A Wisconsin woman who offered a $25,000 reward for information about her husband’s 2006 murder has now been arrested in connection to his death.
Cindy Schulz-Juedes, the widow of Kenneth E. Juedes, was arrested on Nov. 27 and appeared in court on Monday.
Juedes was found dead in his home in August 2006, and his death has been under investigation since.
From the origin of this investigation, all evidence led detectives to believe Kenneth was intentionally shot to death while in his home.
Schulz-Juedes had long been a person of interest in her husband’s murder, but the sheriff’s office did not say what led to her arrest more than 13 years after the murder.
Schulz-Juedes had given incompatible statements about her husband’s murder.
Shortly after Juedes’ death, his widow offered a $25,000 reward for his death.
But two of Juedes’ children from a previous marriage were suspicious. They sued Schulz-Juedes two years after their father’s death, alleging she killed her husband in a plot to recover more than $200,000 in life insurance for which she was a beneficiary.