Sheriff offering reward for info leading to Obregon arrest

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

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

Sheriff David Beth is now offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of homicide suspect Andrew Obregon of Brighton.

The Sheriff’s Department has been looking intently for Obregon since Oct. 2, when he lead deputies on a high speed chase through Paris and into Racine County. Since then he has led law enforcement officers on two more chases and is believed to have committed a burglary at one convenience store and an armed at another.

Obregon is a suspect in the death of Tywon Anderson, 37, of Kenosha. Anderson was found dead in a Paris farm field Sept. 26.

It is believed Obregon is still in the area given the recent discovery of  three vehicles he has been known to be using, a media release issued Monday said.

Obregon, 32, is described as 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighing about 155 pounds and having brown hair and brown eyes. KCSD officials say he may have changed his  appearance, perhaps through shaving.

People with information for the sheriff’s department can call 262-605-5100.


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