Sheriff requests mutual aid from other departments in search for Obregon; deputies patrolling around Bristol, Brighton and Paris schools

kcsd-doorKenosha County Sheriff David Beth is seeking additional help and personnel from two neighboring police departments in the search for Andrew M. Obregon, 32, of Brighton.

The department also has stationed uniformed deputies at three area schools, a media release from the department issued at 2:45 p.m. Monday said.

Andrew Obregon /Photo supplied by Kenosha County Sheriff's Department

Andrew Obregon /Photo supplied by Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department

Obregon, is a “person of interest” in the investigation into the death of Tywon Anderson, 37, of Kenosha, who was found dead in Paris on Sept. 26. Obregon led law enforcement on a two county high speed chase on Friday afternoon and has been linked by the KCSD to a burglary of a business, an armed robbery at another business and a theft of a van over the weekend.

From the media release:

“As the search for Andrew Mario Obregon continues, Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth has re-allocated several deputies, placed extra uniformed patrols in high visibility positions around the schools in Bristol, Paris and Brighton Townships and increased the number of investigative personnel actively following up on leads in this case.  A formal Mutual Aid request was made today by the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department to the Racine County Sheriff’s Department and the City of Kenosha Police Department regarding assistance with additional resources and personnel in this case. Sheriff Beth has made this case the top priority and is using every available resource to the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department to bring this situation to a peaceful resolution. Obregon is still at large and is believed to possibly be operating the stolen white Ford Transit cargo van.  He may be clean shaven and may have altered his appearance. … Sheriff Beth asks that the public remain diligent in providing information which may lead to the arrest of Andrew Obregon. Anyone with information about Obregon’s current whereabouts is urged to call the Kenosha 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.  Information leading to arrest and conviction may result in a reward up to $1000.00.”

Beth has scheduled a press conference for Tuesday afternoon regarding this case.


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