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Posted Saturday, May 26, 2007
Women is said to severely bite son-in-law's ear
By The Associated Press

ROGERS, Ark. --A woman was charged with second-degree domestic battery after biting off part of her new son-in-law's ear.

Police say Julie Lynn Jenkins, 42, bit Leland Shawn Charles Knighting's ear Wednesday night. Officers found Knighting lying in the street, holding the side of his head and bleeding heavily from an ear. Knighting, 20, identified Jenkins as his attacker.

Knighting married Jenkins' daughter, Amber Noel Jenkins, 19, last week in Rogers.

Julie Jenkins, who also had an outstanding warrant for failing to pay a fine for disorderly conduct, told officers Knighting had pinned her down and she had bitten part of his ear off in self-defense.

Others nearby said Jenkins and another daughter initiated the fight. Copyright 2007 Associated Press

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