Among the details is a report of a draft of an apology letter to the owner of the Armageddon Gun Shop in which he also thanked the owner for protecting the 2nd Amendment.
The complaint also reveals that surveillance video shows that after Jakubowski had difficulty breaking in the front door, he dove through it head first to gain entry.
Jakubowski, 32, is wanted in connection with the burglary where 18 high-end weapons, ammunition and two silencers were taken.
The burglary happened shortly after police say Jakubowski penned a 161-page anti-government manifesto and sent it to President Donald Trump.
Police say they learned that Jakubowski has made threats to local authorities and churches, leading to extra security at schools, churches and government offices in southern Wisconsin.
On Tuesday, Special Agent in Charge Justin Tolomeo of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Milwaukee Division announced the FBI has increased its reward up to $20,000.
The Criminal Complaint lists three counts: Burglary – Arming Self with a Dangerous Weapon, Felony Theft – Special Facts, and Possession of Burglarious Tools.