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UPDATE: Bond set at $1M for wife charged with homicide in 2006 cold case

UPDATE: A Marathon County judge ordered a million-dollar cash bond for a woman charged with killing her husband in a 2006 cold case.

Cindy Schulz-Juedes was in court for a probable cause hearing Monday afternoon, where she was alleged of having a 20-gauge shotgun that she reported stolen after the incident.

The state added that her statements have been inconsistent and a “substantial motive” would be nearly $1 million in life insurance.

A public defender for Schulz-Juedes requested a $100,000 signature bond, but the judge deemed the bond ruling of $1 million “appropriate,” adding that he would be willing to review the bond at a later time.

Schulz-Juedes’ initial appearance is set for December 13 at 11 a.m.


MARATHON CO., Wis. (WAOW) – A woman whose husband was killed in 2006 has been arrested and charged with homicide.

Cindy Schulz-Juedes, 65, of Chippewa Falls, is the widow of Kenneth E. Juedes of Unity. Juedes’ body was found the morning of August 30th, 2006 off Maple Road in Hull.

All evidence during the investigation lead investigators to believe Juedes was intentionally shot to death while in his own home.

Schulz-Juedes is currently being held in the Marathon County Jail and will make her initial appearance Monday afternoon.

This story will be updated with more information.

Mason Dowling

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