SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Authorities say a Riverton man sprayed bear repellant at a woman who was left with a swollen face.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports that the Riverton man was charged Tuesday with aggravated assault, possession of a dangerous weapon, tampering with a witness and child abuse.
The women's two children reportedly suffered from the bear spray at her Sandy home.
It wasn't clear what prompted the Aug. 24 attack. The nature of the man's relationship with the victim wasn't disclosed.
Police found the man and his girlfriend in a nearby building. Investigators say they smelled of bear spray.