By Tim Leeds/Havre Daily Newsemail@example.com
A Havre woman charged with attempted deliberate homicide in the shooting of her estranged husband is out of jail.
Angelic Jennifer Frost, 30, was released from the Hill County Detention Center after her father, Alan Leens, posted $5,000 bond Wednesday, Sheriff Greg Szudera said.
State District Judge David Rice reduced her bond Tuesday from $100,000 to $5,000.
Rice said she could have no contact with Dolph Frost, who suffered a gunshot wound to the shoulder. Rice also said she could not have weapons in her home, and that she could not consume or be near drugs or alcohol.
Rice ordered that she remain in the custody of her parents, Alan and Susan Leens, and that she must obtain a travel permit to leave the county even in the custody of her parents.
Rice said he would not release Frost on her own recognizance because of her prior criminal history, chemical dependency issues and the nature of the charge. He said that because of her family ties to the community, her family's ability to assist her and her family's ability to post bond, he would reduce it.
Frost is accused of calling Dolph Frost on the evening Oct. 15 and asking him to come to the residence where she was staying to talk and "try to save their marriage," a court document said.
After having him take off his shirt to check him for "body wires," she told him to wait for her in a bedroom, the document said.
She walked in the room and shot him with a pump-action shotgun, hitting him in the shoulder as he ducked, the court document said.
The Hill County Attorney's Office is reviewing another incident involving the Frosts.
Havre police arrested her on June 27 on a charge of assault with a weapon after responding to a 911 call that said Dolph Frost had fallen on a knife, a police report said.
Assistant Police Chief George Tate said Wednesday the department is waiting for a report from the State Crime Lab on evidence submitted Aug. 5, including the knife, a bedsheet, DNA from Dolph Frost and the fingerprint card of Angelic Frost.