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    FEB 6, 2019
    Accused Jayme Closs kidnapper Jake Patterson appears in court, waives preliminary hearing
    Jake Patterson, accused of kidnapping Jayme Closs after murdering her parents, appeared in person Wednesday in Barron County Circuit Court and waived his preliminary hearing.

    Patterson, who appeared before Barron County Circuit Judge James C. Babler, made his initial appearance Jan. 14 via video from the county jail.

    In a preliminary hearing, a judge determines if there is probable cause that a felony was committed, and if it was committed by the person who prosecutors charged.

    It's not uncommon for a defendant to waive the preliminary hearing. By doing so, Patterson acknowledged that there is enough evidence for a case to go forward without admitting guilt.

    Patterson is scheduled to return to court for an arraignment hearing on March 27.
     
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    FEB 6, 2019
    Suspect in Wisconsin teen's abduction ordered to stand trial
    Patterson, wearing an orange jail jumpsuit and restraints, fidgeted during a proceeding that lasted less than five minutes, with Patterson speaking only to give yes-or-no answers to the judge's questions. It was the first time he appeared in court in person.

    As he was leaving the courtroom, Patterson smiled and nodded at his father, Patrick Patterson, and said, "I love you." The elder Patterson responded, "I love you."

    About 20 members of the Closs family attended. Neither they nor members of the Patterson family spoke to reporters afterward.
     
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    FEB 6, 2019
    Paul Blume on Twitter (Video)
    Here is moment Jake Patterson enters courtroom & spots his family in front row. Patterson cuffed & in jailhouse uniform was in court for just a couple minutes. He'll be arraigned March 27th. #JaymeCloss

    Paul Blume on Twitter
    Patterson appeared to immediately make eye contact and shared moment with his Dad in front row on way to defense table #JaymeCloss Defense says Patterson is waving his right to a Preliminary Hearing.

    Angelica Sanchez on Twitter
    UPDATE: Suspect Jake Patterson made an in person appearance to his preliminary hearing. He waved his right to preliminary examination. He will be back in court March 27th. His family left court very emotional with no comment. @fox6now#JaymeCloss
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    Mary McGuire on Twitter
    In light of Patterson court appearance, family of Jayme Closs tells me they are focusing on justice and healing today. Jayme and her two aunts are “very very thankful for the wonderful support and kind wishes from all of the amazing people around the world.” @WCCO #JaymeCloss
     
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    FEB 6, 2019

    In response to a question about whether JP walked past the Tree of Hope inside the Barron County Justice Center:

    Paul Blume on Twitter
    He did not. The #JaymeCloss Xmas tree continues to stand in the Barron Co Justice Center public lobby. Jake Patterson was transported thru & remained in locked off, secure portions of the facility at all times today. I understand he was then shipped back to the jail in Polk Co.
     
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    FEB 6, 2019
    The 21-year-old charged with kidnapping Jayme Closs, 13, is seen in court for the first time | Daily Mail Online
    He betrayed no emotion as he confidently answered the judge's questions, determining that he had made his decision to not have a preliminary hearing 'knowingly, intelligently and voluntarily.'

    By waiving his right to a preliminary hearing, Patterson's case will now go to trial.

    Emotion flickered across Patterson's face as he was escorted past the row in which his father, sister Katie and brother Erik sat. 'Love you Jake,' his father said quietly.

    Both Katie and Erik echoed him with the words, 'We love you' as the youngest of the three siblings shuffled past them in handcuffs and orange prison overalls.

    His face contorted with a half smile, half grimace. For a moment he appeared on the verge of tears and then he was gone.

    This is the first time that Patterson has appeared in person and stood in the same room as the relatives of the couple he is accused of murdering and the 13-year-old girl he kidnapped.

    At 10.41am more than a dozen of Jayme's family members had filed silently into the courtroom. Earlier they had acknowledged it was 'going to be a hard day.'

    They filled three of the four rows of benches. Patterson's family presence was meager by comparison.

    Patterson's father quietly thanked the Sheriff's Deputy who had escorted them in, then placed a protective arm around his daughter's shoulder and held her close as they sat waiting for proceedings to start.

    Proceedings lasted barely three minutes and the case will now go to trial. As he left the room Patterson's sister stifled a sob and his brother broke down in tears.

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    FEB 7, 2019
    Father of Jayme Closs kidnapper says his heart is broken for her family | Daily Mail Online
    • Jake Patterson's father Patrick says his heart is broken for 13-year-old Jayme Closs and her family
    • 21-year-old Jake is charged with kidnapping Jayme and gunning down her parents Denise and James in cold blood in Wisconsin on October 15
    • Patterson's father said he is still trying to make sense of what happened
    • He wept and told his son he loved him as Patterson waived his right to a preliminary hearing in Barron County Court on Wednesday
    'My words can mean nothing after such a tragedy has taken place. I most definitely want Jayme's family to know, everyone to know, that our hearts are broken for their family,' Patrick said.

    'I'm very sorry for everything that has happened.

    'I wish for a complete healing of Jayme's mind, heart and soul.'

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    FEB 7, 2019
    Timeline: The life of Jake Patterson, leading to double homicide, abduction charges
    Following is a timeline of the life of Jake Patterson, the man accused of kidnapping teenager Jayme Closs after shooting her parents to death. Information was compiled from USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin reporting; court, real-estate and divorce records; and interviews with people who knew Patterson.

    Dec. 30, 1989: Patrick Michael Patterson, then 26; marries Deborah Lynn Moyer, 20, in Superior. It's the first marriage for both.

    April 23, 1992: They have their first child, daughter Katie Lynn.

    June 24, 1994: Deborah Patterson gives birth to a son, Erik James.

    Oct. 30, 2007: The couple file jointly for divorce, saying in a hand-written petition their union is “irretrievably broken.” They agree to split the cost of raising the kids, and Patrick agrees to insure them with a plan he has through his employer, an electrical supply company.

    Late 2007-early 2008: Deborah moves to a duplex on the south side of Minong, a Washburn County village of 527 about 12 miles from the family home in Gordon.

    March 31, 2008: A judge grants the divorce. The couple agrees to share physical custody every other week; Patrick is expected pay Deborah $800 a month in child support until Jake turns 18. Patrick agrees to buy Deborah's share of the house for $40,000.

    Northwood School in Minong. There, former classmates said, he enjoyed reading, seemed intelligent, won a spot on the school’s Quiz Bowl team, and periodically displayed a sense of humor. But he could be socially awkward, eschewed dating andsports, and was voted “most quiet” in his class.

    Oct. 13, 2012: Erik Patterson is accused of fourth-degree sexual assault. He pleads no contest; a Buffalo County judge sentences him to a year's probation.

    Summer 2013: Jake Patterson begins wearing his hairextremely short.

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    7 Feb 2019

    Timeline of JC Kidnapping

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    Oct. 28, 2013
    : Erik Patterson is arrested in Douglas County on charges including two low-level felonies accusing him of manufacturing or delivering THC, as well as a bail-jumping misdemeanor. He later pleads no contest and is convicted. His Buffalo County probation is revoked; he's given an eight-month jail sentence.

    Late May, 2015: Jake Patterson and 33 classmates graduate from Northwood. He skips the senior class trip, prom and class photo.

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    Jake Thomas Patterson, the suspect in the kidnapping of Jayme Closs and murder of her parents, as seen in his high school yearbook. (Photo: Bill Glauber / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

    Sept. 14, 2015: Patterson arrives at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, after enlisting in a recruiting office in Rice Lake.

    Oct. 20, 2015: The Marine Corps kicks Patterson out of basic training five weeks into a 13-week program.

    2016: Patterson takes a job at the Jennie-O Turkey Store in Barron. He quits a day later.

    Early October, 2018: Patterson continues to live at South Eau Claire Acres. His father has moved out.

    Oct. 3 and 4: Patterson works two days at Saputo Cheese near Almeda, then quits. On one trip to work, he stops behind a school bus on U.S. 8, sees Jayme get on, and decides to kidnap her, according to a criminal complaint. He makes two trips to her house in Barron to conduct the kidnapping. But when he sees cars in the area, he loses his nerve.

    Oct. 15, 2018: Just before 1 a.m., authorities say, Patterson, head shaven, face covered by a mask, and carrying a 12-gauge shotgun, kills Jayme’s 56-year-old father, James, with a blast through the front door. He then shoots his way into the house and fatally shoots Jayme’s mother Denise, 46, after kicking down the door to the bathroom where she and Jayme had hidden. He forces the girl, bound and with her mouth taped shut, into the trunk of his car.

    Oct. 15-Jan. 10: Patterson holds Jayme captive in the house in Gordon, about an hour and 20 minutes north of the Closs house, according to a criminal complaint. He forces her to stay under a bed when he leaves and when his father visits, placing weighted containers around the bed to prevent escape, the complaint states.

    More at link: https://www.greenbaypressgazette.co...GvLJxAODWByBSZWj-dxh3p5e991T_n9QyzLm7p37el4LU
     
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    FEB 11, 2019
    https://www.postcrescent.com/story/...napper-jake-patterson-crime-spree/2780751002/
    Patterson, who will be arraigned next month on charges of killing James and Denise Closs with shotgun blasts and kidnapping Jayme, their 13-year-old daughter, is narcissistic but also a loner with a spotty work record, criminologists and violent crime experts say.

    Investigators, profilers, and researchers who have interviewed or studied killers with multiple victims believe Patterson’s case is unusual in several other respects:
    • Patterson told detectives that he carefully plotted the crimes, yet he was impulsive in some of his actions and decisions.
    • While it was regarded as a crime against a stranger because Patterson, according to the complaint, had no relationship with the Closs family, it wasn’t completely random because he targeted Jayme after he saw her getting on a school bus near her Barron home weeks before attacking her family.
    • Patterson unmercifully killed Jayme’s parents, prosecutors say, but he spared Jayme, drove her away from the murder scene and held her captive for three months before she escaped.
    “This is outside the norm,” said Gregg McCrary, a former special agent with the FBI who had a long association with the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime and was among the early criminal profilers.

    James and Denise Closs were victims of Patterson’s fantasy to take and keep Jayme, McCrary said.

    “When guys do this sort of thing, anybody who gets between them and their target is in peril,” he said. “That’s his desire, and he is willing to kill. This is someone with no guilt, no remorse, no empathy. He killed these people with the empathy of lighting a cigarette.”

    McCrary also sees signs of narcissism in Patterson. He noted that, when stopped by police on Jan. 10, he said, “I did it” and went on to say in his confession that he assumed he had gotten away with his crimes and claimed he never would have been caught if he had planned the abduction “perfectly," the complaint said.

    "He talks about being criminally sophisticated and his efforts at not being detected. He likes to brag about it, which is extremely pathological,” McCrary said. “He thinks he’s smarter than anybody else. He was just getting off on this. He had this secret, which reinforces his feelings. He has a captive in the house and appears to lead a normal life.

    “It’s the narcissism that often is their vulnerability, such as the confidence to go out and leave (Jayme) alone. He got overconfident in his ability to maintain this.”

    Patterson’s actions, outlined in the complaint, before the mayhem at the Closs residence were not typical of most killers, said Kim Rossmo, director of the Center for Geospatial Intelligence and Investigation in the Department of Criminal Justice at Texas State University.

    Although other major crimes share aspects of Patterson’s case — premeditating, planning, avoiding detection and erupting in deadly violence — the combination of these behaviors in the Jayme Closs abduction is outside the norm.

    “All of these things have happened in other cases, but this one is different because he did so many of them,” she said.
     
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    FEB 13, 2019
    Six weeks until next Patterson court date
    For the next six weeks a preliminary hearing on Wednesday, Feb. 6, that lasted less than five minutes is likely to be the last official public reference to a double murder and kidnapping in rural Barron last October, the alleged imprisonment of a 13-year-old girl, her unexpected escape, and the arrest of her alleged captor.

    So far as the prosecution is concerned, the preliminary hearing will be the last public pronouncement of any sort, a spokesperson for the Wisconsin Attorney General’s office said Monday, Feb. 11.

    “We will have no comment on what will take place before the arraignment takes place,” Rebecca Ballweg, deputy director of communications and public affairs, said during a phone interview.

    Until his next court date, Patterson will be held at the Polk County Jail. Barron jail officials said it was “an administrative decision” to move him to the jail at Balsam Lake, but also confirmed that a relative of the Closs family is a member of the Barron County Jail staff.

    Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said it will cost $40 per day to house Patterson at the jail in Balsam Lake, Wis.

    “But we expect to offset (that cost) with money we take in from housing inmates from Burnett and Washburn (counties),” he said.
     
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    FEB 11, 2019
    'No guilt, no remorse, no empathy.' Criminal profilers say Jake Patterson case stands out
    Patterson’s actions, outlined in the complaint, before the mayhem at the Closs residence were not typical of most killers, said Kim Rossmo, director of the Center for Geospatial Intelligence and Investigation in the Department of Criminal Justice at Texas State University.

    “I think one of the unusual aspects was the fact that he didn’t kill his victim within 24 hours. That’s pretty standard,” said Rossmo, the former detective inspector in charge of the Vancouver Police Department's Geographic Profiling Section.

    Rossmo also noted that while authorities say Patterson plotted the crime, he changed course as circumstances arose.

    “In a way it’s a complication more than a necessity," he said of the murders of Jayme’s parents. “Given his planning, it was unusual to go into the home (without knowing who was there). Maybe he couldn’t wait.”
     
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    Jayme Closs and Family Send Thanks for Love and Support
    Updated: February 13, 2019 10:16 AM

    It's been just over a month since Jayme Closs escaped her captor, and found her freedom on an icy road in Gordon, Wisconsin.

    Now, she and her family has reached out to WDIO News to release a statement they want to be shared with everyone.

    "Jayme and her family wish to extend their deepest gratitude for the incredible gifts and generous donations that she has received from all over the country and around the world. Jayme greatly appreciates each and every gift, as well as the many cards and letters. The many kind words have been a source of great comfort to her. "
     
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    FEB 16, 2019
    Finding normalcy one month after Jayme Closs' brave escape
    Just over one month since Jayme Closs' brave escape from suspect, Jake Patterson’s home in Gordon, the Barron County community is coming together to continue the healing process.

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    Saturday morning, "Our Resilient Community," a seminar focusing on grief and loss, was held at the Barron Area Community Center.

    In an intimate space, community members were invited to listen and talk with grief expert Kal Rissman.

    Rissman said during the seminar he wanted to emphasize that life is a series of growths and losses, and that when tragedies like this strike, it's important to grieve properly.

    “What I'm hoping for Barron, Wisconsin is that this horrible tragedy is something that people grieve well and they come out the other side more resilient, more willing to get the most out of every day they have with people,” says Rissman.

    Sheriff Fitzgerald says the sheriff’s office has been helping the Closs family by screening gifts. He adds there’s been an overwhelming amount of support for Jayme.
     
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    FEB 18, 2019
    ‘Me and Jayme cooked a bunch of stuff’: Jayme Closs’ alleged kidnapper writes jailhouse letter, draws hearts around young girl’s name [Report]
    The letter also described how Patterson hated himself for what he did, but he acknowledged his family still supports him. He also reportedly wrote that “not a single” person has sent him hate mail, unless the letters were thrown out by authorities before he could read them.

    “I went from never committing a crime or really doing anything bad to doing the worst thing a human can do. Just one big f–k up ha ha.”

    See the full letter here (RadarOnline)
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