The U.S. Marshals are offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of a 41-year-old man who is wanted for allegedly fatally shooting a woman in Wisconsin and has ties to northern Illinois.
Terry “Scooter Man” Jackson, 41, is wanted for allegedly shooting and killing Brittany Booker, 30, in Racine, Wisconsin.
The Racine Police Department responded on April 24 to the 1300 block of Villa Street in Racine for a missing person complaint.
Officers determined a homicide occurred and the victim was identified as Booker, according to Racine Police Department Public Information Officer Kristi Wilcox.
Jackson was immediately identified as a suspect.
Police believe the homicide is related to a February attack where Jackson seriously injured Booker and another woman with a hammer.
Jackson had several arrest warrants, one of which was for attempted homicide, Wilcox said.
Racine police later arrested Diamond Hood, 24, of Racine, on April 26 for harboring and aiding Jackson in reference to the homicide.
Alicia Sykes, 30, and Carmelita Walker, 34, both of Racine, were arrested a day later for harboring and aiding Jackson in reference to the February attack.
Jackson remains at large and is considered armed and dangerous, Wilcox said.
He is wanted on a multitude of charges, including first-degree intentional homicide.
Jackson, who has the nickname “Scooter Man,” is 5-foot-9 and approximately 200 pounds. He has brown eyes and tattoos on both upper arms.
He also has large distinctive tattoos with scorpion or spider arms and a block lettering on his throat.
Wilcox said Jackson, who was born in Illinois, has ties to southeast Wisconsin, northern Illinois, northern Indiana, Arizona and Texas.
The U.S. Marshals Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force, in coordination with the Racine Police Department, is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Jackson.
Anyone with information on Jackson is asked to call the U.S. Marshals Service Eastern District of Wisconsin at 414-297-3707 or the Racine Police Department at 262-939-2437.