With an all out manhunt by Mexican police in full swing, David Caruso's fugitive stalker Heidemarie Schnitzer has had to severely reduce her hours on the Internet over the last several days. For months, Schnitzer has slept with one eye open fearing capture and now she is unable to feed her insatiable 24/7 Internet addiction. Withdrawal and lack of sleep have to be taking a toll on a fugitive charged with threatening to murder three people including CSI Miami's David Caruso.
Editors of every major Mexican newspaper have Schnitzer's photo and name. The Governor of Baja, California and mayors of every major Baja city have intel on this dangerous fugitive who has been diagnosed suffering from severe personality disorder. The fact that Heidemarie Schnitzer has the potential to turn deadly at a moment's notice weighs heavily on law enforcement.
Schnitzer is more than likely residing in a private home with individuals who are probably unaware they are harboring a dangerous criminal. As they did in 2007, the Mexicans will ultimately catch up with Schnitzer capturing her and deporting her to Judge Guenther Boehler's jurisdiction. Once in Austria, Schnitzer will not receive probation as she is now considered to be a flight risk. Finally, David Caruso and his family will be able to live normal lives that won't involve constantly looking over their shoulders.
Heidemarie Schnitzer remains a fugitive hiding out in Mexico's Baja region. Schnitzer is armed and considered to be extremely dangerous. Please do not attempt to apprehend this woman. Contact the U.S. Border Patrol at 1-800-232-5378 , the FBI at (310) 477-6565 or Austria's Bundeskriminalamt at +43-(0)1-531 26-0.