911 calls released from day of Obregon's capture

Posted at 10:37 PM, Nov 24, 2015
and last updated 2015-11-24 23:37:15-05

KENOSHA -- Newly released dashcam video gives us a glimpse at how a wanted Kenosha County man eluded police and terrified a community for weeks.

Even at more than 120 miles per hour, deputies lost sight of Andrew Obregon. Vigilant residents were always on the lookout.

Obregon was a suspect in the murder of Tywon Anderson in September. Over a three week period, Obregon terrorized a community with robberies, carjackings and high speed chases.


On October 13th, a 911 call from a terrified woman cracked the case wide open.

"Andrew Obregon he just punched me in my house on Route 75," said the 911 victim.

The 59-year-old woman on the other line had just walked into her father's vacant house, to find the wanted man she had seen on TV.

Obregon was caught a short time later in Illinois. He has pleaded not guilty on all charges against him, including first degree murder.