frank bozzomo Frank Bozzomo, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

New Jersey Man Jailed, Allegedly Punched Boca Man On Federal Highway

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POLICE REPORT: New Jersey Man Yells “I’m Going To F..K You Up” As He Beats Victim, Then Tries To Drag Victim As He Flees Scene In Car

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Frank Bozzomo, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

UPDATE: February 18, 2021 — Prosecutors opted to “no file” this case, which means charges were dropped.

BOCA RATON, FL ( — New Jersey resident Frank Bozzomo of the 300 block of Grant Avenue in Middlesex, NJ, is now a resident of the Palm Beach County Jail. He allegedly brutally beat a man on Federal Highway in Boca Raton, then tried to drag that man as he drove away.

Here is the narrative from the Boca Raton Police report reviewed by

“On December 1, 2020, the victim stated that the defendant, Frank Bozzomo, cut him off in the middle of Federal Highway with his silver in color Mustang. The defendant then exited his vehicle approaching the victim saying, “I am going to F..K you up.” The victim advised he had opened the car door slightly and then felt Bozzomo pull open the driver’s door and reach in the vehicle to pull the victim out of the car. The victim stated everything happened too fast and is unsure if he was grabbed with one hand or two.”

Continues the police report:

“Bozzomo grabbed the victim and pulled him out of the car putting the victim’s hoodie over his head. The defendant then began striking the victim multiple times on his head. The victim advised after the strikes the defendant pulled him towards the Mustang. While the victim was standing outside of the driver’s side door of the Mustang, the defendant began to drive off. The victim said he felt himself moving so he took the hoodie off his head fast and began to move with the car because his arm was inside. The victim stated he was able to pull his arm free and then rolled on the street ultimately hitting his head on a curb. The victim advised he then rolled about 30-40 feet.”

From the investigating officer:

“My investigation revealed that the defendant entered a conveyance (car) with the intent to commit a crime. The defendant then battered the victim multiple times. The victim had cuts and abrasions on his head, extremities, and back consistent with the statement given. The victim and the witness both positively identified Bozzomo as the male who committed the crime.”

Bozzomo is charged with “Battery” as well as “Burglary of an Occupied Conveyance.” He was booked into the he Palm Beach County Jail around 3:25 p.m. on Wednesday and remains held without bond Thursday morning.




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