Manifesto-writing fugitive found camping on Wisconsin farm

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The subject of a nine-day manhunt who police said mailed a violent manifesto to President Donald Trump and stole weapons from a gun store near Janesville, Wis., was taken into custody Friday.

Jakubowski also allegedly sent a manifesto to the president that contained anti-government and anti-religious language, according to ABC.

Janesville Police Chief David Moore expressed his relief that the search ended the way it did. "He could be around Janesville". A news conference with authorities in Rock County, where he was wanted and is expected to be charged, was planned for later Friday. "He may not even be in Wisconsin".

The suspect was arrested after police received a tip that a man matching Mr Jakubowski's description had been camping out on the site and had refused to leave when asked.

Jakubowski is being detained in the Rock County Jail in Janesville where he was taken after being captured Friday morning near Readstown, Wisconsin.

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"Over 700 clues came in and many of those came from Rock County, many of them came from Janesville", Moore said.

The sheriff's office said Jakubowski filmed a video of himself dropping his manifesto, addressed to Trump, into a mailbox and speaking of a "revolution" before the manhunt began.

Gorn said he was driving his four-wheeler on his property Thursday night to check his deer stands when he spotted Jakubowski's makeshift campsite.

He promised not to harm or bring violence to anyone unless "these terrorist gangs continue their terrorism on human life and force my hand to protect and defend the honor and dignity of life!"

"Whether it's the president or whether it's local officials or whether it's law enforcement, he basically has a dislike for anyone that has authority or governmental power", Spoden added.

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He also threatened unspecified attacks.

The landowner who called police about Jakubowski found him to the left of the trees pictured here. Jakubowski is accused of stealing 18 guns on April 4.

About 30 minutes later, a vehicle fire was reported near the scene.

"I've never seen this level of investigative partnership between state, local, and federal authorities", Spoden said. The FBI was offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to his capture.

"There was no use of force", Spoden said. Between 100 and 125 officers were involved in taking Jakubowski into custody. But for now, they say there is no other credible threat related to Jakubowski.

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