Bossier Police Searching For Suspect After SWAT Team Call
Bossier City Police are searching for a suspect who is wanted on at least 9 felony charges.
Officers went to a residence in the 4200 block of Elaine Street looking for 24-year-old Kaleb J. Janeczko around 10am on Monday morning. Police were looking for Janeczko because he has 9 outstanding felony warrants. Among those warrants are 7 counts of Burglary, and 2 counts of Unauthorized Use of a Moveable.
When police arrived at the home, Janeczko refused to come out. More units responded to the scene, and when officers were notified by a resident there were firearms in the home Bossier Police brought in their Special Operations Services unit (the BCPD version of a SWAT team). The Special Operations Services unit cleared the home looking for Janeczko, but he was not present.
Authorities now believe that Janeczko was able to leave the residence through the back of the home undetected.
Bossier Police remained in the area searching buildings, and monitoring the area, as two local schools were releasing students for the day. Several residents in the area requested that police search buildings on their property, including sheds and small buildings. Units also monitored the area as children walked home from school, and busses made their way through neighborhoods. Officers could be seen running to multiple buildings in the neighborhood throughout the day.
Officers are still looking for Janeczko. He is listed at 5'7 and 140 lbs, with blue eyes. If you have any information on his whereabouts please contact the Bossier City Police Department at 318-741-8610 or Crime Stoppers at 318-424-4100.