Jacksonville, Florida – U.S. Navy Chief Kyle Rogemoser found himself in a dire situation as he celebrated his recent promotion, resulting in his arrest for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend in their Florida hotel room. The incident took a dramatic turn when a good Samaritan came to the rescue.
According to an arrest report obtained by Fox News Digital, the disturbing events unfolded on October 7th. The report stated that Rogemoser, 36, had been celebrating his Navy promotion when things took a violent turn.
The couple had arrived at a DoubleTree hotel in Jacksonville at approximately 5 p.m., where they shared an alcoholic beverage and had a celebratory dinner. However, as the night progressed, the couple got into an argument in their hotel room.
The situation escalated when Rogemoser allegedly punched his girlfriend in the mouth three times. In desperation, the victim started to call for help. A knock on the hotel room door was heard, and she opened it to find a good Samaritan who came to her aid. The witness picked her up and took her downstairs to the hotel management, where they promptly called 911.
The responding officers arrived at the scene, and the witness was able to identify Rogemoser, who had a noticeable red abrasion on his neck. He was arrested on one count of misdemeanor domestic battery shortly after midnight.
Rogemoser, who appeared to be “extremely intoxicated,” repeatedly claimed that he could not understand his Miranda rights during the arrest, according to the police report.
The victim sustained visible injuries, including red marks on her chin and neck, as well as fresh blood on her lower lip. She was promptly photographed for documentation.
Following his arrest, Rogemoser was booked into the Duval County Jail on October 7th and was released three days later after a family member posted his $5,003 bail, as per court records.
The 35-year-old victim, who shares a residence with Rogemoser, has obtained a temporary restraining order against him, prohibiting any contact.
Kyle Rogemoser is scheduled to appear in court on October 31st for his arraignment. As of now, neither he nor a U.S. Navy spokesperson has provided any comment on the situation.
This incident serves as a stark reminder of the importance of immediate intervention by concerned individuals in cases of alleged domestic violence, potentially preventing further harm to the victims involved.