LONGVIEW, Wash. – A jealous ex-husband shot and killed his ex-wife and her partner in Longview, according to court documents filed by police.
Dana Enyeart and Bruce Kamp were both found shot to death in a Longview home early Monday morning. Police said they were killed by Enyeart’s ex-husband, Michael L. Feeney.
According to an affidavit filed in Cowlitz County Court, Feeney and Enyeart have been divorced since 2006 but had recently rekindled some kind of relationship.
Still, Feeney suspected Enyeart was seeing another man and Sunday night followed the pair to a home in Longview. Investigators said Feeney watched the two through a window for a while before leaving.
He came back later and spotted Enyeart and Kamp go into a bedroom. That’s when Feeney went to his truck and loaded up one of his two handguns, the affidavit said.
Investigators said he went into the house and found the pair in a bedroom. Police said Feeney talked to them for ten minutes before shooting and killing both.
He fired the final bullet at his ex-wife’s head, according to the affidavit.
After the shooting, police said Feeney called them and said he had just shot two people. He later turned himself in to police.
"From what I understand he's taking full responsibility for the deaths," said Longview Police Department spokesman Captain Jim Duscha.
Feeney faces two counts of murder in the first degree and one count of burglary. He made his first appearance in court on Monday afternoon.
Kamp’s family members were in the courtroom, but did not have any comment for reporters.
"It came as a shock to everybody," said neighbor Suzi Mason. "I just can't imagine, I can't wrap my head around it. My heart just goes out to them."
Enyeart was a nurse at St. Johns Medical Center in Longview.
KATU reporter Bob Heye and KATU.com producer John Tierney contributed to this report