The property owner, Jeffrey Gorn, told The Associated Press he spoke to the man camping on his property for about an hour and did not realize he was Jakubowski.
A Wisconsin man accused of stealing an arsenal of weapons from a gun shop and sending an anti-government manifesto to President Donald Trump has been arrested after a massive manhunt, the Rock County Sheriff's Office said on Friday.
The man's description matched that of Jakubowski and the officers took him into custody without incident, he added.
Jakubowski has been the subject of a manhunt since a burglary April 4 at a gun shop near Janesville, a city about 60 miles southwest of Milwaukee. Janesville Police Chief Dave Moore speaks to reporters about the capture of Joseph Jakubowski on Friday, April 14, 2017, at the Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport in Janesville, Wis. Investigators who were looking for Jakubowski were sent to the campsite, along with tactical officers, to help local law enforcement responding to the call. Two BearCats, armored vehicles used by law enforcement, on the scene made the initial contact, officials said Friday.
The Vernon County Sheriff's Office received a credible tip Thursday night at 7:11 p.m., indicating Jakubowski was spotted in a remote location on Estes Road, off Co.
In communications before his disappearance, Jakubowski reportedly made references to his dying by the hand of Trump, and expressed a desire to save everyone by taking out one politician at a time.
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.
Although the manifesto contains anti-religion screeds, Spoden encouraged residents to attend Easter Sunday services if they feel comfortable.
The hunt was schedule for Saturday, and a statement put out by Walker and First Lady Tonette Walker said they were "sad to miss one of our favorite events". Jakubowski had been on the run since April 4th, when he broke into Armageddon Supplies in Janesville. "And I told him you're not too far off the grid".
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