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Two Women Charged in Pasco Road Rage Incident | Video!

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They pulled another driver out of her car through the driver’s side window by her hair and neck, according to the Pasco Sheriff’s Office.

PASCO COUNTY – Two women have been arrested and charged in a road rage incident that left a third woman with a broken nose and other injuries, according to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office.

Alicia Nicole Scarduzio, 20, of Tampa, and Shelley Lyn Gemberling, 49, of Port Richey, were each charged with with burglary and aggravated battery.

The incident happened about 3:45 p.m. Tuesday (Sept. 19) at the intersection of Little Road and Trouble Creek. Deputies said Scarduzio and Gemberling got into an argument with the driver of another vehicle. Scarduzio and Gemberling got out of their vehicle and reached into the other woman’s car through the open driver’s window. They grabber her by her hair and neck and pulled her out of her seat through the window.

The woman landed on the ground. Deputies said Scarduzio and Gemberling proceeded to punch her multiple times while she was on the ground until she lost consciousness. They continued to hit her until another citizen intervened.

Shelley Lyn Gemberling | Pasco Sheriff | Arrests

Shelley Lyn Gemberling

Alicia Nicole Scarduzio | Pasco Sheriff | Arrests

Alicia Nicole Scarduzio

Gemberling denied pulling the woman out of her car. Gemberling told deputies the woman got out of her vehicle and pushed her.

Scarduzio denied punching the woman in the face but admitted hitting her with an open hand, deputies said.

For information about the Pasco sheriff, go to pascosheriff.com.

Photos and Video courtesy of the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office.

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