Jakubowski, 32, is wanted for breaking into a gun shop called Armageddon Supplies in his home town of Janesville, about 70 miles southwest of Milwaukee, on Tuesday, when several handguns and rifles were stolen, according to the Rock County Sheriff's Office.Investigators who analyzed the manifesto were also concerned about 'anti-religious views' in the document, which Jakubowski can be seen mailing to Trump in a video posted to social media.'When you look at the document that he wrote, it's really a long laundry list of injustices he believes that the government and society and the upper class have put forth onto the rest of the citizens,' Spoden said, declining to offer details.He also served in the Wisconsin State Assembly and as the Milwaukee County Executive.Born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Walker was raised in Iowa and in Delavan, Wisconsin, before attending Marquette University.
Large numbers of German immigrants helped increase the city's population during the 1840s, with Poles and other immigrants arriving in the following decades. The city is experiencing its largest construction boom since the 1960s.Police searching for a Wisconsin man considered armed and dangerous stepped up patrols on Sunday at churches near his home because of anti-religious views expressed in a manifesto he sent to U. It was filled with barbs directed at officials from all levels of government, Rock County Sheriff Robert Spoden said last week. Later that night, his truck was found nearby engulfed in flames, the Sheriff's Office said in a statement. Investigators have obtained a 161-page manifesto Jakubowski mailed to Trump.A force of 150 law enforcement personnel, including Federal Bureau of Investigation agents, continued their manhunt for Jakubowski on Sunday.A 15-minute-long social media video released Friday shows the footage of Jakubowski mailing a letter to the president.