WI - Jayme Closs, 13, Barron,Media, Maps and Timelines *NO DISCUSSION*

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    Timeline of events: Missing Barron Co. teen

    Father: James Closs, 56 – Deceased
    Mother: Denise Closs, 46 – Deceased
    Daughter: Jayme Closs, 13 – Missing
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    Sunday, October 14
    Denise & Jayme Closs attend family gathering. James, was at work, according to the Associated Press.

    Monday, October 15
    12:58 a.m. – Barron Co. receives 911 call from 1268 Hwy. 8. Nobody speaks back to dispatchers.
    – Deputies find James and Denise dead from gunshots. Daughter Jayme is missing
    – FBI, DCI arrive at home on Highway 8. Search of the area begins

    6:56 a.m. – Sheriff’s Dept. puts out notice on social media and to local media of missing teen.
    – Sheriff’s Dept. interviews school staff at Riverview Middle School – where Jayme attends.

    3:23 p.m. – AMBER Alert is sent out for Jayme.

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    Barron County Sheriff's Department

    Press Conference at 4pm at the Barron County Sheriff's Department 1420 State Hwy 25 Barron

    Sheriff Fitzgerald

    Barron County Sheriff's Department

    Barron County Town Hall

    Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald will be hosting a local town hall that is for Barron County residents only, there will be no media access. This is to offer me the opportunity to connect with the citizens of Barron County, and have a private dialogue about how our community is doing. We will have victim assistance personnel available to address wellness concerns.

    This event will be held at 7 pm at WITC in Rice Lake at 1900 College Drive in the Conference Center

    Sheriff Fitzgerald
     
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    911 CALL:
    At 12:53 a.m., dispatchers received a 911 call from a home in Barron. There was only background noise on the other end of the line. Police arrived at the scene and found two adults dead inside the home. Their daughter, Jayme, was missing.

    It is unknown who made the 911 call.
    Sheriff: Jayme Closs's parents victims of homicide; no gun found

    Fitzgerald said the 911 call came from the home, but no one was specifically talking to the dispatchers. Investigators are trying to enhance the audio for clues.
    AMBER Alert: Jayme Closs, 13, missing after parents shot dead in Barron, Wis.

    “We could hear yelling in the background on this 911 call. No one interacted with our dispatchers, so it was just kind of an open line where we could hear different things in the background.”
    13-Year-Old Girl Missing After Her Parents Were Found Dead At Home
     
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    GUNSHOTS:
    "Joan Smrekar and her husband live right next door to the Closs family, who they describe as “very quiet, almost reclusive.” The Smrekars reported hearing two high-powered gunshots after 12:30 a.m. Monday."
    Parents found dead, 13-year-old girl missing in Barron County, Wisconsin

    A neighbor says she and her husband heard gunshots around 12:30am. "Very loud shots, big gun and didn't think anything of it,” said JS. She says she didn’t think to call police, assuming the shots were someone shooting at an animal. "There's deer, there's bear, you name it out here so no it didn't really bother us to hear shots. It’s just something that we hear and with hunting season coming…," she said.

    Further down, the article says:
    Neighbor JS said she woke to shots close to 1 a.m. on Monday.

    Smrekar recalled, “When I heard the first shot it was, "boom!" Then second, “boom!" even bigger, louder.”
    UPDATE: Sheriff: Missing girl was in home at the time of the murders

    Tom and Joan Smrekar woke up early Monday to the sound of two gunshots, seconds apart. Joan Smrekar looked at the clock by her bed. It was 12:31 a.m. “Those two shots were so loud,” Tom Smrekar said Tuesday. The Smrekars live about 300 feet from the Closs home.

    While the Smrekars heard gunshots, Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald has not confirmed how the Closses were killed. While he said there is an obvious cause of death, they have not recovered a weapon.
    ‘It is right next door’: Barron community in shock over couple’s slaying in early morning hours

    It was just right after 12:30. They heard two gunshots. Boom, and then BOOM, just seconds after that first one.

    She asked her husband if that was gunshots. He said, "Yeah." and, "Boy, that was a big gun." Shell casings were found inside the house.
    AMBER alert issued for girl, 13, taken from WI home
     
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    OCT 18, 2018
    Wisconsin girl missing 4 days: What we know about Jayme Closs' disappearance and her parents' death
    Missing Wisconsin teenager Jayme Closs was still at home when her parents were shot to death this week, Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said Wednesday.

    Authorities know what cellphone made the 911 call, but Fitzgerald would not release that information Tuesday. From earlier police reports, we know the call came from inside the house and there was no interaction with the dispatcher, only "noise and things heard," Fitzgerald said.

    Officials determined that James, 56, and Denise Closs, 46, died from gunshot wounds early Monday and ruled their deaths as homicides, Fitzgerald said Wednesday. Further details about the autopsies were not available, and the murder weapon has not been found.
     
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    OCT 18, 2018
    Sheriff: Jayme Closs was home at time of murders
    “Her parents died from gunshot wounds that's why we are ruling this a homicide. There was no gun found on the scene. We believe Jayme was home based on the evidence in our case. Some of it from that 911 call and some of it is still part of the active investigation and we're not able to comment on why we believe that,” said Fitzgerald.

    On Monday, dispatchers received a 911 from the Closs home at 1:00 a.m. Fitzgerald says the call came from a cell phone. He says no one was communicating with dispatchers, but it was obvious a significant disturbance was occurring in the home. Deputies arrived four minutes after the call ended, but Jayme was no longer at the home.
     
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    OCT 18, 2018
    Jayme Closs search, by the numbers
    12:30 a.m. - Nextdoor neighbors report hearing two high powered gunshots.

    12:58 a.m. - Dispatch receives a 911 call from inside the home, which came from a cell phone. Investigators know whose phone it was but are not releasing that information.

    Sources tell Fox 9 the entire 911 call lasts just 45 seconds to one minute.

    The sheriff says it takes the first responding member of law enforcement less than 4 minutes to get to the Closs house once the 911 call comes to an end.

    400 - The number of tips received by law enforcement as of 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 17 in the search for Jayme Closs.
     
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    OCT 18, 2018 PRESS RELEASE

    Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald would like to thank the community for their continued support and all of the tips we have received in the case of missing & endangered 13 year old Jayme Closs of Barron, Wisconsin.

    At this time, we are requesting the public’s assistance in conducting a routine search for articles of evidentiary value that may be related to the incident.

    One hundred volunteers are needed and should report to the intersection of State Highway 8 and 16th Street at 2:00 p.m. in the City of Barron. Barron County officials will be there to greet you.

    Volunteers need to present a valid form of photo identification and be able to walk on uneven terrain. Proper footwear (hard soled shoes) and clothing are required. Volunteers are asked to provide their own water.

    Once we have 100 able-bodied volunteers, we will need to turn additional people away. Please continue to monitor our social media accounts, should we need additional volunteers in the future we will make those requests via social media.

    Please do not call in we only need 100 people
    Barron County Sheriff's Department
     
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    CNN.com - Transcripts
    FITZGERALD: Well, I can tell you, we have the cell phone. We know whose cell phone it is. It came from inside the house. The call came from inside the house. No one was on the line, and I called that call different in nature or odd, because when a 911 call is taken. 911 what`s your emergency. And somebody says I need help at whatever address. There was no address given, there was no somebody asking, or giving a specific instructions or reasons of what`s going on. We just heard what we believed to be a commotion.

    BANFIELD: Ok. So often times when a young person goes missing, the digital trail is almost like a popcorn trail, which leads me to the question about Jamie`s social media. 13-year-old girls are almost always on their phones or on some form of social media, I`m guessing, and I think it`s a good guess. You have been blanketing that angle. Have you found any information from her social media? Is it possible she has a phone with her?

    FITZGERALD: I do not know the answer to the second part of the question, if she had the phone with her. I can tell you that we are looking at the social media platform. Again, that is why our partners in the FBI are so key in this, because they have the experts for smaller agencies like mine in a county of 44,000 people.
     

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