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Case Against North Dakota Tribal Official aAdvances

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GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) - A judge has determined there is enough evidence to continue with a case against a Spirit Lake Nation social services official accused in a domestic disturbance at a Grand Forks apartment.
    
The Grand Forks Herald reports that during a preliminary hearing Friday, Magistrate Judge John Thelen said the state had provided enough evidence against Mark Little Owl for him to appear in court on charges of theft, simple assault and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
    
Little Owl is accused of hitting the mother of his two boys with his fist, taking her cell phone and throwing one of the boys from a bedroom where the alleged altercation took place.
    
Little Owl's attorney said his client will plead not guilty at his arraignment, scheduled for Tuesday.
  

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