Today’s Wanted Wednesday focuses on a Felonious Assault in Columbus


On 10/7/2023 officers responded to a fight in the 3700 block of S. Hamilton Rd. Prior to arrival officers were notified that the victim had his ear partially bitten off by the suspect, a male black between the ages of 25-35. Officers arrived and found that the fight had ended. Officers were informed that the fight had originally started inside the business but then spilled outside onto the patio. Officers noted that glass bottles, metal tables, and the patio chairs were thrown all around the outside of the location. Some tables were thrown against the building causing damage to the business. Officers observed the victim holding a shirt over his left ear as it was bleeding. Officers were able to locate the detached piece of the victim’s ear on the front walkway. Madison Twp. Medic 181 responded, collected the ear, and transported the Victim to a local hospital in stable condition. Officers reviewed security footage with the business and found images of the suspect and altercation.

Detectives are asking from help identifying the suspect in the photos who is wanted for Felonious Assault, a Felony of the 2nd degree. The suspect is violent and should be approached with caution.

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