A Lakeland man was arrested Friday for punching a little league baseball umpire in the face, according to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office.

Alberto Escartin Ramos, 22, was attending a nephew’s baseball game at the Lakeland Highlands Babe Ruth Baseball fields when a disagreement with an umpire’s call turned physical.

According to the arrest report, Ramos disagreed with a call the umpire made, so after the game, he met the man at the park’s clubhouse to complain.

Ramos began screaming at the umpire, at which point he was asked to leave the ballpark, our NBC affiliate WFLA reported. Ramos responded by yelling that he would “kick his a–,” then punched the umpire in the face.

The punch cut the umpire’s lip and broke one of his teeth, the report said.

Deputies arrested Ramos on one count of felony battery of a sports official.

In the video, the victim is seen stepping into the elevator immediately after the suspect. Once the door closes, the suspect starts punching the 67-year-old man until he falls to the floor of the elevator. The apparently unprovoked hostilities happened Friday in an apartment building along Southern Boulevard in the Belmont neighborhood, the NYPD said. The victim didn’t want to be identified but told NBC New York that he’s a veteran. He says he lives with his elderly mother in the building and they are now both terrified to leave their home following the brutal attack. He also said he had seen the suspect in the neighborhood before, and described screaming for help but receiving none. (When NBC New York arrived at the building Monday morning, a single security guard appeared to be asleep in the building’s lobby.) When the beating was over, the suspect appeared to wipe down the elevator door with his sleeve to get rid of his finger prints. Police say the suspect fled the building and jumped in a dark colored minivan and took off. The NYPD said a motive for the attack is still unknown, but the victim is expected to recover.


Video shared by those in the studio shows Bregoli and 19-year-old Vicky – whose real name is Victoria Waldrip – punching and kicking each other as men try to separate them.

Woah Vicky can be seen repeatedly climbing on Bhabie in an effort to pin her to the floor and continues hitting her.

A clip shared by Vicky even shows the irate rapper trying to get a hold of her after they get pulled apart.


Damn, calm down Ming Ming !!! BTW that was a weird scene ….I mean WTF their was absolutely no reaction from anyone! Not even the bitch that got body rocked. I guess it’s true that most Asians are extremely passive. Oh except lil Ming Ming of course … she’s a beast!

A California man has been arrested after video surfaced of him allegedly kidnapping his estranged girlfriend and dragging her down the street by her hair. The footage, which was recorded on a neighbor’s Ring doorbell camera, was taken just before midnight Monday in the town of Arcadia. In the video, the frantic woman pounds on the neighbor’s door begging for help when a man appears and drags her by the hair. The woman screams for her life as she is taken away.

A school officer went to the hospital and a student went to jail after a brawl inside a Loudoun County, Virginia, high school cafeteria on Thursday, authorities say.

Video of the fight shows a Dominion High School student punching and a School Resource Officer punching and hitting each other.

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office said the incident happened about 1 p.m. when an administrator at the school told the student to go to the office from the cafeteria.

Authorities say the student refused multiple times and assaulted the staff member.

Then, the deputy who works at the school tried going up to the student to calm him down, but the student turned and assaulted the officer, the sheriff’s office said.

The officer “defended himself while taking the student into custody,” according to the sheriff’s office.

Medics took the deputy to a hospital, where he was treated for his injuries.


A Broward County doctor is back on the job after hitting a man in the hallway of Memorial West Hospital during a heated disagreement about a patient’s care in June.

But Matthew Coplan, who was struck by the doctor several times, said the video from the hospital’s security cameras shows that Dr. William Sanchez has no business practicing medicine.

Sanchez took a leave of absence after the incident while authorities investigated. Broward County prosecutors have declined to press charges, saying Sanchez was defending himself. Coplan, who was hospitalized for several days after the fight, is considering filing a civil lawsuit.

On June 2, Coplan was acting as a health surrogate for a friend when he got into argument with Sanchez.

“He had terminal cancer. His kidney’s had stopped functioning. He was out of rehab because his dialysis had been working, but then it stopped,” Coplan said.

Coplan and another friend, grew concerned over medication Sanchez had prescribed, but when questioned, Coplan said Sanchez got angry.

“He walked to the door and said, ‘F you’ to me and then he walked out of the door throwing his hand up in the air,” Coplan said.

In the video, Sanchez can be seen walking out and looking exasperated as Coplan followed him. Coplan said was demanding to speak to a supervisor.

That’s when Sanchez turns and wags his finger in Coplan’s face. Sanchez then grabs him by the shirt, shakes him and shoves him backward.

Coplan then swipes at Sanchez, but misses and things turn violent.

“He comes and punches me in the side of the head, and he puts his hands around my throat,” Coplan said.

Coplan then swings his hat at Sanchez. The doctor retaliates with more punches before the two are separated.

Months later, Sanchez is back practicing and Coplan is not happy about it.

“I don’t believe this man should be practicing medicine, I think his license should be taken from him,” Coplan said.

Sanchez’s attorney, Bruce Zimet, said the state attorney’s office chose not to press charges because Sanchez was within his rights to defend himself.

Zimet also described Coplan’s actions as “intolerable conduct” and said Sanchez is back to giving care to others.

Memorial West Hospital said Sanchez is not an employee of the hospital, but he does have privileges to practice there.

“Memorial Healthcare System is committed to providing a safe environment that promotes healing and compassionate care for its patients as well as a safe and collaborative work environment in which physicians and healthcare staff are empowered to advocate and care for patients,” the hospital said in a statement. “We are pleased to learn that the Broward County State Attorney’s office cleared Dr. Sanchez of any criminal charges.”

As for Coplan, he and his attorney say they will be moving forward with charges against Sanchez in civil court.


Chaos ensued at a South Carolina Waffle House as two employees brawled across the restaurant, even breaking some of the eatery’s windows.

The fight was filmed at the Bluffton location on January 18 and shows the two employees duking it out and shouting obscenities at each other.

The cameraman, from North Carolina, said about the video: ‘It started with fists and ended with broken store windows, knife wounds, and a free ride home for one of the cooks.’

In the eight-minute-long clip, the two men punch each other while spectators film and customers continue eating their foods.

It is currently unknown what prompted the fight but the camera man claimed that it started after he and his friends came into the restaurant.


This is the shocking moment a middle-aged white man brutally punches a young black girl in the face in front of a horrified crowd of kids standing outside a shopping mall. The altercation involving 51-year-old David Steven Bell and the 11-year-old victim was captured on cellphone video around 7pm Saturday outside the Asheville Mall in North Carolina. Bell is seen in the footage bickering back and forth with the group of young girls. It’s unclear what transpired between Bell and the children before the video began. Bell was arrested after the incident and charged with assault on a female under the age of 12 and two counts of assault. He was booked to Buncombe County jail but released around 1am Sunday.


The customer was allegedly being disruptive to staff and fellow patrons.

The incident took place at the McDonald’s location on Martin Luther King Drive in Chicago. The McDonald’s employee is seen punching the customer and then shoving him to the ground. Fox 32 reported that moments before the fight was recorded on amateur cell phone video, the customer was ‘cussing and begging the worker to fight him.’ The customer is seen slipping and falling down while the employee is wailing on him. As the customer is on his knees, the employee bends down toward him and begins to punch him repeatedly in the head.


A video circulating online shows a now-former Ellison High School student involved in the assault Thursday of employees at Best Donut, which is near the school, according to school district officials.

Chief Communications Officer Terry Abbott said the video shows a former student jumped up on the counter inside the shop on Trimmier Road and watched while two of his adult family members crossed the counter and assaulted an employee of the donut shop.

The identities of the accused family members are unknown.

Abbott said it appears no other students were involved in the incident that was recorded and posted to social media Thursday.

The student was suspended and has been withdrawn from the district, and is relocating to another state as previously planned by the family, according to Abbott.

The Polk County Sheriff’s Office on Friday released a disturbing video that shows two teenage girls fighting. Deputies say the video also shows a woman coaching one of the girls during the brawl.

Giselle Reyes Felix, 36, is accused of instigating a fight between the girls. She was arrested on charges of Child Abuse and Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor.

Neither girl was seriously injured during the fight, which happened on Nov. 29.

According to an arrest affidavit, Reyes Felix drove a 16-year-old girl to the area of where a 17-year-old girl lived in Kissimmee, because of problems between the two teens.

The 17-year-old victim was walking home from school when she heard a car horn and saw a car quickly approaching her. The 16-year-old suspect yelled at the victim and then attacked her, according to the affidavit.

Deputies say while the two girls were fighting, Reyes Felix, the , was coaching the suspect on what to .

When the victim fell on her back, the 16-year-old stomped on her head multiple times with her feet. A Good Samaritan was able to stop the fight temporarily, but deputies say Felix encouraged the 16-year-old to again attack the other girl.

The 16-year-old suspect was arrested and charged with Battery.

“Our adult suspect was supposed to be responsible for the 16-year-old girl. Instead, she not only drove the girl to the victim, but she also incited and encouraged a fight, and coached the girl on how to hit the victim. This was totally irresponsible,” said Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd.

The identities of the two girls have not been released.


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