Joseph Jakubowski: Manhunt Continues for Trump Manifesto Sender


Public perception of the threat to safety represented by the fugitive, Joseph A. Jakubowski, 32, has grown since the Rock County Sheriff's Department released details on his crimes and philosophy.

Investigators discuss the manhunt for gun shop burglary suspect Joseph Jakubowski.

As a precaution, the sheriff's office and Janesville police said they would increase their patrols at local churches and other places of worship on Sunday.

The only area church to close Sunday was Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Sun Prairie. More than 150 federal, state, and local police officers are searching for Jakubowski in Wisconsin and out-of-state leads are also being followed up.

Later that night, his truck was found nearby engulfed in flames, the Sheriff's Office said in a statement.

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Law enforcement received a 161-page manifesto written by Jakubowski from a friend of his.

Jakubowski is believed to have stolen 16 high-end guns from a Janesville store earlier this week.

In the manifesto Jakubowski also threatened to steal weapons and use them against public officials or schools, prompting officials to shut down the Janesville School District on Friday, Knudson said.

According to reports, local, state, and federal agents have been trying to track down Jakubowski.

McLean said Jakubowski nine years ago challenged a Janesville police officer to shoot him.

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A number of possible sightings of Jakubowski were reported over the weekend, though none of them were confirmed, according to CBS affiliate WISC.

Joseph Jakubowski's stepfather, Don McLean, said he fears his stepson is a risky man and may want a showdown with police. Anyone who sees him should call 911 instead of approaching him, Knudson said.

The FBI is offering up to $10,000 for information that leads to his capture.

During a press conference Friday, police officials said Jakubowski was "agitated" by the political climate in the US and has been talking about planning some sort of attack one he stole some guns.

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