A Kenosha man charged with murder and accused of going on a crime spree while eluding police in 2015 has pleaded guilty.
Andrew Obregon was accused of killing 37-year-old Tywon Anderson. Anderson's body was found in a cornfield off Hwy A.
Obregon pleaded guilty to first degree murder and a handful of other felony charges, but several additional charges were dismissed.
Police say over a three week period after the homicide, Obregon terrorized a community with robberies, carjackings and high speed chases.
He was later caught in Illinois.
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