramsey

$10K reward offered for arrest in murder of Anthony Ramsey
Anthony Ramsey Jr., known as Coach Ant, served as defensive coordinator for the California Youth All Star Game at Fairfield High on Feb. 2. (Photos contributed)

The Richmond Police Department is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of those responsible for the murder of Anthony Ramsey, a well-respected youth football coach.

Ramsey Jr., 43, a Richmond father of four children who was fondly known as “Coach Ant,” was fatally shot while driving his vehicle in the 4500 block of Cutting Blvd. shortly after 6 p.m. on April 2, police said.

Anyone with information about his murder are encouraged to contact Detective C. Decious at (510) 305-8177.

Ramsey was describe as a devoted father who was passionate about coaching youth football. He was lauded as a dedicated mentor to both young players and coaches throughout Northern California.


  1. Keyword “Cutting”. That corridor is constantly riddled with crime and more cameras and patrols should be running full time around that stretch near the highway. Clean up Richmond.

    • if you are looking to buy property in Richmond, be warned the city is crime magnet to both life and property. Cutting Blvd is among the worst.


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