A Wisconsin fugitive accused of robbing a gun shop and sending a 161-page manifesto to Donald Trump was arrested Friday morning.
A force of some 150 local, state and federal police had been searching for the suspect since April 4, when officials say he broke into the Armageddon Gun Shop in the city of Janesville, Wisconsin and stole more than a dozen firearms.
They canceled the egg hunt Thursday, citing safety concerns, as authorities searched for Joseph Jakubowski, who had been on the run since April 4. He faces local and federal weapons charges.
Officials said 100 to 125 officers were involved in taking Jakubowski into custody, including some officers who were stationed at 10 homes for protection. Bugni appeared to want Jakubowski transferred to the Dane County Jail but Crocker said that matter can wait until next week.
After being held briefly in Vernon county, Jakubowski was sent to Madison, Wisconsin, for a court appearance, where federal charges may be filed against him, Spoden said.
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During the manhunt, police charged Jakubowski with three felonies: burglary to arm himself with a risky weapon, theft and possession of burglarious tools, according to a criminal complaint.
The Vernon County Sheriff's Office received a tip Thursday night of a suspicious person on the farmer's property.
Gorn, a retired high school counselor, began building a rapport with Jakubowski.
McLean says Jakubowski and family members frequently camped when the 32 year old Jakubowski was younger, but not in Vernon County.
They continue to investigate another threatening letter about Easter attacks against churches in the Sussex area, but have not yet confirmed or denied that Jakubowski authored the letter.
Authorities found five guns near where Jakubowski was found, but its still unclear where the rest of his 18 guns are. "He brought the country together, he brought our community together, and instead of creating a revolution, what he did is he helped improve the trust and, I would say, the overall attitude toward law enforcement in a very positive light".
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