2 unrelated stories in the same newspaper today Woman bites driverâ€™s finger off at New Jersey mall after she steals her parking spot PARKING WARS: Tonya Knight-Joseph had just pulled into a space outside the Cherry Hill mall, when two women approached and starting cursing at her for cutting in. When she put her hands up, one of the suspects bit right through her digit and took it off. Monday, March 10, 2014, 7:45 AM Tonya Knight-Joseph says two women approached her car and called her â€˜all types of B-wordsâ€™ before assaulting her. A race for a parking space at a New Jersey mall turned ugly when an angry woman bit off another driver's finger, police said. Cops were called to Cherry Hill Mall's parking lot Saturday afternoon shortly after the bloody dispute between the motorists. Tonya Knight-Joseph claims she had just parked up by Aisle 18 at 4 p.m. â€” after circling several times â€” when two women approached. They accused her of pinching their space. Cherry Hill police are searching for this woman, described as a black female in her mid-30s, heavy set build with â€˜bushyâ€™ hair, possibly operating a dark-colored, older model Audi. "As soon as I got out of the car (one of the women) started calling me all types of B-words," Knight-Joseph told ABC. "She got this close to my face, her nose touched my nose. She was yelling and screaming then she hit me in the face," she added. Scratched, Knight-Joseph said she "put up her hands in defense" but was then one of the women bit on the finger. Tonya Knight-Joseph nearly lost a finger in the parking lot of the Cherry Hill Mall in Cherry Hill, N.J. "It was hanging off by a little piece of skin," Knight-Joseph said. After dialing 911, presumably with another digit, she was advised by dispatchers not to chase the suspect but instead report to Cooper University Hospital. Treated with tetanus shots and tested for HIV, she is still waiting to find out if part of her finger will have to be amputated. 'She got this close to my face, her nose touched my nose,' Tonya Knight-Joseph's says from her hospital bed. Police have released an image of the suspect, with officers saying they are desperate to track her down. "This is a very big deal, beyond an assault. She went through to the bone, the bone is actually fractured, and the finger was nearly severed," Cherry Hill Police Lt. Amy Winters said. "This is an aggravated assault and it's something very serious. You're always concerned with bites, also with infections," she added. The suspect is described as a black, heavy-set female in her mid-30s with bushy hair. She was driving a dark-colored Audi sedan. Macomb County Sheriff's Office Danielle Nebelung, 31, was charged with assault with the intent to maim after she allegedly bit off a â€˜substantial portionâ€™ of her boyfriendâ€™s ear. Talk about getting an earful. A 31-year-old Michigan woman was behind bars after she bit off part of her boyfriendâ€™s ear during a domestic dispute over the weekend. Danielle Nebelung was allegedly chewing her boyfriendâ€™s ear off during a verbal argument around 2:45 a.m. Saturday when the fight turned physical. As the womanâ€™s 36-year-old boyfriend turned to walk into the bedroom of their Macomb Township home, Nebelung started to punch the man in the face and head, the Detroit Free Press reported. When he turned away from her, she allegedly hopped on the manâ€™s back and chomped off the top part of his left ear. Nebelung was arraigned Monday on a charge of aggravated assault with the intent to maim and held in lieu of a $10,000 bond. The felony charge carries a sentence of up to 10 years in prison if convicted.