I was part of the local press pool for President Trump’s visit to southeast Wisconsin.
Jeff Gorn, a retired school counselor, spent an hour with Joseph Jakubowski, not knowing that Jakubowski was the subject of a 10-day, nationwide manhunt.
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.
The Wisconsin man suspected of stealing guns and threatening attacks in an anti-government manifesto for the White House wrote an apology letter to the owner of the gun shop that was burglarized, a criminal complaint filed Tuesday said.
With a declaration that it’s “game time,” the Janesville man who is the subject of a multi-agency manhunt is seen dropping what appears to be an envelope addressed to President Donald Trump into a mailbox, video obtained by WISN 12 NEWS shows.
A Janvesille man who stole a large quantity of handguns and rifles from a shop, burned his vehicle and made threatening comments about schools, prompting dozens to close or go into lockdown, also sent a threatening 161-page manifesto to President Donald Trump, officials said Friday morning.
The man arrested Monday after a standoff with officers who were investigating a report of shots fired near the Marquette University campus intentionally made the sounds mimicking gunfire to intimidate his neighbors, the campus police chief said.