Found Alive WI - Jayme Closs, 13, Barron, missing after parents found shot, 15 Oct 2018 *Arrest* #34

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  1. Le Singe

    Le Singe Well-Known Member

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    does anyone know how to check archival site for if he had a FB? I'm pretty out of the loop on those.
     
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  2. Amonet

    Amonet Well-Known Member

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    There's no point in trying over and over. A lot of US government sites for things like this are blocked to access outside of the USA (or North America, I don't know exactly the level of the block, only that it exists). I'm just saying this so that you don't waste hope and time thinking it might come back later...it won't.
     
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  3. not.a.muggle

    not.a.muggle Well-Known Member

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    Wiki:

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  4. bestill

    bestill It's a Disney Day for SC Inmate 00378074

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    Amen! It's so rare that someone is found alive, I can't believe there's so much scrutiny over LE and the super and how they are acting. I'm just thrilled to be here, reading this and to know that the perp is behind bars.
     
  5. Forpsy

    Forpsy Well-Known Member

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    Has Wisconsin ever held a public trial?
     
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  6. The Dude

    The Dude Tying the room together

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    That's one possibility. Or maybe he was a skinhead? Actually, it was probably his way of hiding the fact that he was going bald at 21...
     
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  7. Angleterre

    Angleterre Verified LE & Senior Investigate Officer, England

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    I agree 100%
    Guys n gals, the pressure that LE was under was immense, In particular Sheriff Fitz
    He wouldn’t have had much sleep or relaxation over the last 3 months and I bet his family time was severely impacted. Unless you have been in charge of an investigation such as this ( I have ) and you understand the work that goes on behind the scenes along with the worry et al then you cannot possibly imagine the toll it takes. Honestly, it personally ages you as an SIO and you get I’ll with stress if you’re not careful. So I think LE are entitled to show jubilation and give one another a pat on the back for the work they undertook tireslessly and their personal sacrifices made to their own family and health .
    Having said all that , Jayme Closs is one remarkable young lady and deserves all the credit in the world . We are all soooo happy to see her alive but let’s nit forget, amongst the elation, she still has no parents to love and hold her and this along with the trauma of whatever occurred during the last few months will take a lot of mental strength for her to get through . And just to finish , now LEs work really gets hard as they now have to collect and develop all the evidence in a secure and professional manner so that they can prosecute this creep and ensure that he is never released . So we shall move onto other cases but Jaymes and LE both have a ton of hard work facing them, albeit in different ways .
    I’m so happy she’s free and I always believed she was still alive because of the lack of sightings etc . But here in the U.K. , I still woke my 12 year old twins up at stupid o’clock to tell them that Jayme had been found alive . So thankful for such a miracle today x
     
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  8. justaparent

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    He was definitely keyed up but I certainly understand why. This has probably been a life consuming job for him since the murders took place. His voice was nearly gone from yesterday’s events and I doubt he had any sleep.

    A very personal case for everyone in that small community.
     
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  9. MCDRAW

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    What is an incel?
     
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  10. Ms Buffyton

    Ms Buffyton Well-Known Member

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    Just watched the press conference. Wow. What a twisted and tragic story with a happy ending for Jayme. From what I read, the suspect was living in the house he grew up in. His parents moved out and allowed him to continue to live in the house. He was unemployed. WHO has been supporting him?? His parents?? He had to have some money coming in. Was his brother also living there? I also read a family member had a cabin up in that area. Maybe this is where he discovered Jayme. All of this will eventually come out. I wonder if any other arrests will be made. Especially if someone else lived in the house. He inactivated all his social media....under the radar....he KNEW exactly what he did. Well, I know Wisconsin doesn't have the death penalty, so he will have his permanent home in prison. Jayme has a great family support system and I know they will protect her into adulthood. Lives have forever been changed because of this evil idiot man. He has no conscious....PERIOD.
     
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    "A neighbor says she and her husband had problems years ago with the man suspected of kidnapping a Wisconsin teenager and killing her parents.

    Authorities announced Friday that they arrested 21-year-old Jake Thomas Patterson on Thursday on suspicion of kidnapping 13-year-old Jayme Closs and killing her parents at their home near Barron in October. Investigators say Jayme escaped from a cabin in the town of Gordon where Patterson was holding her Thursday.

    Patterson has no criminal history in Wisconsin. Daphne Ronning told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that Patterson's parents moved to Gordon about 15 years ago.

    She says the parents later moved away but Patterson and his brother continued to use the home. She says she and her husband once caught them siphoning gas. She says her husband spoke with them and they didn't have any further problems.

    Ronning says she didn't know Patterson was living in the house and hadn't seen Jayme around."
     
  12. GoBuckeyes

    GoBuckeyes Well-Known Member

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    That's terrifying!
     
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    Jayme told the woman she had been taken and that someone had killed her parents, Kasinskas said. “She didn’t express any fear fear,” Kasinskas said. “She didn’t say that she was afraid this person was coming after her.”

    The two women waited with Jayme for about 30 minutes for police to arrive.
    The suspect was taken into custody about 10 minutes later. Jayme was able to tell them what car to look for, Kasinskas said.

    Missing WI 13-year-old Jayme Closs found alive; suspect arrested
     
  14. Betty P

    Betty P Well-Known Member

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    If links are accurate, the cabin was pretty small. Perhaps he had some kind of underground cellar w/ trap door?
     
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  15. K9Enzo

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    His elation was genuine. They all worked hard. LE never wants this type of horrindous crime to happen in their community.

    I feel he needs to reign it in some. That’s all. I’m sure those guys standing behind him were a tad bit nervous he was going to give info he shouldn’t.
     
  16. Tippy Lynn

    Tippy Lynn Well-Known Member

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  17. Yellow Rose

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    What does incel stand for?
    Incel stands for "involuntary celibate" – the name assumed by deeply misogynistic men who believe women are to blame for their lack of sexual intimacy. Incels often believe women should be verbally shamed and, in extreme, physically punished with sexual assault, rape or disfigurement. Coming together on internet communities such as Reddit, "incels" categorise society into two camps, the "Chads" (attractive men) and "femoids" or "Stacys" (attractive women who the Chads find attractive).
     
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  18. Waterdog

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    May I ask how? If he made great measures to go undetected then how did some poster here know of his name?
     
  19. Saribella

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    Imagine our elation in the WS community and then amp up the volume by several notches....I think that's about an accurate description of the community in Barron...I can imagine Fitzgerald's elation being more intense since everything went cold with not a clue in sight. I think in a way, it's a sense of relief, as no one knew whether it was random or not and had to go through a day watching their backs 24/7.
     
  20. Bugurl747

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    He is almost 6 foot, he is young, but he looks like a bigger guy. He could very easily intimidate a young, petite, 13 year old girl.
    She was so brave to escape. The courage she must have built up to do so is telling of her character.
     
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