Two women were arrested in Pasco County after reaching through a vehicle, grabbing a driver and beating her up. Gemberling and Scarduzio's vehicle was in the right lane. "I just wanted the light to change", Bailey said.
Pasco deputies said Alicia Nikole Scarduzio, 20, and Shelley Lyn Gemberling, 49, began to argue with another driver whose vehicle was stopped in the left lane of Little Rock Road at the intersection of Trouble Creek, facing north. "I felt like I was watching those fight videos that you see online". The punches caused the woman to lose consciousness and suffer a broken nose, according to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.
A witness reported seeing Gemberling pulling Bailey out of the vehicle through the window. Instead, Gemberling said the driver got out and pushed her. The witness also said that Scarduzio hit Bailey multiple times while she was on the ground.
"Alicia Scarduzio denied punching the victim in the face", her arrest report said, "but advised she did strike her with an open hand".
"All I could think about was my son", Bailey said.
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Seconds later, the video showed a sheriff's cruiser speeding across the grass median toward Scarduzio as she stopped beating the woman, who appeared to lay motionless on the ground.
"She said it started with a auto, driving aggressively, cutting off other vehicles".
The driver told deputies she tried to raise her window as the women approached but she wasn't able to in time. They were upset that the woman wasn't driving fast enough.
Alicia Nicole Scarduzio, 20, of Tampa, and Shelley Lyn Gemberling, 49, of Port Richey, were each charged with with burglary and aggravated battery.