Amy Lynn Aronowitz Amy Lynn Aronowitz, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

PBSO Jails Former Delray Beach Police Officer


Amy Aronowitz Invokes Florida Statute To Block Booking Photos

Amy Lynn Aronowitz
[Amy Lynn Aronowitz, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail. As a former Delray Beach police officer, Aronowitz has opted for her booking photo to be blocked. She has requested this for her last three arrests.]

DELRAY BEACH, FL ( — Former Delray Beach Police Officer Amy Aronowitz is again behind bars Wednesday for the third time in the past two years.

Aronowitz, according to jail records, is charged with violating the conditions of her pre-trial release on a domestic violence charge from earlier this year. She is also charged with contempt of court for violating a domestic violence protection injunction.

We would publish Aronowitz’ booking photo but as a former police officer, she filed a 119.071 request which blocks her booking photo from being released. She apparently did the same thing on February 19th, 2020 when she was arrested by PBSO for battery, and previously on May 21, 2019, when she was arrested by PBSO for DUI and Hit and Run. She was found guilty of the DUI portion and sentenced to probation.

The hit and run charge was not prosecuted.

[ obtained the official exemption requested filed by Amy Aronowitz. PBSO is required to comply under Florida Statute].

Amy Aronowitz’ booking photos were not made public for any of these arrests — although other Palm Beach County residents charged with crimes routinely do have their booking photos released.

Aronowitz was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail at 10:01 a.m. on Wednesday. Bail had not been set as of 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.



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