33-year-old Joseph Jakubowski of Janesville is sentenced to 14-years in federal prison on weapons charges. Jakubowski prompted a ten-day manhunt in April after the theft of several guns at Armagedon Supplies in Janesville. Public interest was heightened by the revelation Jakubowski had sent a lengthy manifesto to the president. He was captured at a makeshift campsite in southwestern Wisconsin. Jakubowski also used a profanity-laced oration to say he rejected the rules of law, and directed an expletive at the judge. Federal prosecutors say Jakubowski’s anti-government views and reluctance to accept responsibility for his actions show he remains a threat. A trial on state charges is still planned in Rock County Court next month.