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Kody Finfrock Fugitive Taunts Janesville Police on Facebook

Kody Finfrock Fugitive Taunts Janesville Police on Facebook

Update: Kody Finfrock, 19, turned himself into the Rock County Sheriff’s Office Friday night. He was arrested on outstanding warrants for domestic violence, battery, disorderly conduct, criminal damage to property and bail jumping.

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ID #19-51 Kody Finfrock Fugitive Taunts Police

Kody Finfrock Fugitive Taunts Janesville Police on Facebook

Janesville, Wisconsin – Investigators appear to be closing in on a defiant Rock County fugitive who taunted the Janesville Police Department on social media.

The city of Janesville’s Facebook page Wednesday posted a photo and information on 19-year-old Kody Finfrock of Beloit and asked for information on his whereabouts. A comment on the post from a person who identified himself as Finfrock replied, “Hahhaha catch me if you can.”

Finfrock has arrest warrants connected to eight open criminal cases in Rock and Walworth Counties for alleged crimes including domestic violence-related battery, disorderly conduct and theft of a gun.

Janesville Police Sergeant Chad Pearson says the wanted post and Finfrock’s comment has led to nearly a dozen tips. Pearson says the online comment has also allowed investigators to additionally track Finfrock.

Finfrock’s alleged gun theft took place Jan. 16 in the Town of Beloit. At the time of the crime, Town of Beloit Police officials said Finfrock was believed to have left the state for Georgia.

But Officer Christopher Regenauer tells 27 News Finfrock surrendered the stolen gun to a family member in Wisconsin Feb. 2.

A source with knowledge of the search for Finfrock tells 27 News it is believed Finfrock is in Madison.

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