Wisconsin's Most Wanted: Jordan Hardy turns himself in

The U.S. Marshals Service reported Saturday, March 11 that Jordan Hardy, 26, turned himself in hours after FOX6 profiled him as one of Wisconsin's Most Wanted.

Hardy faces two charges – second-degree sexual assault of someone in a treatment facility and second-degree sexual assault of someone who is mentally ill.

Prosecutors accuse Hardy of sexually assaulting a patient at a health facility on the far northwest side of Milwaukee.

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"MPD has attempted to locate him, and they’ve had negative results on that," the U.S. Marshal on the case told FOX6 News. "Eventually, he’s going to get caught."

Marshals said Hardy worked inside the facility. The investigation began in the spring of 2022. Prosecutors said the victim told authorities what happened to her during a hospital visit.

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"(Hardy) contacted the employer saying that somebody was making accusations," the marshal said. 

Marshals said Hardy stopped showing up to work. They said Hardy has a history with firearms.

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"He’s 5-foot-8, 147 pounds. He does have several tattoos unknown on his right arm, and he does have tattoos on his left," the marshal explained. 

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Again, U.S. Marshals said Saturday, March 11 that Hardy turned himself in. FOX6 News profiled him as one of Wisconsin's Most Wanted on March 10.