Hudson Police Looking for Man Wanted in Kenosha
The Hudson Police Department is seeking the public's help in finding a man wanted on absconding charges out of Kenosha. The man has been staying in Hudson and left last week, but has remained in the area.
The Hudson Police Department is looking for a man named James M. Eckhoff who is wanted on an absconding warrant out of Kenosha. Hudson Police Chief Marty Jensen issued the following press release:
The Hudson Police Department is asking the publics help in locating a wanted subject believed to be still in the City of Hudson. James Matthew Eckhoff is wanted on misdameaner charges out of Kenosha WI, and a Dept of Corrections warrant for absconding. The Hudson Police Department also interested in talking with Eckhoff regarding an on-going criminal investigation. Eckhoff had been staying at 1922 Brookstone Circle in the City of Hudson. Eckhoff left this residence last week but it is believed he has been seen back at this home over the past few days. Anyone with information on Eckhoff's location is asked to call the Hudson Police Department at 715-386-4771.
Eckhoff is discribed as a white male, 5' 11" inches tall, weighing 200
lbs. He has brown eyes and gray hair.