The Gazette interviewed neighbors of Joseph Jakubowski and a woman who said she's a relative about the Janesville man police believe stole guns and sent a manifesto to the president.
A consensual search of a Janesville resident's home Sunday turned up no new information about Joseph Jakubowski, a wanted fugitive who is suspected of stealing firearms from a gun shop and sending an anti-government manifesto to President Donald Trump.
It wasn't easy to tell late Saturday morning and early afternoon that Janesville was on high alert for a weapons burglar who has anti-government leanings and threatened to hurt public officials.
A Whitewater man who police say was seen near Whitewater Middle School with a gun was arrested peacefully after a standoff in a home, law enforcement officials said.
It appeared law enforcement took no one into custody after more than a dozen FBI agents and Rock County Sheriff's Office deputies in tactical gear broke into and searched a seemingly abandoned home at 426 Eisenhower Ave. on Friday afternoon.
A Janesville man was sentenced Friday to the maximum seven years and six months in prison for his 10th OWI offense.
A Lake Geneva man is charged in Walworth County Court with fourth-offense driving with a prohibited alcohol concentration, according to a criminal complaint.
Joseph A. Jakubowski is looking more and more like a man who planned to make a political statement, rob a gun shop and then disappear.
The Rock County Sheriff's Office continues to investigate a Tuesday night burglary at Armageddon Gun Shop, 2144 W. Highway 14.
Dominique D. Gaunichaux, 19, of Madison was sentenced in federal court Thursday. He was a member of a group that passed fake currency in Janesville and other cities in January and February 2016.