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R-Section Argument Escalates, Girlfriend Hits Boyfriend With a Car, and Faces Charges

| March 6, 2012

Allison Rosensweig is accused of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, and violating her probation. (FCSO)

A 24-year-old man was air-lifted with traumatic injuries from Palm Coast’s R-Section this evening after an argument on Rylin Lane between him and his girlfriend went out of control.

“He fled out the door, down the road, and was hit by a car,” Debbie Johnson, the Flagler County Sheriff’s spokesperson, said this evening. “There was a female driver, it was the girlfriend. She’s currently in custody and she’s facing charges.”

The woman is Allison Rosensweig, 32, of 20 Rylin Lane, who last June was jailed on a charge of felony child neglect. She faces a charge of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and a charge of violating her probation.

The couple was arguing at 20 Rylin Lane. The man was hit in front of 18 Rylin Lane. Flagler County Fire Flight–after a long day fighting fires in Flagler and Volusia counties–was called in for the air-lift, which took place at the intersection of Royal Palms Parkway and Rickenbacker Drive. Those roads were briefly closed to accommodate the helicopter.

At the moment it isn’t known what the argument was about, but others were involved, and charges may be pending depending on the investigation’s findings, Johnson said.

The Palm Coast Fire Department and Flagler County Fire Rescue responded to the medical call. The victim was air-lifted to Halifax Hospital in Daytona Beach.

Last June, Rosensweig was arrested in the parking lot of the Publix on Belle Terre and Town Center Boulevard. She was there with two children, and appeared to be either intoxicated or under the influence of a narcotic. She’d been inside the store with one of the children, and had fallen asleep on a bench inside. Then, in her car, a Dodge Durango, she kept driving back and forth. A deputy “saw track markings on Ms. Rosensweig’s arms which is consistent with the use of narcotics,” according to the deputy’s report filed at the time.

At one point she’d left her daughter outside the car, and her daughter had to bang on the window to be let in. Because she’d been seen in the store with only one child, and the other, in the back seat was covered in sweat when a deputy saw her–the temperature at the time of the incident was 83 degrees–authorities concluded that Rosensweig had been neglectful. She was arrested for child neglect. A fuller account of that incident is available here.

A Flagler County Sheriff's deputy investigates the scene on Ryland Lane Monday evening, some 90 minutes after a domestic argument went out of control. (© FlaglerLive)

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5 Responses for “R-Section Argument Escalates, Girlfriend Hits Boyfriend With a Car, and Faces Charges”

  1. So, the taxpayers for the state of Florida will inherit another TBI patient, and if he lives, will spend $$$ to care for him, rehabilitate him, and probably support him for the rest of his life. His girlfriend will be convicted of a crime, probably attempted murder and likewise the taxpayers will pay to prosecute and then house her for years to come. Cases like this one have little appeal to PI trial lawyers since her actions were likely intended and insurance does not cover injuries caused by intended conduct, just negligence.
    Even if some clever lawyer figures out how to make a negligence claim the amount of coverage will be too small to pay off the huge losses to the TBI victim. In the end taxpayers foot the bill for serious accidents when there is not enough insurance.

    • SouthFloridian says:

      Ah, but as Sean Hannity would say, “Let not your heart be troubled.” Don’t worry… the scenario you described (the state paying medical and rehab bills) could be true today, but this is exactly the kind of scenario that the President’s Health Care Plan (known by conservatives as “ObamaCare”) will “fix” beginning in 2014. Starting then, everyone will be required to have health insurance. The belief is that without uninsured people finding their ways to medical facilities, the cost of health care will go down (because those facilities will not have to charge paying patients more to cover the costs of those who cannot/do not pay), and the burden on the states will be less (again because they will not need to foot those bills either). We’ll see if it works…. according to Mitt Romney, it does in Massachusetts…

  2. says:

    maybe mediation can get them back together again and their love for each other might flourish.

  3. palmcoaster says:

    Domestic violence is mostly redundant and with no solution between the same two people.
    Often leads to death

  4. Concerned Citizen says:

    This is a tradagy, I see a drug/alcohol addited yound woman with two children, a live in boyfriend, the children are the ones who suffer the most in these tragic situations and now the boyfriend may die…..for what …..this is a lot of pain visible to us as readers, these people are obviously hurting and have no standards to live by…..I am troubled by the people that comment only about their prospective and not have an ounce of compassion for the persons involved, he may die, she may go to prison, the children be placed in foster care….YES this may all come about……but where is the prayer for these kinds of people that obviously need help very badly…………..this is sad in itself, also the smart aec remarks about them….I know we all need to care for one another and not judge one another , she will pay for the wrong choices she made and so will her children and her once called boyfriend … we as a society need to continue the abuse by bashing them here?

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