Meet Police Officer Veteran Sheriff’s Deputy Attorney Victoria Ramirez.
From the report of Orlando Police Officer Jeriel Gomes, lightly edited for clarity:
On September 19, 2021, at 11:36 p.m.,, I, along with Officer Sisk, responded to Gate 28 (Spirit Airlines) in reference a disturbance. While en route to the call, Orlando Communication Center advised the subject, a Hispanic female, had struck one of the gate agents. Upon our arrival at Gate 28, I met with Spirit Airlines gate agent Yashira Bruno Garcia and Victoria Ramirez. Garcia immediately pointed a Ramirezand stated that Ramirez-Osorio had struck her and she wanted to press charges.
Rarnirez immediately became belligerent and combative. She also told us she was pregnant, and she was in the Army, that she was the police, the sheriff, that she knew her rights, etc. We escorted Ramirez out of the jet bridge to gate 23. Officer Richardson assisted me while Officer Sisk returned to the gate to take Garcia’s written statement.
In her sworn statement, Garcia stated she was at Gate 28 boarding flight 1049 when passenger Ramirez approached her. Ramirez asked Garcia for a different seat. Garcia stated Ramirez appeared to be intoxicated and smelled of alcohol. Garcia changed Ramirez’s seat and told her she had to board last.
Rarnirez’s attitude changed and she proceeded to call Garcia names, using profanity. Garcia cautioned Ramirez about her behavior, and Ramirez was subsequently denied boarding on the flight, at which point Ramirez ran through the gate door and pushed Garcia into the jet bridge wall as Garcia attempted to follow her.
Garcia informed the flight crew of what had transpired. The flight crew closed the aircraft door before Ramirez could board the flight. While Garcia was still in the jet bridge, Ramirez struck Garcia and another passenger in the head. They were not injured and refused medical attention.
Officer Sisk also took a sworn written statement from a passenger who stated she saw Ramirez “talking crazy and hit gate agent Garcia.”
While I was at gate 23 with Ramirez, she placed her hands on her tummy and began to scream, “My baby, my baby!” Ramirez then proceeded to remove her pants and then her shoes. Medical personal (ARFF) was summoned to gate 23. Sgt. Sammy Stites also responded.
Ramirez was being disorderly, screaming and shouting at the top of her lungs. Repeated attempts to deescalate and defuse the situation were made. Ramirez refused to answer questions and continued to be belligerent and combative. ARFF personnel arrived on scene, but Ramirez refused to talk to them.
Ramirez’s behavior became even more erratic. She threw one of her cell phones toward Officer Richardson, missing him by inches. Ramirez then threw her second cell phone toward Sgt. Stites, glancingly hitting him. Ramirez continued her rampage, picking up her purse and throwing it at me. I quickly moved to my left to avoid being struck by the purse.
Victoria Ramirez was charged with battery and disorderly intoxication, respectively first and second degree misdemeanors. After a recent hearing regarding competency, followed by a canceled change of plea hearing, it appears that Ramirez has decided to take her case to trial — which as of now is set for July 18, 2022.
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