Boss turns himself in to Wood County Sheriff’s Department

A photo of suspect Howard Boss supplied by the Kenosha County Sheriff's Department.

The man at the center of a six-hour man hunt last Tuesday has turned himself in.

Today at about 3:30 p.m. Howard Boss turned himself in to the Wood County Sheriff’s Department, said Sgt. Gil Benn, Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department spokesman

Upon satisfaction of Wood County cases, Boss will be transported back to Kenosha County to appear on a Kenosha County warrant stemming from a June 15 incident with the Wheatland constable, Benn said

No other information is currently available about the Wood County arrest, Benn said.

A warrant for Boss’ arrest on three charges was signed by Kenosha County Circuit Court Judge Anthony G. Milisauskas last week.

On Tuesday, police say Boss fled after being pulled over by Wheatland Constable Bob Haas. A criminal complaint alleges that Boss showed a gun to Haas, who fired his gun at Boss.

Police from agencies in three counties mounted a search for Boss Tuesday, but could not locate him in a five-mile radius of Highways B and 50 near where the traffic stop occurred.



  1. bob collins says:

    did anyone find any casings from boss’s gun?? perhaps the constable of wheatland should be retested for an eye haas’s reputation isn’t all that with the people of the community and perhaps,just perhaps the people are correct..justifacation for his position is what i think mr haas is trying to prove, at the exspence of others….

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