The message from police was clear on Tuesday night.  Shoot at us and we’re coming for you.

Just after 7 p.m. Tuesday, U.S. Marshals said they have Jacob Julick in custody.  They say they captured him without incident after finding him hiding in a third floor attic.

Julick is accused of shooting at police in Cincinnati and escaping.  He’s been on the run for 19 days. Here’s what started it all.

Police say on June 6, 27-year-old Jacob Ray Julick opened fire on Lakeside Park police officers after they pulled him over in Erlanger.

The stop happened on Dixie Highway near Short Hill Lane, by the Speedway gas station.

Police say he pulled out a gun and fired at officers, then took off on foot. Over the past several days, he’s been spotted in the area.

At about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, police were called to a home near the corner of McHenry and Cavanaugh avenues.  The  Cincinnati police SWAT team was called in after Julick’s family said he was hiding out in the home there.
Jacob Ray Julick

Jacob Ray Julick

Jacob Julick’s mother Mary told media outlets that her son called her and said he was surrounded by police and “didn’t know what to do.”  Shortly after, police confirmed to local media outlets that Julick was the suspect in the home they had surrounded.  Three loud bangs were reported, but according to police they were not gunshots.

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They say he then lead police on a chase that intentionally put others at “risk of serious physical injury or death” and that he intentionally tried to ram the front of a police cruiser.

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