Radio host Blake Seylhouwer is back in jail after violating a protection order.
His wife back home recovering Wednesday night
A local radio talk show host arrested and charged with shooting his wife Tuesday -- hours after he told police the incident was an accident -- pleaded not guilty Wednesday.
A local radio talk show host arrested and charged with shooting his wife Tuesday -- hours after he told police the incident was an accident -- pleaded not guilty Wednesday.But authorities say the shooting involving Blake Seylhouwer -- a host on 55K
Calls 911, says shooting was an accident
A local radio talk show host was arrested and charged Tuesday evening, hours after he told police he accidentally shot his wife outside their home.
Police called to home on Windridge Drive.
Hamilton dispatchers confirmed a woman was shot in the chest in the 5000 block of Windridge Drive in Maderia.
Blake Seylhouwer -- a host on 55KRC Radio "THE Talk Station in Cincinnati" -- is accused of shooting his wife.
Blake and Misty Seylhouwer. (Photos courtesy Facebook/LinkedIn)
Blake and Misty Seylhouwer
MADEIRA, OHIO. AUG. 14, 2014. Indian Hill Rangers assist in the investigation of a shooting on Windridge Drive in Madeira.
MADERIA, OH, AUGUST 12, 2014 -- A woman was reportedly shot in the chest with a rifle in Madeira Tuesday afternoon. (Photo by WCPO Dave Marlo)
MADEIRA, Ohio – A local radio talk show host charged with shooting his wife is back in jail for violating a protection order, officials said.
Blake Seylhouwer -- a host on 55KRC Radio "THE Talk Station in Cincinnati" -- is at the Hamilton County Justice Center for sending a text message to his wife, Misty Seylhouwer, Thursday night, according to an affidavit filed in Hamilton County Municipal Court on Saturday.
Blake is also accused of disabling Wi-Fi service to his wife's cellphone and other devices, as well as cutting off her "financial access" by canceling their credit card.
Authorities said Blake shot Misty with a rifle outside their Madeira home on Aug. 12.
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Blake pleaded not guilty the following day, calling the shooting an accident. But authorities disagree, saying he intentionally fired a shot at his wife.
He was given a $500,000 bond at his previous arraignment and was released from jail Aug. 19. At that time, he was ordered to stay away from Misty and their two children, ages 4 and 1.
On Wednesday, Misty filed for divorce, accusing her husband of adultery, extreme cruelty and gross neglect of duty. She is asking for custody of their children and spousal support.
Blake appeared in a court Monday and received a $5,000 bond on charges pending from Thursday's events. The judge also stressed Blake stay away from his wife.
WCPO's Jason Law contributed to this report.