By Greg Hambrick
Sadly, it's not unusual to see stories of suspects biting police officers during an arrest. Usually, the injury isn't this severe.
A woman in Fredericksburg is accused of biting a police officer.
"In the course of being bitten or forcibly removing his hand, the officer's hand fractured," according to a police spokesperson. "It was his left hand, and he is left-handed."Read more about the incident and the rest of the stories in our daily digest of top news from around the region.
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