dglobalnews.com Arrest made in Lincoln Elementary gun incident, not connected to Jakubowski investigation
Published: Fri, April 14, 2017
National | By Glenda Ortiz

Arrest made in Lincoln Elementary gun incident, not connected to Jakubowski investigation

Arrest made in Lincoln Elementary gun incident, not connected to Jakubowski investigation

"It has been a little frustrating that we have not found this individual yet, and we'd sure like to see this situation resolved".

An image of Jakubowski taken from a surveillance video at a gas station the day he disappeared adorns billboards on Wisconsin's interstates and on the road into Janesville, a rural city of about 64,000 where houses stand next to plots of farmland about 70 miles (110 kilometers) southwest of Milwaukee. They cannot say for certain if it's the same version mailed to the president, as Jakubowski may have written several versions.

"We don't know if he's in southern Wisconsin or other places far, far away", Chief Moore said.

The nationwide manhunt for a Wisconsin man who authorities say made threatening comments about the government and public officials has Gov. Scott Walker changing his practices.

Video recorded shortly before the crime at the gun shop showed Jakubowski dropping the large envelope addressed to the president into a Janesville mailbox.

In the most pressing passages highlighted by law enforcement Jakubowski speaks of his death, not making any specific threats but asking to be killed personally by the president.

Rock County Sheriff Robert Spoden told NBC News earlier Tuesday that the mailed manifesto was being analyzed by the Secret Service.

He said Jakubowski had not been steadily employed since January and that the manifesto expressed anger and frustration with government and "the upper class".

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Police have said they want to find Jakubowski over fears he may be planning an attack of some kind.

Local retailers say it's a good idea to have more people looking for him. Law enforcement did not release that exerpt and will not do so due to the ongoing investigation.

Authorities warn that Jakubowski should be considered armed and risky.

As for clues to Jakubowski's whereabouts, Moore said Jakubowski was researching some survivalist tactics before he went into hiding and owned some survivalist equipment. Any direct sightings of him should be called into 911 immediately.

We learn from his writings that he's an artist, but claims government regulations destroyed his passion.

"We want to make sure all questions are answered and concerns aired before we let the principals loose in their schools", she said.

The document doesn't say exactly what action the author will take. In addition, Waukesha County Sheriff's Department investigators are collaborating with local leaders, church officials, as well as federal, state, and local law enforcement partners regarding this case.

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