INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - An ex-IMPD officer is faces a series of felony charges following allegations he beat his pregnant wife.
Shay Foley, the subject of a May 2011 I-Team 8 investigation , was arrested Wednesday in connection with an Aug. 2009 altercation with his pregnant wife.
According to court documents, then officer Foley was upset with his wife, Amanda, for being pregnant with their second child.
"He told her he was going to take care of the pregnancy himself. He then began striking her on her abdomen," the probable cause affidavit reads.
Foley was taken into custody on charges of battery on a pregnant woman, confinement causing injury and confinement.
Foley posted $10,000 bond and was released from the Marion County Jail.
A day later, a not-guilty plea was entered for Foley in court. The judge ordered him to stay way from his wife, as well as several of her family members and friends.
His trial is scheduled for April 12.
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