MUSKEGO — An FBI spokesman said a management team is still deciding whether to give the $20,000 reward for the capture of fugitive Joseph Jakubowski to the Muskego resident who reported finding him on his land in rural Vernon County.
The Janesville man was the focus of a nationwide manhunt after he is believed to have stolen 18 guns from a Janesville gun shop, set his truck on fire and sent anti-government and anti-trump manifestos
Muskego resident Jeff Gorn discovered Jakubowski hiding on his property the evening of April 13. Jakubowski was in custody the next morning.
The FBI has to go through a process before giving any rewards, said Leonard Peace, public affairs specialist with the FBI. He had no information on when a decision will be made.