Federal investigators from throughout the nation have come to Janesville to assist in the seek for Joseph Jakubowski, the person accused of stealing a cache of weapons and making threats towards faculties and politicians.
The extra federal brokers have been added to the over one hundred fifty native, state and federal officers on the lookout for Jakubowski since Thursday, when the primary threats have been made to Janesville faculties, Rock County Sheriff Robert Spoden stated Monday.
“Our native regulation enforcement personnel have been collaborating intently with all the federal and state regulation enforcement businesses to make the most of all obtainable investigative instruments to find Jakubowski,” Spoden stated.
As of Monday morning, almost 425 ideas have been given to regulation enforcement, and the FBI is constant to supply a $10,000 reward for info resulting in Jakubowski’s arrest.
Police requested that any sightings of Jakubowski be reported instantly to 911, whereas basic ideas or historic info might be referred to as in to the FBI tip line, 800-225-5324.
Quite a lot of faculty districts in Rock County and past both canceled courses Friday or have been on a “gentle” lockdown, by which courses proceed however doorways to high school entrances and lecture rooms are locked and college students aren’t allowed to go outdoors.
No less than one district, Edgerton, remained on gentle lockdown Monday.
Jakubowski additionally allegedly despatched a 161-web page manifesto to the White Home, a replica of which was given to police by a good friend of the suspect.
“If you take a look at the doc he wrote, it is actually an extended laundry listing of injustices he believes the federal government and society and the higher class put forth onto the remainder of the residents,” Spoden stated final week.