Hernando County man punched, stomped and ‘body smashed’ victim in critical condition in Spring Hill Subway over debt – The Published Reporter®

According to authorities, 26-year-old Rohan Blackwood is charged with an aggravated battery causing physical injury or disability. Sheriff’s Office in Hernando County

SPRING HILL, FL — On Sept. 8, 2022, at approximately 4 p.m., Hernando County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the Subway restaurant, located at 14308 Spring Hill Drive in Spring Hill, regarding a physical altercation that occurred at the store.

Upon arrival, officers met the caller, a Subway employee. The employee said two unidentified men became involved in a physical altercation at the store. The males then left the store before going their separate ways and leaving the area.

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Officers thoroughly searched the area and were unable to locate anyone who appeared to have been involved in an argument.

Later that day at about 8:30 p.m., a woman contacted the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office to report that she had gone to the Anderson Snow Road and Spring Hill Drive area a few hours earlier to pick up a relative. to fetch. Upon arrival, the female saw that the relative, an adult male, appeared to be beaten and heavy and unable to stand on her own.


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The victim, unable to speak, could not tell what had happened. The woman helped the victim into her car and took him to a local hospital. The victim was later transported to a local trauma center in critical condition. Major Case detectives were called in to investigate.

A preliminary investigation reveals that the victim entered the Subway, and shortly after, a black man with shoulder-length dreads entered the store. For a moment it seemed as if the men were talking, until the black male suspect started pushing the victim. The two men then became engaged in a physical altercation.

While still at it, the two men moved toward the front door and eventually exited the store. Once outside, the victim took out a can of pepper spray and sprayed the suspect in the face. The suspect then picked up the victim and “body beat” him to the ground. The suspect then used his foot to “stamp” several times on the victim’s head.

Witnesses told detectives that the victim tried to get away from the suspect during the physical altercation. A surveillance video shows both men entering the store and walking to the back. The men seemed to be talking to each other as they walked to the front door. The victim then tried to leave the store; however, the suspect remained standing in front of the door, preventing the victim from leaving. The men got into a physical altercation and headed out the front door.

Video shows how the suspect lifts the victim in the air and then drops him on the concrete. The males then left the camera view. Moments later, the suspect was seen running away from the subway. After collecting several pieces of evidence, detectives went to the home of the suspect, who was identified as 26-year-old Rohan Blackwood.

Blackwood told detectives that he had argued with the victim because the victim owed him money. Blackwood also stated that he did “body slam” the victim on the ground, after the victim had sprayed him with pepper spray.

Detectives then placed Blackwood under arrest. Blackwood declined to discuss the incident further. Blackwood was transported to the Hernando County Detention Center and charged with an aggravated battery that caused physical injury or disability. The case remains active, authorities said.

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