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“He’s a person that never sits still:” Will a $5,000 reward lead to the arrest of Andrew Obregon?

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KENOSHA COUNTY --  Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth announced Monday, October 12th a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Andrew Obregon.  Obregon remains a suspect in the homicide of Tywon Anderson, whose body was found in a field of corn off Highway A in Kenosha County on September 26th.

"We know that he's traveling around, not just Kenosha county, but into Racine county, as well," said Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth. "There's possibilities he's traveling just south of the state line."

For days, Obregon has eluded law enforcement and speeding away when they get close -- using the cornfields as a shield.

"I think it deals with his contacts for, for crack cocaine, and this is the area that he knows he can escape," said Beth.

On Saturday, October 10th, authorities say three of the vehicles believed to have been driven by Obregon during the high-speed pursuits with Kenosha and Racine County sheriff's deputies, were recovered.

Sheriff Beth said the recovered vehicles include:

  • 1988 Black Mustang
  • 2015 White Ford Transit Van with green lettering
  • 2001 White Ford F-350 dually pick-up truck

Sheriff Beth now hopes the $5,000 reward offered in this case will motivate someone to come forward.

"He's a person that never sits still. And we're hoping that a $5,000 reward will help anyone who comes in contact with him to call right away," said Beth. "We`re, now, using resources that we would love to be putting toward other cases, other calls. Now, we're dividing our time and our resources to strictly, to Andy Obregon."

Anyone with information about Obregon’s whereabouts is urged to call the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department at 262-605-5100. Those wishing to remain anonymous may call the Kenosha Area Crime Stoppers at 262-656-7333 or toll-free at 800-807-8477. 

5 comments

  • A yooper

    I’m no Barney Fife, but could PD not get a hold of his scent somehow and put some dogs on the loose? Would some bear hunters give their dogs some fun?

  • JP79

    Race shouldnt be an issue, I dont see rewards for any killings in Milwaukee. The Man that was killed has a family and I am sure they want this POS caught or killed.

  • A yooper

    JP 79 dude looks like a white guy to me. No race issue here. Give the dogs a very good head start to find this crack pot. Sooner or later a family will be in the way of this wack job I would blame local PD for incompetence when it happens. Just saying………

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