Wisconsin police have arrested the wife of a slain pharmacist who once offered a $25,000 reward for information about his killer.
Cindy Schulz-Juedes, 65, was charged with the 2006 murder of her husband, Kenneth Juedes, who was found dead on Aug. 30 of that year in their Union home.
Investigators had described Schulz-Juedes as a person of interest in her husband's death amid speculations that the crime was committed over a $1 million life insurance policy.
"I don't feel I am a person of interest in my husband's death," she said during a 2013 interview. "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."