Man Has Teeth Knocked Out Defending Girlfriend
The assault happened during a party on Johns Hopkins University’s campus.
A man had three teeth knocked out after getting jumped during a party at Johns Hopkins University.
According to Baltimore police, at 12:30 a.m., Feb. 16, a man hit a woman during a party on the Homewood campus, in the 3400 block of N. Charles Street.
The woman’s boyfriend then confronted the man who hit his girlfriend. At that point, the man struck the boyfriend, who fell to the ground.
Two other men then joined in the fight, and started punching and kicking the boyfriend.
As a result of the beating, the man had to be taken to the hospital for three missing teeth, bruises and scratches, according to police.
The men involved in the attack ran off in an unknown direction.