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by JP Bill / May 5, 2005 12:45 AM PDT
Infant doused with pepper spray as families brawl at Idaho Wal-Mart

PONDERAY, Idaho (AP) - A woman doused a two-month-old girl with pepper spray while feuding with the infant's family in an Idaho Wal-Mart, police said.

Lorlie Gantenbein, 36, of Sagle, Idaho, was charged Tuesday with felony injury to a child. She was released after posting $5,000 bail.

The infant was recovering at home after being sprayed Monday, Police Chief Mike Hutter said. The baby was treated at a hospital.

The cause of the dispute between the families was not immediately known.

"It sounded like this has been going on for a while," Hutter told the Bonner County Daily Bee newspaper.

"It just escalated."

Police said Gantenbein's 16-year-old daughter sprayed the infant's grandmother and aunt, one of whom was holding the child. Gantenbein then took the canister and sprayed the baby, authorities said. The juvenile was cited with two counts of battery.

Gantenbein did not immediately return a call left at her home Wednesday. Authorities said she has not yet been had a lawyer appointed.


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