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Woman charged with punching and ripping out the hair of witness

A woman is accused of punching and ripping out the hair of a witness in the case of a Fort Totten, N.D., man charged with domestic assault. Bonnie Lou Cavanaugh, 28, faces a federal charge of obstructing justice by retaliating against a witness, ...

A woman is accused of punching and ripping out the hair of a witness in the case of a Fort Totten, N.D., man charged with domestic assault.

Bonnie Lou Cavanaugh, 28, faces a federal charge of obstructing justice by retaliating against a witness, victim or informant, according to an indictment. She is set to be arraigned Sept. 8 in Grand Forks.

The indictment says that, on April 25, Cavanaugh assaulted Linda Mae Adams, who gave information to authorities concerning the case of Roman Cavanaugh Jr.

Roman Cavanaugh Jr., 33, is accused of habitually abusing Amanda Luedke, a woman that he lived with and had a child with. His case is slated for trial Oct. 27.

The relationships between Roman Cavanaugh, Bonnie Cavanaugh and Adams were not immediately clear. Attempts to reach attorneys in these cases were unsuccessful Wednesday.

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