BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Former Miami Dolphin David Boston is in the Palm Beach County Jail after allegedly punching a Boca Raton woman. First reported by our friends at Channel 25, the Palm Beach County Jail confirms that Boston is being held in lieu of $3,000 and has been charged with “aggravated battery (to) cause bodily harm or disability.” According to WPBF, the alleged assault took place in the 21000 block of Cromwell Circle. Boston played for the Dolphins in the 2004-2005 season.
Boston’s home address is listed as an apartment on Flamingo Road in Davie.
BocaNewsNow.com has obtained the Probable Cause report, and is providing it below. However, we have removed the name of the victim.
xxx, in front of the residence, who stated that, her friend white female xxx had a bad cut to her head. Gardner stepped out of the residence and advised that black male David Boston did this to her and fled on foot. Boca Raton Fire Rescue # 5
transported Gardner to Boca Raton Hospital for further treatment.
I spoke with xxx who stated that Gardner called her earlier in
the evening and asked if she could come over to the house. xxx said xxx was uncomfortable with black male David Boston (xxx`s friend) being at the residence.
xxx advised everything seemed ok and the three began drinking and eating some pizza.
xxx became a little nervous as she observed Boston drink a bottle of vodka, a bottle of wine and take some unknown pills. Boston soon after began to ask xxx if she would
take him to the Hilton Garden Inn where he was going to stay for awhile.
xxx to come outside to the garage so he could speak to her. xxx said she didn`t want to speak to him outside and she wasn`t going to take him to the hotel tonight, due to
she was drinking. Boston became angry and grabbed xxx by her shirt, in an attempt to pull her outside.
When xxx attempted to get between Boston and xxx, Boston shoved
her down on the couch. xxx then got in between xxx and Boston and was also shoved down on the couch. xxx then observed Boston, with a closed fist, punch xxx two times in the head. xxx advised that she told Boston she was calling the police and
Boston fled on foot out the front door.
xxx provided a written statement which was placed in the Boca Raton Property/Evidence.
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