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xx Christine Rudy - Nov. 12, 2005 - WI
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A Wisconsin woman remains missing after her husband left her on the side of the road.

Christine Rudy disappeared more than two weeks ago.

She was six months pregnant.

Her husband, Shaun Rudy, said Christine wanted to get out of the car in Thorp, Wis., because they were fighting.


He said he left her on the side of the road and hasn't seen her since.

The ABC television station in Eau Claire spoke with the missing woman's parents.

Ed and Carol Lee would not say whether they believe their son-in-law's story, but wonder why he would leave their pregnant daughter on the side of the road.

Right now, their main concern is finding their daughter.

"What are they doing? I mean, are they still checking out? Do they have leads? Is there anything up in the apartment that they've found that could give them a lead?" Christine's mother, Carol Lee, asked,

Police said they haven't received any new leads, but are still calling it a missing persons case.

Shawn Rudy is in jail on unrelated charges of felony possession of a firearm and a probation hold, but police said they have no reason to consider him a suspect.

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xx Missing Woman: People Tried to Help Before She Dis
« Reply #1 on: Dec 6th, 2005, 4:33pm »


Christine Rudy said she walked eight miles to this church. That happened the day before she disappeared.
Some people in southern Wisconsin say they saw Christine Rudy the day before she disappeared. They say she was upset and anxious.

Christine is from Thorp. She's six months pregnant and has been missing since November 12th. That's when her husband says he dropped her off along County Road MM after they got into an argument. The same thing apparently happened two nights earlier in southern Wisconsin.

Christine walked eight miles to the nearest town and ended up at a church in Fennimore the next morning. "After Mass, I talked to her and said, 'Is there something wrong?' I could see she was upset and crying. She said, 'My husband is going to come and pick me up,'" says Mayor Richard Rogers from Fennimore.

Christine was still waiting five hours later. Residents say they called police for help. "Every time I would try to close a distance between us to have a conversation, she would walk away," says Chief Richard Kruel from the Fennimore Police Department.

"Before she left, I said, 'You look like you could use a hug.' I gave her a hug and I told her to have a safe trip and I'd send one of my guardian angels," says Mary Foley from Fennimore.

The Clark County Sheriff's Office has said that Shaun Rudy is not a suspect in his wife's disappearance at this point. If you can help in the search, please call (715) 743-3157


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xx Possible human remains found in Clark County
« Reply #2 on: Dec 7th, 2005, 9:08pm »

NEILLSVILLE, Wis. Clark County authorities who have been searching for a missing pregnant woman report tonight that investigators found what appeared to be human remains.

But the Clark County Sheriff's Department released no details about the discovery, except that the items were transported to the state crime laboratory for analysis and identification.

In a news release, the department says it doesn't know how long that process will take.

The hunt for 21-year-old Christine Rudy of Thorp has continued since she was reported missing last month.

Her husband says he last saw her the afternoon of November 12th when he left her along a road in a forest about 12 miles from their home at her request after they were arguing.

The couple had married in August, and she was six months pregnant at the time.

The sheriff's department has said the husband was not considered a suspect.

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xx Chrisitine Rudy Case: Waiting for Word
« Reply #3 on: Dec 13th, 2005, 09:32am »

Family, friends and investigators in the Christine Rudy case are waiting for results from the crime lab in Madison. Investigators sent remains to the lab to see if they are connected with the case. Investigators are still not discussing the condition of the remains or where they were found. News 18 confirmed the remains were not found in Eau Claire, Chippewa, Taylor, or Marathon counties. Investigators are still conducting interviews, but no new searches are planned. Christine is the 21-year-old Thorp woman who was six months pregnant when she disappeared. Her husband Shaun says he dropped her off on County Road MM after an argument on November 12th. Investigators continue to say Shaun Rudy is not a suspect. Deputies are not conducting any new searches for Christine, but they are still taking tips. If you have any information, call 715-743-3157. A relative of Christine's told News 18 that the family is hoping for a positive ending, but is preparing for the worst.

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xx Human remains identified as those of Clark County
« Reply #4 on: Dec 16th, 2005, 8:08pm »

NEILLSVILLE, Wis. Human remains found in Clark County have been identified as those of a missing pregnant woman.

The sheriff's office says analysts at the state crime laboratory positively identified the remains as those of 21-year-old Christine Rudy of Thorp.

No other details were released, except that the investigation into her disappearance had changed from a missing person case to a criminal investigation.

The hunt for Rudy had continued since she was reported missing last month.

Sheriff's officials say her husband Shaun Rudy said he last saw her the afternoon of November 12th when he left her along a road in a forest about 12 miles from their home at her request after they were arguing.

The couple had married in August, and she was six months pregnant at the time.

The sheriff's department has said Shaun Rudy was not considered a suspect. He was taken into custody later on an unrelated charge. Thorp police arrested him November 18th after a traffic stop, and he was charged with possession of a firearm by a felon and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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xx Clark County officials still investigating pregnan
« Reply #5 on: Dec 20th, 2005, 6:40pm »

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. - Police investigating the case of a pregnant woman who went missing and then later turned up dead hope to turn over evidence to the district attorney by Jan. 1 to determine if charges should be filed.

Christine Rudy, 21, of Thorp, was reported missing by her husband, Shaun Rudy, about two days after he said he dropped her off on Highway MM on Nov. 12. The couple, who were married in August, had been arguing.

Christine Rudy was six months pregnant.

Clark County Sheriff's Department officials on Friday said the remains found in a rural wooded area in the county were those of Rudy.

Chief Deputy Jim Backus said Monday said police are conducting interviews and hopes to turn over the reports to District Attorney Darwin Zwieg by the first of the year. At that time Zwieg will determine if charges should be filed against one or more people, Backus said.

"We're going to hold tight on releasing any more information until everything were looking at is complete, then well turn it over to the (district attorney)," he said.

Zwieg said he's gotten periodic updates on the case but has not received police reports.

"Until I have reports, everything is speculation," Zwieg said.

Backus said Shaun Rudy, 23, who is being held on unrelated drug and weapons charges, is a "person of interest" in Christine Rudy's case. He would not say he is a suspect in her death.

Backus declined to comment on how Christine Rudy died or possible suspects.

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xx Shaun Rudy Accused of Shooting Christine Rudy
« Reply #6 on: Jan 19th, 2006, 8:56pm »

Clark County Sheriff Louis Rosandich says Shaun Rudy allegedly shot his wife, Christine Rudy, and dismembered her body.

Some of her remains were found in December. Rosandich believes body parts were dumped in the Chippewa River near the Cobban Bridge in Chippewa County. So far, nothing has been found there and more searches of the river are planned.

On November 12, 2005, Shaun Rudy says he left Christine on County Road MM in Clark County after an argument . He was later arrested on unrelated charges and has been in jail since then. Christine was six-months pregnant at the time she disappeared.

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xx Murder Investigation: Meth Use Could Be Linked
« Reply #7 on: Jan 23rd, 2006, 12:22pm »

A murder in Clark County could be linked to meth.

Law enforcement says Shaun Rudy is a suspect in his pregnant wife's death. Court records show a witness told investigators that Shaun and Christine were high on meth when they got into a fight on November 12th. The witness told investigators that Shaun shot Christine.

Eau Claire Police say if that's true, it's not surprising. The department says it has seen a 25-percent increase in domestic abuse cases tied to meth in the past year. Officers say these situations can turn violent quickly. "If they're aggressive, if they're paranoid, if they're excited and you upset them a little bit, they react violently. So if you have a gun in your hand, the knife in your hand and have it accessible and you're excited, you're not thinking... boom. It just happens. Boom," says Officer Jack Corey from the Eau Claire Police Department.

Shaun Rudy has not been charged in his wife's death. He has spent time in prison for meth-related crimes.

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xx Court Documents Reveal Possible Witness to Christi
« Reply #8 on: Feb 2nd, 2006, 06:48am »

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We have details on the events leading up to the death and dismemberment of Christine Rudy. Her husband, Shaun Rudy, is the primary suspect in the case, and now court documents reveal there may have been another woman at the scene when Christine Died.

The documents start to paint the picture of a complicated case. They include a statement from Jacy Walters, a 23-year-old from Stanley. She claims Shaun Rudy and another young woman told her all about what happened the night Christine died.

In the documents, Walters says 18-year-old Heather Teschler admitted to her that she was with the Rudys. Here's what Walters says they told her.

Shaun was upset about Christine using meth while she was pregnant with their baby and he was also high on meth at the time. Christine started, "flipping out" and was trying to hurt herself. Shaun stopped the car so Christine could get out, then she threatened to kill herself. He handed Christine a gun, but she reportedly told Shaun, "you do it."

Walters says Shaun described to her how he stayed in the car, pointed a long gun at Christine and shot her in the head. Walters says Heather Teschler told her she looked away but heard the shot. Again, this is all part of a statement Jacy Walters gave to police.

One of the big questions is if Heather Teschler will be a believable witness. She has underage drinking and disorderly conduct charges on her record, and the Clark County district attorney says that will definitely have an impact.

"When that is the case, you want to know what is the reliability of what they're saying," says Darwin Zwieg, the Clark County District Attorney. “What that means is, were they in a position to see and hear what they say they saw and heard."

Zwieg says he's still not sure just how Heather Teschler will fit into their investigation. This new information is on top of what we already know. Christine Rudy vanished in November. Shaun Rudy reported her missing a week later. Some of her remains were found after that, and although he has not been formally charged, investigators say Shaun Rudy is a prime suspect in her death.

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xx Judge enters not guilty pleas for husband accused
« Reply #9 on: Apr 27th, 2006, 09:45am »

NEILLSVILLE, Wis. - A judge entered not guilty pleas for a man accused of killing and dismembering his pregnant wife.

Shaun W. Rudy, 23, of Thorp, remained silent in court Monday when the judge asked for his plea. Clark County Circuit Court Judge Jon Counsell entered the pleas for him.

Rudy was charged first-degree intentional homicide, first-degree intentional homicide of an unborn child and mutilation of a corpse.

His 21-year-old wife, Christine Rudy, was fatally shot Nov. 12, dismembered and dropped into the Chippewa River a day or two later, according to a criminal complaint. She was six months pregnant.

A human torso and bone fragments were found near Jim Falls more than a week ago. A tattoo on the remains matched one of Christine Rudy's, authorities have said. A fetus also was found during an autopsy, authorities said. DNR confirmation of the remains is still spending.

An 18-year-old woman also was charged in the case. Heather Teschler, of Merrill, was charged with helping a felon and obstructing an officer in the case.

Investigators have said they believe Teschler was involved in a love triangle with the Rudys.


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xx Dentist IDs remains as those of pregnant woman
« Reply #10 on: May 8th, 2006, 07:43am »

NEILLSVILLE, Wis. - The remains pulled from the Chippewa River were those of a pregnant woman allegedly killed by her new husband, according to a forensic dentist.

Shaun Rudy, 23, of Thorp, Wis., has been charged with two counts of first-degree homicide for the deaths of his wife and unborn child, as well as a count of dismembering a corpse.

His wife, Christine Rudy, 21, was fatally shot Nov. 12, dismembered and dropped into the Chippewa River near the Cobban Bridge in Chippewa County a day or two later, authorities said. She was six months pregnant.

On March 28, investigators found human remains in the Chippewa River. Authorities have said a tattoo Christine Rudy was known to have was evident on the torso.

Forensic dentist Donald Simley looked at a portion of the left side of a jaw and Rudy's dental records to determine the remains were hers.

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xx Rudy to Plead Guilty or No Contest to Wife's Murd
« Reply #11 on: May 25th, 2006, 09:15am »

A plea hearing is set for Shaun Rudy just after 8 a.m. Thursday (May 25, 2006) in Clark County.
Rudy is charged with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide and one count of mutilating a corpse in the murder of his wife, Christine, and her unborn baby.
This is the second plea hearing for the case so Rudy can only change his plea to either gulity or no contest.
Rudy originally pleaded not guilty to all charges.
We'll have more information on NewsChannel 7 at noon and at wsaw.com.

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xx Re: Christine Rudy - Nov. 12, 2005 - WI
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Shaun Rudy Sentenced to Life for the Murder of his Wife Christine Rudy and Unborn baby
Shaun Rudy was sentenced today to spend the rest of his life in prison for the murder of his wife Christine Rudy and their unborn baby. The court did not want to hear any excuses as they handed down the sentencing.

He says Rudy is only 24 years old and without a proper male role model. He said because of his addiction to meth and alcoholism, the crimes may have been a quote, “horrendous mistake.” Darwin Zwieg disagreed.Judge Counsel says Rudy deserves the maximum punishment and receiving anything less would be inappropriate.When the Judge asked Rudy if he wanted to address the court, Rudy had no comment.

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Rudy Sentenced For Killing Pregnant Wife

The lack of remorse and empathy landed a life sentence for this vile individual that would kill his pregnant wife Christine Rudy.

According to pre-sentence investigation reports, Rudy told parole agents he believes he was right in killing his pregnant wife and wouldn’t change anything. Thursday his silence and previous comments spoke volumes. The judge handed down the stiffest punishment for Rudy’s crimes.

“That lack of remorse and repentance, the lack of empathy for the victims, past attempts at any rehabilitation have all failed,” said the Honorable Jon Counsel.

Last November Rudy shot his pregnant wife, Christine, then cut up her body. Thursday her family said their pain is doubled because they also lost Christine’s unborn son.

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« Reply #13 on: Dec 23rd, 2011, 6:50pm »

TESCHLER SENTENCED TO 8 MONTHS IN JAIL
Monday, May 8th, 2006 -- 10:00 pm
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Despite objections from the victim’s family, a woman who was admittedly present during an alleged murder and assisted in covering up the crime was sentenced to less than nine months in jail Monday.

During an emotional plea and sentencing hearing, Clark County Circuit Court Judge Jon Counsell accepted a plea agreement brokered between Clark County District Attorney Darwin Zwieg and Heather Teschler’s defense attorney, Robert Thorson.

Under the agreement, Teschler pleaded “guilty” to a felony charging she assisted Shaun Rudy cover up the November 12th murder of his wife, Christine; and one misdemeanor count of obstructing the investigation by giving false statements to authorities.

On the misdemeanor, she was sentenced to 8 months and three weeks in jail and given credit for 61 days already served; judgment was “deferred” on the felony. A deferred judgment means the conviction will be removed from her record if she abides by her agreement to cooperate in the case against Shaun Rudy.

Under the agreement, Teschler is granted immunity for “all incidents leading up to the death of Christine Rudy”.

At the outset of the hearing, Zwieg spent a good deal of time explaining why he offered the plea deal, which he acknowledged was unpopular with many.

He called Teschler’s statement to authorities “critical to the facts and circumstances” of the case and said it led to the discovery of Ms. Rudy’s torso, which was discovered on the banks of the Chippewa River in March.

Further, he questioned rumors and media reports implying Ms. Teschler was more involved in the murder.

“(I have seen) no forensic evidence that would show Ms. Teschler was more culpable in Christine’s murder,” Zwieg said.

Attorney Thorson also defended the agreement saying his client initially misled investigators out of fear for her life.

“She knew how violent (Shaun Rudy) could be. He threatened my client with the same,” Thorson said. “She made statement’s against her own interest. She’s chosen to be truthful.”

Christine’s sister Melissa Cox addressed the Court “on behalf of Christine and Christopher’s family.” She explained Christopher was the name chosen for her sister’s unborn child.

With her parents and other relatives by her side, Cox read from a statement chastising the deal as too lenient.

“How could Heather stay there for two months and not say anything?” she asked rhetorically. “We’ll never see true justice.”

She said Heather’s silence led to “two months of constant grief”.

Shaun Rudy’s grandmother, Billy Jo Crowell, also addressed the Court. She called the agreement “terrible and disgusting” and said Shaun and Heather planned the murder.

The ultimate decision to accept the plea deal rested with Judge Counsell. After reviewing the case, Counsell said he believed “there had been considerable thought” given to the agreement.

“This is the compromise that needs to be reached,” Counsell said, adding there were “balances” involved with gathering information for successful prosecutions.

As is common at sentencings, Teschler was allowed to address the Court. Dressed in an orange Chippewa County Jail jumpsuit, Teschler read from a handwritten statement.

“I am truly sorry to the Rudys for both their losses,” Teschler said. “I can’t take back what happened.”

“I share some of the hurt and pain. I will do everything I can to bring Mr. Rudy to justice,” Teschler said.
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