Blind Boca Raton Man Accused Of Punching Fiance Says He Doesn't See How

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) —  A visually impaired man in Boca Raton was questioned by police after his fiance claimed he punched her while she was driving. The man told police that he often uses “touch” while communicating because of his disability. He admitted that he lightly hit his fiance, but only to suggest the direction of travel.

The police officers on the scene in the area of 241 East Palmetto Park Road said that they couldn’t prove or disprove the man’s intent. (In other words, they don’t know if he did hit his fiance and used his disability as an excuse, or if there was nothing to the report).

There were no injuries and no one saw anything. No arrest was made.

BocaNewsNow.com is not releasing the names of the people involved as no charges were filed.

 

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