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Man Bites Resident’s Ear During Fight Inside Veterans’ Shelter in LIC

A man has been arrested for biting the ear of a victim inside a homeless veterans’ shelter, pictured, in Long Island City Wednesday (Photo: NYPD)

Mar. 3, 2022 By Michael Dorgan

A man has been arrested for biting the ear of a fellow resident during a fight inside a veterans’ shelter in Long Island City Wednesday.

Donald Wright, 62, was arrested for attempted assault and harassment yesterday for allegedly biting the left ear of a 65-year-old man inside Borden Avenue Veterans Residence at around 7:35 a.m., according to police.

Wright allegedly approached the victim in a fighting stance inside the 21-10 Borden Ave. location and then bit him, causing lacerations to his ear, police said.

The victim was taken to Elmhurst Hospital in stable condition where he received multiple stitches, police said. A report on the safety alert app Citizen stated that the victim’s ear had been bitten right off.

Wright and the victim are both residents of the shelter, cops said.

Police said they do not know what sparked the incident or if the two men had been arguing beforehand.

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Dick Vitale II

Mike Tyson did it first! And with more blood. And got to swallow parts of it. Top that!!!

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Pamela

Most likely fighting over the last loaf of bread. Please respect and help our shelters. Like Julie Won stated about the increase of 911 calls at shelters in our district “No one person deserves or garners more respect than any other individual in our neighborhood.”

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