A man lost a one-inch chunk of his ear during a bar fight May 19 at Diane's Second Chance Saloon.
OUTSIDE MILWAUKEE, WI -- Holyfield-Tyson apparently broke out Saturday night at Diane's Second Chance Saloon. According to an Oak Creek police report, two men were fighting about 2 a.m. May 19 when one of them bit off a one-inch chunk of the other's ear—like the infamous 1997 boxing match in which Mike Tyson bit Evander Holyfield. A bartender told police the incident started as a verbal altercation in the parking lot and turned physical inside the bar, 9430 S. 27th St. The man who bit the ear fled before police arrived, according to the report. Police are still investigating.
More than $1,000 was missing from Diane's Second Chance Saloon, according to an Oak Creek police report. The money was taken in the overnight hours Saturday.
Oak Creek police are investigating an apparent burglary at Diane's Second Chance Saloon, 9430 S. 27th St., over the Memorial Day weekend. According to a police report, an employee entered the building about 4:35 a.m. Saturday to count money from the previous night and check on the residence, but found two doors ajar and a window open before discovering the missing money, according to the report. An estimated $1,000 was taken from a cash drawer and lottery box, according to the report. Police found no evidence of forced entry and did not identify any possible suspects.