CrimeMan jumps into Rock River while fleeing police in Fort Atkinson

00:30  06 july  2019
00:30  06 july  2019 Source:   fox6now.com

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Man jumps into Rock River while fleeing police in Fort Atkinson © WITI-TV/TNS Man jumps into Rock River during foot pursuit in Fort Atkinson

FORT ATKINSON — A man attempting to run from Fort Atkinson police jumped into the Rock River during a pursuit on Friday, July 5.

Police say officers were trying to find a man wanted on a warrant around 12 p.m. and while trying to arrest him, he diverted into the river near the Roberts Street Bridge.

A fisherman tells FOX6 News he watched the man jump into the river and police set up a boat to apprehend him.

According to police, the Fort Atkinson Fire Department was called into to rescue the suspect.

The man was taken into custody without any injuries.


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