BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A boyfriend pushed his allegedly jealous and pregnant girlfriend out of the car, ran her over, then stopped to cry in Coconut Creek because he “does not like drama.”
Now, 33-year-old Walter Oscar Honorato of Dynasty Drive in Boca Raton is facing Aggravated Assault charges.
BocaNewsNow.com, which first reported the attack yesterday, has now obtained the Affidavit of Probable Cause.
The arresting officer wrote:
(The Victim) stated she went to Blue Martini with her boyfriend, Walter Honorato, at approximately 2200 hours.
(The Victim) and Honorato have been dating for over one year and share an intimate relationship. They were both drinking alcohol throughout the night and at approximately 0230 hours, and Honorato returned to his vehicle and started to argue over ongoing jealousy issues. Honorato was in the driver`s seat and was in the front passenger`s seat. After a couple minutes of arguing, Honorato started to drive out of the parking lot and told him she preferred to get a ride home from someone else. She told him to stop the vehicle but he continued to drive. said she is unsure of what exactly happened next but the two engaged in a brief physical altercation. She recalls Honorato punching her in the forehead area and said she slapped him. then opened the front passenger side door and demanded he stop the vehicle so she could get out. At that time, Honorato reached over and pushed out of the vehicle. said the left side of her body hit the road first and then she believes she was somehow struck by the vehicle.
After being examined by medical staff, a tire mark was observed on the right side of body. Photographs were taken of injuries which included the road rash, numerous bruises and lacerations and a 1/2 inch hematoma on the left side of her forehead. An x-ray determined that pelvis was fractured. She was later transported to Delray Medical Center as a trauma alert.
Police ultimately tracked down Honorato who acknowledged fighting with his girlfriend who he said was jealous over another girl looking at him.
He added, according to police:
She then re-opened the door and told Honorato to stop the vehicle. Honorato advised he did not want to stop the vehicle because he did not want to go back and confront the woman in the bar which he suspected would do. Honorato said then reached for his steering wheel and at that time, Honorato pushed away with his right hand. Honorato said at that time, bit his right middle finger and he quickly pulled his hand back. He continued to drive and did not engage in any further physical altercation with . Honorato stated as he made a right hand turn onto the perimeter road of the mall, the door was open and fell out of the van. Honorato said he did not push her out of the van but believes she fell out because she was holding onto the open door. He looked in the rearview mirror and saw lying in the roadway. Honorato said was acting dramatic and irrational so he did not want to stop and continue to argue. He did not notice any obvious signs that she was injured. He figured she would get up and walk back to Blue Martini. Honorato then continued to drive to a familiar location off State Road 7 (441) in Coconut Creek where he parked the van in a parking lot and became emotional over the events that took place. Honorato said he does not like drama and he couldn`t understand why was acting so irrational. He did not want to return home because he did not want to continue to argue if was there. He decided to sleep in his vehicle for the remainder of the night.
When Honorato woke up, he stated he noticed that purse, house keys and cell phone were still in his van so he returned to their residence and brought the items inside. When he realized was not home, he figured she may have gone to the hospital so he fed their dogs and went to his friend`s house to discuss what happened. At that time, Honorato did not know where was. Honorato advised he figured she may have been at the hospital because she was drunk when they left Blue Martini. He told his friend to contact local hospitals to see if was there but their search was unsuccessful. He did not contact police when his search was unsuccessful but at approximately 1500 hours, he received a phone call from and was advised of her injuries and location.
Honorato then returned several messages left by Boca Raton Detectives who told him what he had done, and he acknowledged that the woman he pushed from the vehicle may be pregnant.
(Detectives) explained to Honorato that his van had run over the right side of body. Honorato advised he was unaware that she had been struck by his vehicle as he did not feel a bump. Honorato described his van as “big” and “heavy” and stated he uses the vehicle for work in construction. During the interview, Honorato advised that he and suspected that she was pregnant due to her late or missed menstrual cycle.
Honorato posted bond and was released from the Palm Beach County Jail. Records do not indicate of a “no contact” issue was ordered, however, we learned that Honorato was charged with Criminal Mischief in November and Burglary in August.
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