U.S. Marshals Arrest Terry “Scooter Man” Jackson

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Milwaukee, WI – The United States Marshal for the Eastern
District of Wisconsin Anna Ruzinski joined by Racine Police Department
Chief Maurice Robinson announce the arrest of Terry “Scooter Man”
Jackson following an arrest operation conducted this morning in Chicago,
Illinois by members of the United States Marshals Service Great Lakes
Regional Fugitive Task Force – Chicago Office. Upon making contact at a
residence Jackson was observed in a window of the home armed with a
firearm. Following a brief standoff and negotiations Jackson surrendered
without incident. A firearm was recovered from the scene.
On February 27, 2022, Jackson is alleged to have
assaulted two women in Racine, WI using a claw hammer. Arrest warrants
were issued for this offense and adopted by the Great Lakes Regional
Fugitive Task Force – Milwaukee Office.
On April 24, 2022, Jackson is alleged to have
returned to Racine, WI where he entered the home of one of his original
victims from the February 27th attack. Jackson assaulted the victim in
her home with her children present, forcefully removed her from the home
and into her vehicle. The victim was subsequently located by the Racine
Police Department inside the vehicle deceased from a single gun shot
wound to the head. Jackson was charged with the homicide of Brittany
The fugitive investigation for Jackson spanned
five states, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Texas, and Arizona before
ultimately returning to Chicago, IL where Jackson was located and
arrested this morning.
Marshal Ruzinski stated, “This was a particularly
violent criminal. Only through cooperation with our partner agencies and
the diligent work of our Fugitive Task Force, is he now off the
Additional information about the U.S. Marshals Service can be found
at http://www.usmarshals.gov.

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