Cathedral City police are exploring the passing of a popular Jiu-Jitsu studio proprietor as a manslaughter, specialists said Wednesday night.
Ramon Diaz, proprietor of Palm Springs Jiu-Jitsu, was discovered “experiencing injury to the body” in 31-300 square of Whispering Palms Trail in Cathedral City on Wednesday evening. Police were dispatched to the scene around 9:45 p.m. what’s more, Diaz was taken to a close-by doctor’s facility, where he later passed on.
Around 50 individuals accumulated at Diaz’s Jiu-Jitsu studio on Gene Autry Trail for an off the cuff remembrance on Thursday morning. His sibling, Tony Diaz, called one of the educators who was there and was put on speaker telephone to address those assembled.
“I’m totally crushed by this,” Tony Diaz said.
“My sibling discussed all of you the time,” he told the group, which included a significant number of Diaz’ understudies.
Tony Diaz told the mourners that his sibling was constantly glad for them and cherished them like his own particular family. One individual from the gathering drove a prayer for Diaz and his family.
Juan Caballero said he had known Diaz since 2007. He and his children did Taekwondo at the time, and a companion recommended they attempt Jiu-Jitsu. Caballero said he promptly felt alright with Diaz.
“He was an incredible individual, an extraordinary person, he invited me in,” he said. “He has had a major effect for us.”
Caballero said Diaz was critical in the group and was an incredible educator and far and away superior companion, the sort of individual who constantly set aside a few minutes for other individuals.
“For us to locate this out now, what happened, it’s shocking,” he said
He depicted Diaz as stand-out, a person who dependably made the best decision regardless. Caballero said the Jiu-Jitsu instructor always set aside a few minutes to converse with individuals about their lives and share guidance. He said losing him would be “groundbreaking.”
His girl, Jade Caballero, additionally an understudy, said Diaz was extremely pleasant and she believed him a considerable measure.
Zaid Ramirez, an understudy and educator at Palm Springs Jiu-Jitsu, said Diaz treated every one of his understudies and companions with deference.
“He treated everybody quickly like family,” he said.
Ramirez said Diaz had an awesome comical inclination, and that his understudies would dependably joke with him about his continually needing to take pictures and to what extent it took his old Samsung telephone to snap the shots. He would joke back that his camera was buffering.
House of God City police are getting some information about the homicide to call Detective Barkley, or Sergeant Sanchez, at (760) 770-0300.