December three, 2019 | 11:25am
A Wisconsin widow who as soon as supplied a $25,000 reward for info resulting in an arrest in her husband’s homicide has been busted in reference to the 2006 slaying, in accordance with a report.
Cindy Schulz-Juedes, 65, of Chippewa Falls was arrested Nov. 27 in reference to the homicide of her husband, Kenneth E. Juedes, a pharmacist, in accordance with a press release from Marathon County Sheriff Scott Parks, which was obtained by the Wausau Every day Herald. Juedes was 58 when he was killed.
Schulz-Juedes was ordered held on an unusually excessive money bond of $1 million and ordered to give up her passport at an preliminary courtroom look Monday, in accordance with the report.
She had not but been formally charged with murder.
“From the onset of this investigation, all evidence led detectives to believe Kenneth was intentionally shot to death while in his home,” Parks wrote within the assertion.
The sheriff’s workplace mentioned it had a suspect for years however was unable to provide sufficient proof for a conviction, the Every day Herald reported. It’s unclear what developments led to Schulz-Juedes’s arrest.
However Schulz-Juedes had given inconsistent statements about her actions the day she discovered her husband useless, mentioned Wisconsin Assistant Lawyer Normal Richard DuFour to the paper.
She additionally had a powerful monetary motive — her husband’s invaluable life-insurance coverage, in addition to property that she offered for $200,000 not lengthy after his demise, DuFour mentioned.
Juedes was killed by pictures fired from a .20-gauge shotgun — the identical sort of shotgun his spouse reported lacking after the murder, in accordance with Du 4.
A yr after her husband’s demise, Schulz-Juedes supplied a $25,000 reward for any info resulting in an arrest within the case, the paper reported.
“I don’t feel I am a person of interest in my husband’s death,” she informed the Every day Herald in 2013. “Most of the money went to the kids. Moneywise, my husband and I together would have earned more in two years than I ever would have gotten from his death, and I still would have had my husband.”
She is due again in courtroom Dec. 13.
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