Bonnie Quick

Murder Charge Filed Against Boca Raton Woman

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Bonnie Quick, 63, Taken Into Custody Tuesday Evening. Allegedly Stabbed Boyfriend Five Times Over Money For A Truck.

Bonnie Quick, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.


UPDATE: 10:22 AM — PBSO confirms what we reported early this morning — the jail elevated the actual charge. Quick is charged with ATTEMPTED Second Degree Murder. According to a police report reviewed by, Bonnie Quick became upset when she asked her boyfriend to give her $20,000 to buy a truck. Presumably unhappy with his response, “she took out a knife and stabbed her boyfriend five times in the torso.” The stabbing occurred in a vehicle just outside their home at 10575 228th Lane South in Boca Raton. After being stabbed, the victim went inside to ask someone else who is living there to call 911. The victim was transported to Delray Medical Center where he continues to be treated.

BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office overnight arrested a West Boca Raton woman and charged her with homicide. The alleged victim is unknown as of 5:30 a.m.

Bonnie Quick, 63, of the 10500 block of 228th Lane South in Boca Raton is now facing one count of “homicide — murder, dangerous depraved without premeditation.” She was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail at 11:48 p.m. The location of her arrest was not immediately known. Her residential address is just west of 441, north of Sandalfoot Drive.

There were no EMS dispatches to the street in the hours prior to her arrest.

We note that Palm Beach County Jail records frequently elevate “attempted murder” charges to “homicide” due to computer issues during an inmate’s intake.


Paul Saperstein


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