Published September 12 2011
Fugitive Focus: Yvette Schwartz
Local and federal authorities want to apprehend a 40-year-old Casselton, N.D., woman who is wanted for allegedly terrorizing her teenage daughter and another juvenile.
According to Cass County court records, deputies received a report on July 20 that Yvette Fabrae Schwartz displayed a butcher knife during an argument with the 13-year-old daughter and the girl’s 15-year-old friend.
Schwartz allegedly had smoked marijuana earlier that day, according to the incident report.
A warrant for Schwartz’s arrest was issued Aug. 30.
She has no prior criminal record in North Dakota but has had multiple misdemeanor convictions in Minnesota.
She was previously found guilty of disorderly conduct in 1997, 1999 and 2003 in three separate counties.
Most recently, in 2007, she was convicted of misdemeanor domestic assault and disorderly conduct in Stearns County, Minn.
High Plains Fugitive Task Force
- U.S. Marshals Service
- Cass County Sheriff’s Office
- North Dakota Probation and Parole
- North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation