FSU Police Question New Witness in Union Fight

By: Blaine Tolison Email
By: Blaine Tolison Email

Tallahassee - We'll have to wait another day on the details as a new witness has come forward in the FSU student union fight. FSU police investigators are planning to discuss charges with the state attorney on Friday.

Major Jim Russell says they will continue interviewing witnesses as they come in because investigators would still like to nail down some of the events from the fight.

"Within these priorities is the fact that we had this young lady get hurt pretty bad when a chair got thrown at her, so we're not turning any witnesses away who have information. If it means it slows it down a little bit, that's ok, because in the end we want this to be not just done, but done right." said Major Russell.

The Union fight took place last Wednesday between FSU football players and members of the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity. FSU police say there will be multiple arrests, but would not comment about the suspects.

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