Fight Over Bedsheets Leads To Boca Raton Man’s Arrest

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Justin Rogulski, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Boca Raton man is facing an “Affray” charge (fighting) after the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office rushed to a home in the 22700 block of SW 66th Avenue.

According to a police report reviewed by BocaNewsNow.com, Deputies arrived to find a woman screaming “help” in the doorway of the home. She had blood coming from her mouth. As Deputies attempted to deal with the woman, a man named “Hung” allegedly started punching another man — Justin Rogulski.

Once separated, Rogulski told Deputies that he lives in the home with several other roommates and on this night, the woman (screaming for help at the door) was in the home picking up her belongings. Rogulski — according to the report — said she was, “extremely drunk and began an argument with Justin concerning bedsheets. The argument escalated and she began to attack Justin with her hands, scratching him with her fingernails heavily. Justin then locked himself in the bathroom and called 911. However, the woman broke down the door to the bathroom and continued to attack Justin. The fight moved to the living room. It was at this point that Justin said he punched the woman once on the face so as to make her stop attacking him. Then, one of Justin’s roommates, Hung, intervened in the fight and began to attack Justin. The two then engaged in a fist fight as PBSO Deputies arrived on the scene.”

Police also spoke with Hung, who apparently inebriated and had choice words for police. “I spoke with Hung, I smelled the strong odor of alcoholic beverage emanating from him, he said that Hung noticed the argument between Justin and the woman and tried to intervene. Hung could not elaborate more than this and repeatedly called Deputies on the scene ‘Dirty Pigs.'”

Deputies ultimately deterred Rogulski started the problem and charged him with “disorderly conduct — affray.” He was booked into jail at 4:36 a.m. on September 16th and later released on his own recognizance. A court date is set for later this year.



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