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Whitefish Wife Charged In Stabbing

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Paperwork charging the Whitefish woman who is accused of stabbing her husband earlier this week is now filed.

AnnMari Newton, 39, is charged with assault with a weapon after police say she attacked her husband, 37-year-old Chad Newton Monday night, while their two young children were at home with them.

AnnMari Newton is being held in the Flathead County Detention Center.

A date has not been set yet for her arraignment.

Chad Newton was taken to the ICU at Kalispell Regional Medical Center for emergency surgery.

As of November 27, he is no longer listed on the Hospital's registry.

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