-- Valdosta, Ga. -- May 5, 2012 --
Commander Brian Childress of the Valdosta Police Department said "we got a call where a person showed up at the hospital, had a portion of his ear bitten off."
Around 2 o'clock this past Sunday morning police responded to their third call related to the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity house on Baytree road.
That's where they say a fight ended with part of a man's ear bitten off.
Commander Childress said "at that time we believed that person was a VSU student. However in fact we have now confirmed he was not a student. But he was at one of the fraternity houses."
One VSU student, Sean Harper, said "there's going to be a lot of integration between students and non students. Especially people who don't run off to college. That just are around and try and save money to go to college."
Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates asked Commander Childress "are there any leads or idea of who bit the ear?"
He responded by saying "yes we know exactly who did it. We've identified the person who was involved in biting the victims ear, but we've also found witnesses that are conflicting the information told to us by the victim."
At this time investigators say they have a victim with a partial ear and no one is currently under arrest.
Police have not released the names of the victim or suspect. The victim was treated at the South Georgia Medical Center.
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