Nightclub Stage Dancing, Shoe Throwing, Beer Tossing Ends With Arrest

March 2, 2012

A wanted Atmore woman that was dancing on a nightclub stage is now facing a felony charge after allegedly throwing a shoe at a woman at Seville Quarter.

Trishcelle Danielle Salazar, 25, was charged with felony aggravated battery by the Pensacola Police Department. She was also arrested on an outstanding failure to appear warrant in a traffic case.

According to her arrest report, Salazar was at Seville Quarter with two other people — a man and a woman. She was dancing on stage when she became upset that the man was “standing in her spot”, the report states, and got into an argument with him. Salazar told officers that the woman then “got in her face”, so she threw a shoe at her, striking her in the face. Salazar said the victim retaliated by throwing a beer at her, but she missed.

Salazar was released from the Escambia County Jail on $2,500 bond.

Comments

17 Responses to “Nightclub Stage Dancing, Shoe Throwing, Beer Tossing Ends With Arrest”

  1. Karyn36502 on March 3rd, 2012 11:37 am

    This girl does live in Atmore and works in Atmore. She was in the paper awhile ago for donating a kidney to someone, her step mother I believe. Like it was said previously, we all have done stupid stuff in our lives, this was one of her moments. I’m sure she will move on from this and think before she does anything like this again.

  2. P.J. Bear on March 2nd, 2012 6:57 pm

    “This is stupid! Everybody makes dumb decisions in their lives…. So we As people shouldn’t judge I personally know this young lady and she’s very kind hearted, and an EXCELLENT mother focus more on the positive things a person does instead of harboring on the negative things! We are always so quick to gossip but slow to offer a person help! You never know what a person is really going through! Check yourself and your life and I’m pretty sure you’ll find problems there too! #grow up”

    Sick n Tired,

    I agree with you. We in America should not judge individuals who attack others. Just think of all the people that personally knew Gonzalez Junior and can remember all the good that he did. We shouldn’t focus on the negative things he did. Instead, we should be asking ourselves why we didn’t see that he was actually crying out for “help”. #don’t hold others accountable for their actions

  3. David Huie Green on March 2nd, 2012 5:56 pm

    Let’s say a lady was driving around without a driver’s license, without a valid tag, most likely without insurance. Let’s say a law enforcement officer notices and files charges against this lady.
    Let’s say the lady agrees to show up in court at a certain time and is released.
    Perhaps she forgets she promised to show up in court June 10, 2008.
    She don’t show up as promised.
    She don’t pay the fine.
    The court issues a capias, an arrest warrant.
    The court issues a D-6, meaning she ain’t a gonna have a valid driver’s license until after her fines have been paid.
    Everybody goes home.
    Nearly 4 years later somebody takes the lady’s spot and she goes ballistic, or at least one of her shoes does.
    Her aim is good and her target is injured.
    Law enforcement is brought in again.
    The lady’s history is noted and a new court date is set for the ancient charge now that they have her attention.
    The lady is released again.
    Everyone is expecting her to show up for court this time.
    Doubters exist.
    She’s an excellent mother so friends expect her to do the right thing this time.

    I just hope she gets her spot back.

  4. Show Me on March 2nd, 2012 2:30 pm

    I was watching one of those judge shows one day and there was a lady suing another lady for medical expenses from a shoe being thrown. Some of those stilettos could seriously poke your eye or do some damage to a face. The lady on the show was messseddd up and scarred from a shoe heel………… just sayin………

  5. James on March 2nd, 2012 2:04 pm

    I agree with “me”, but you know some people love gossip until it is them everyone is gossiping about. Now I agree as a mother she should have been home instead of a night club, but I also know just as you have your past time maybe going to a night club is what she likes to do. But really a felony warrant for throwing a shoe; it only shows you the stupidity of the laws in America. Hey but everyone wants to be tough on crime until it hits close to home then the system is stupid. We really need to check our laws. I have one for you’ “why isn’t cops giving a citizen speeding ticket for speeding when everyone else has to obey the laws. That should be a felony offense.

  6. SpoonChampion on March 2nd, 2012 12:59 pm

    Everyone makes bad/questionable mistakes, but when it’s time to answer to those mistakes… be responsible and face the music.

  7. Jack on March 2nd, 2012 10:50 am

    Sick and T….An excellent mother who goes to a bar, gets drunk, gets in a fight over someone invading her space, and has a failure to appear arrest warrant. But for goodness sake, don’t make judgements.
    Yes, I have made my own share of mistakes but I never expected anyone to defend my parenting abilities.
    One Aw Heck wipes out a thousand Atta boy/girls.

  8. David Huie Green on March 2nd, 2012 10:15 am

    REGARDING:
    “Who throws a shoe??? Honestly!!!”

    Muslims do. It’s a sign of extreme disrespect.
    Ladies who have had their spot taken also throw shoes.

    David for bare-foot ladies

  9. Just Saying on March 2nd, 2012 10:14 am

    If this lady you personally know threw a shoe and hit you in the face, you probably wouldn’t be here defending her.

    Once they have children, most EXCELLENT mothers stop dancing in nightclubs.

  10. Sick n Tired on March 2nd, 2012 9:53 am

    This is stupid! Everybody makes dumb decisions in their lives…. So we As people shouldn’t judge I personally know this young lady and she’s very kind hearted, and an EXCELLENT mother focus more on the positive things a person does instead of harboring on the negative things! We are always so quick to gossip but slow to offer a person help! You never know what a person is really going through! Check yourself and your life and I’m pretty sure you’ll find problems there too! #grow up

  11. James Broel on March 2nd, 2012 9:50 am

    To the conment by “me” below…this is news. She was charged with a felony for aggravated battery. Whether you believe it is warranted or not…it’s news and good to know.

  12. Dumb on March 2nd, 2012 9:39 am

    Y WOULD U THROW A SHOE . AND IF U COULD READ SHE WENT TO JAIL FOR AN OUTSTANDING WARRENT,

  13. Austin Powers on March 2nd, 2012 8:26 am

    Who throws a shoe??? Honestly!!!

  14. me on March 2nd, 2012 8:18 am

    YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING???? CHARGED????? WOW! THIS STORY IS ABOUT AS USELESS AS THE TIME IT TOOK TO REPORT IT AND TYPE IT UP. WE HAVE MURDERS AND CHILD MOLESTERS OUT THERE AND THEY ARE CHARGING A WOMAN FOR THROWING A SHOE. THE PERSON CHARGING THIS WOMAN SHOULD BE FINED FOR STUPIDITY. OUR JUSTICE SYSTEM HAS MUCH MORE PRESSING THINGS TO TAKE CARE OF THAN CRAP LIKE THIS. this woman, i doubt is from Atmore originally, I have been here all my life and have never seen or heard of her. After Ivan hit, we a lot of people move in here and that has caused much more crime. Atmore was a decent place at one time, but everytime you read a story about an Atmore person being arrested or charged, it’s always someone the “locals” dont know. What i mean by “locals”, is the people that have been born and raised here…..

  15. just my words on March 2nd, 2012 6:39 am

    some folks just can’t handle their liquid,and therefore should not drink…

  16. well on March 2nd, 2012 6:29 am

    GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN!

    Or get locked up?

  17. kim on March 2nd, 2012 12:22 am

    Priceless





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