Joseph Jakubowski is finally behind bars after a 10-day manhunt. However, Janesville authorities said the ten-day manhunt cost the city's taxpayers well over $128,000 to capture the 32-year-old fugitive. According to the police, Jakubowski has a history of grievances against the government. Reportedly, he videotaped himself mailing a 161-page anti-government manifesto to Donald Trump declaring that it's the Perfect Time for a revolution and called for changes in the government.

The suspect often threatened Christian establishments

However, that is not the only issue that landed him in jail.

Jakubowski's criminal history includes robbing a Janesville pawn shop where he stole several guns on April 4th, 2017. He also threatened several Christian establishments and even set fire to his own vehicle.

Early Friday morning a group of law officials went to Janesville, Wisconsin after a concerned citizen notified them of a suspicious individual on a neighboring farm. According to the arresting officers, he was very dirty and appeared disoriented. The 32-year-old man had been hiding on the property from law enforcement that had launched the manhunt to capture him.

Robert Spoden of the Rock County Sheriff’s Department said the search for Mr. Jakubowski was concentrated around the isolated areas of Richland and Vernon Counties.

Spoden stated that they arrived around 6:00 a.m. at the reported location and quickly recognized the suspect, who surrendered peacefully.

Jakubowski captured with an arsenal of weapons

According to R. Justing Tolomo head of the Milwaukee Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the suspect had an arsenal of weapons in his possession.

Purportedly, the one man army was well prepared to take on the county’s law enforcement officials. According to Tolomo, the criminal had four handguns, a sword, and several boxes of ammunition.

Additionally, he had several cans of combustible fluid, a protective helmet, and a bullet proof vest. Jakubowski also had a copy of the manifesto that he mailed to the White House.

FBI agent Tolomo said the items in his possession were only a few of the items stolen from the pawn shop. Court documents showed that he had taken 18 firearms, including an M-16 rifle and two silencers in the heist.

On Friday, Jakubowski answered to charges of burglary and felony theft as well as dangerous weapons possession in a Madison, Wisconsin court. Officials from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) said more charges will be added after the agency conducts its investigation.