Witnesses Say Molino Wedding Reception Stabbing Victim Was The Aggressor, ECSO Report States

March 13, 2023

Multiple witnesses told authorities that a stabbing victim at a Molino wedding reception was the aggressor, and one man has been charged with the stabbing.

Deputies arrived to find the adult victim bleeding profusely on a bus parked in front of the private event venue in the 4300 block of Crabtree Church Road.

The victim, described as a man in his 60s, was airlifted to a Pensacola hospital after the incident just after 8 p.m.

Harold Alfonso Ramos-Feliz (pictured), age 53 of Ocala, was charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. He was released from the Escambia County Jail Sunday afternoon on a $15,000 bond.

When Ramos-Feliz was taken into custody, he had a black folding knife with blood residue in his possession, according to the ECSO.

Witnesses told deputies that the victim was being aggressive toward Ramos-Feliz and other guests. The victim was being restrained by other guests and directed to the parking lot, according to an arrest report.

One witness told deputies he saw the victim causing problems with other guests when the victim approached him and punched him twice in the face. The man said he did not  know  the victim or know why he was attacked. He stated that he did not require medical attention and did not wish to pursue charges.

The owner of the wedding venue told deputies that the victim was causing problems with multiple guests. She said the victim “made threats that he has killed people and could kill someone as he is with the CIA”, an ECSO report states, and she demanded that he leave the property. She said the victim was then escorted outside by several of his relatives at which time the altercation with Ramos-Feliz and the stabbing occurred.

Ramos-Feliz’s statements to deputies were redacted from the arrest report provided by the State Attorney’s Office.

The victim was airlifted to a Pensacola hospital with serious injuries. An update on his condition was not available Monday.


6 Responses to “Witnesses Say Molino Wedding Reception Stabbing Victim Was The Aggressor, ECSO Report States”

  1. northofI10 on March 18th, 2023 10:54 am

    Geez, people think politics will lead to awkward moments during holidays and family reunions not to mention seating arrangements and using plastic silverware.

  2. Missy on March 13th, 2023 6:43 pm

    Thank you for updating this story with the facts.

  3. Lou on March 13th, 2023 5:10 am

    How sad and selfish. A wedding should be a happy occasion. It’s a day meant for the bride and groom. Why even bring a weapon?

  4. Steve on March 13th, 2023 12:12 am

    Making memories,, Happy or sad or wild and crazy.. In the end its just something to tell about a day that I am sure started out great and ended memorable To some a terrifying memory to others a front row seat to a circus act that even Vegas has not done.,. Congratulations to the bride an groom. May they form the cement that can carry the load of building up what has been stuck… I seen the place out there and its beautiful with great staff. Hope the food was good and the alcohol flowed like a rolling river.

  5. Paul on March 12th, 2023 3:35 pm

    I usually skip the knife and just bring my gunz to weddings ;)

  6. Great start? on March 12th, 2023 12:54 pm

    Looks like this is off to a great start. Family reunions in this bunch must be interesting!

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