‘Savage’ Springfield man arrested, allegedly bit man’s ear


A Springfield man was arrested after he allegedly bit another man’s ear during an argument last week.

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Bradley M. Long, 28, of 935 Mound Street, is facing one count of assault. He’s expected to appear in the Clark County Municipal Court at 10:30 a.m. today.

Long and the victim were allegedly hanging out and drinking on Friday night when they got into an argument, according to a police report. The victim asked Long to leave, but he refused. Long then allegedly pushed the man into the bedroom, held him against the bed and bit the victim’s ear. Long then left the area, the report said.

Long then called police and said during the argument the victim’s dog bit him. He also told police the victim bit him in the chest, but there were no bite marks on Long, the report said. Long had blood on his chest and throat from the victim’s face, the report said.

Long allegedly lauged and told police: “Yeah, I bit his ear because I’m savage.” He was arrested, processed at the Clark County Jail and ordered into court.

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