Burglary suspect who mailed manifesto to Trump arrested


Burglary suspect who mailed manifesto to Trump arrested

Law enforcement established a perimeter around the farm, and detained the suspect without incident. He spoke quietly with his lawyer before the proceedings began. He will remain in federal custody as he faces a federal gun theft charge and several state felonies.

Jakubowski will remain in custody.

"The one thing he said over and over is that, 'no one listens to me, '" Gorn said. Firearms were located in the area Jakubowski was apprehended and he was transported to the Rock County Jail, in Janesville, following the arrest.

Spoden said that rather than inspire people to "revolt" against America, Jakubowski brought people together in trust of law enforcement. Joseph Jakubowski surrendered when he was cornered at a campsite.

Richard Erdman owns a pawnshop in downtown Janesville.

Milwaukee Grill general manager Fabian Gonzalez says he was concerned for women on his staff because they have children who attend Janesville schools and police initially anxious that Jakubowski could launch an attack there. Lt. Philip Carini of the Waukesha County sheriff's office said the letter purported to be from Jakubowski, though this has not been not verified. It reportedly contained rants against government and religion and mentioned using the stolen weapons to launch attacks. Walker says the egg hunt for children will take place.

Jakubowski's capture must come to the relief of Wisconsinites, who had been canceling public events out of fear.

Readstown is about 125 miles northwest of Janesville.

"We are thankful that people don't have to worry about Easter weekend activities", he said. He was arrested around 5 a.m. Friday morning.

Authorities arrested him early Friday morning after responding to a report of a suspicious person. In parts of the incomplete document, Jakubowski allegedly rants about a system of greed that he says dooms the populace to slavery and has destroyed his dreams.

Jakubowski was accused of stealing 18 guns from Armageddon Supplies, a store near Janesville, on April 4 before he apparently torched his vehicle and vanished, Fox 6 reported.

Officials said the fugitive, Joseph Jakubowski, was captured while camping on a Wisconsin farmer's property, ABC News reported.

Authorities said the suspect had spoken of plans to carry out unspecified attacks, and wrote and mailed the White House a 161-page long screed.

"I knew he has anger issues", McLean says of Jakubowski, who has been estranged from his stepfather, and mother, Julie McLean for the past two years. A resident called police after seeing a man sleeping on their property.

Police surrounded Jakubowski receiving a call from landowner Jeffrey Gorn. The Rock County Sheriff's Office was contacted. More than 150 state and federal law enforcement officers have been searching for Jakubowski since April 4, when they believe he took 18 firearms from a gun store in Janesville in southwestern Wisconsin.

Last Friday, Rock County, Wisconsin Sheriff Robert Spoden said the fugitive is "angry at all government officials...he has a dislike for anyone that has authority or governmental power".

Jakubowski, charged with breaking into Armageddon Supplies on USA 14 north of Janesville on April 4, appeared rested and alert in court Friday afternoon.