Mississippi man out on bond after being accused of biting someone's nose off

MI man charged with felony mayhem and booked on $50,000 bond

A Mississippi man is out on bond after being accused of biting a person's nose off Monday night.

The incident occurred in the parking lot of the Hollywood Casino in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. Police officers responded to a complaint of an assault and arrived to find a victim with a disfiguring facial injury.

"The investigation determined that suspect, Mark Curtis Wells, bit the nose off of the victim," Bay St. Louis Police Chief Toby Schwartz said in a news release.

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According to the release, officers learned an argument had ensued prior to the incident between Wells and the victim over a golf game played at a neighboring golf course. The argument continued throughout the day until it culminated in the casino parking lot.

A Mississippi man is out on bond for being accused of biting someone's nose off after an argument about a neighborhood golf game. The man was charged with felony mayhem and booked on a $50K bond.

A Mississippi man is out on bond for being accused of biting someone's nose off after an argument about a neighborhood golf game. The man was charged with felony mayhem and booked on a $50K bond.

Wells initially fled the scene in a dark-colored Tesla, but later turned himself in. He was charged with felony mayhem and booked on a $50,000 bond into the Hancock County jail. He paid down the bond and was released from custody less than an hour after being booked, reported the Biloxi Sun Herald.

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An attorney for Wells could not immediately be reached for comment.