FSU Police are interviewing the last of witnesses in the student union who saw the fight between FSU football players and members of the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity.
Police have reported about 25 eyewitnesses who have come forward so far and there are one or two more they'll be speaking with Thursday morning. Investigators say they will most likely have a police report by Thursday, which is when the state attorney will begin filing formal charges.
Major Jim Russel with FSU police says there will be at least three students charged in the fight and he says it could be more than that. The investigation will ultimately decide which state statutes apply to this sort of crime. FSU police say they'll have the help of the state attorney in making those decisions.
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