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Waukesha County fugitive likely Trempealeau County intruder

BLAIR, Wis. (AP) — Authorities say a fugitive wanted in Waukesha County apparently broke into a cabin in western Wisconsin, but remains at large.

Trempealeau County sheriff’s officials believe Jonathan Pogreba was the person who broke into the cabin southeast of Blair. A neighbor of the property called the sheriff’s department about 6:30 p.m. Thursday to report the break-in.

Sheriff’s deputies and Blair police went to the cabin and found evidence of a break-in, but there was no sign of the intruder. Authorities say their investigation shows Pogreba was likely the intruder.

A warrant has been issued in Waukesha County for his arrest on charges of second-degree endangering safety, disorderly conduct and battery. The 43-year-old Pogreba pointed a gun at his wife and assaulted her, according to the criminal complaint.

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