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Update on Kalispell Attempted Homicide

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The Kalispell man who allegedly shot his second wife three times in their home is still in the Flathead County Detention Center.

Thirty-nine-year-old Steven Michael Foley appeared in Flathead County Justice Court August 21.

His bail was set at $150,000.

According to court documents, Foley shot Jodi Stimson-Foley with a .22 caliber firearm.

Kalispell police say Steven Foley's first wife, Beth Foley, alerted authorities to the shooting on Sixth Avenue West after her ex-husband called and confessed the incident to her.

Foley's wife was taken to Kalispell Regional Hospital for emergency surgery, which authorities say was successful.

He is being charged with attempted deliberate homicide.

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