The Wisconsin fugitive accused of stealing more than a dozen guns and mailing a conspiracy-laced manifesto to President Donald Trump was captured early Friday following a 10-day manhunt, police said.
Joseph Jakubowski, 32, was caught at a farm in southern Wisconsin after police responded to a report of a suspicious person, according to the Vernon County Sheriff's Office. A man found at the property on Thursday night appeared to match the description of Jakubowski, who apparently had been camping at the site and refused to leave when asked by someone earlier, police said.
Authorities set up a perimeter around the area and finally made contact with the suspect before 6 a.m. CT (7 a.m. ET). He was taken into custody and positively identified as Jakubowski, the Rock County Sheriff's Office said.
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Source: NBC News