Scottsdale Police Department renews search for ‘fugitive’ Gloria Schulze

Age-enhanced photo of Gloria Schulze. (Submitted Photo)

The Scottsdale Police Department is asking the public for help in locating 55-year-old Gloria K. Schulze, who police say was found guilty of killing a 21-year-old student in 1994 but fled before her trial.

In a police report, the department describes Ms. Schulze as 5-foot-5 white female with green eyes. Anyone with information can call the Scottsdale Police Department at 480-312-5000 or for anonymous tips, residents can call Silent Witness at 480-948-6377 or visit www.silentwitness.org.

Police say Ms. Schulze was driving impaired on Scottsdale road on July 29, 1994 and went left of center colliding head-on with 21-year-old student Angela Maher. Ms. Maher died as a result of the collision.

Prior to her trial, Ms. Schulze fled but she was still found guilty in abstentia, according to a police report. She remains an unsentenced fugitive and their our federal arrest warrants for her, police say.

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