Found Alive WI - Jayme Closs, 13, Barron, missing after parents found shot, 15 Oct 2018 *Arrest* #36

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  1. MassGuy

    MassGuy The Monsters Ain't The Ones Beneath The Bed

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    It’s entirely possible, and if so, I’m sure they’ll get to the bottom of it soon.

    A medical resident named Anthony Garcia, carried out a series of revenge attacks against former faculty members.

    In one attack, he killed an 11 year old boy, and a housekeeper, who happened to be in the home at the time.

    Law enforcement did a deep dive into his (the boy’s) gaming system, including interviewing people he had played with.

    Ultimately it turned up nothing, but if she played games, I’m confident they would have explored that angle.
     
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  2. Waterdog

    Waterdog Well-Known Member

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    Wouldn’t there be a digital trail of communication while gaming?
     
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  3. katydid23

    katydid23 Verified Juanette

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    Kia, it is good to hear from younger people here. Thank you.

    What are the games that a 13 yr old girl might play, that have a chat forum capability?
     
  4. krkrjx

    krkrjx The answer is blowin' in the wind.

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    It might be easier for Jayme to reaclimate living in a small town. People know and care about each other in small towns. I just hope Jayme is able to take the initiative to ask for what she needs. If she can do that, she will be able to come to terms with all that has happened and move forward.
     
  5. ilovepierre

    ilovepierre One day, the lost will be found

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    Fortnite?
    It's pretty popular among the teens right now.

    IMO
     
  6. Waterdog

    Waterdog Well-Known Member

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    Wouldn’t that be something.
     
  7. Karinna

    Karinna Well-Known Member

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    No problem it's probably me LOL, and yes that is a good question and will be interesting if we find out what kind of online presence he did have if any? I would think a 21 year old would have though these days.
     
  8. Blueberry2720

    Blueberry2720 Well-Known Member

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    Another article with some "new" content I haven't seen. I especially liked the part regarding Jayme reuniting with family. Sweet. Snipped by me; link at bottom.

    "Saturday afternoon, the day after seeing the 13-year-old granddaughter he feared might be gone forever, Robert “Grandpa Red” Naiberg pulled a green ribbon off the mailbox in front of his house in Cornell, not far from Barron.

    Earlier, he had taken the “Bring” off a sign that used to read: “Bring Jayme Home.”

    After spending three months worrying about her — bringing back an ulcer, he said — Naiberg could rest easy. Finally, he knew his granddaughter was safe.

    He saw the girl the night before when family gathered at Jayme’s aunt and uncle’s home to shower her with love.

    They saw the bedroom that had been newly refurnished and decorated for her. They saw her dog, Molly, nestle into her arms.

    They saw her smile and even laugh.


    “I was happily surprised,” said her cousin Robie Smith. “She seemed happy, obviously, to be around family.”

    They were careful not to push Jayme for details of what she’d endured, or exactly how she had escaped. There will be plenty of time when Jayme is ready.

    “We don’t know a whole lot,” Naiberg said. “Nobody’s pressing her.”

    But they do know they are proud of the strength their petite girl has shown. They knew she had it in her.

    “She’s the one that deserves the reward,” Naiberg said. “I’m proud of her for doing it. Very proud. It took some spunk for her to do it.”

    Naiberg expects Jayme to visit him soon. He’ll give her the Christmas present that he bought for her, purchased with the conviction that she would come home."

    Chance encounter on a back road cracked the Jayme Closs case
     
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  9. Inthedetails

    Inthedetails Well-Known Member

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    editing...had incorrect info.
     
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  10. ArizonaNative

    ArizonaNative Active Member

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    I actually think he saw her somewhere like Rice Lake, close to her town, close to his town where people would go for Walmart and other shopping, maybe at a dance studio there...
     
  11. kiaatcher

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    Not sure, I used to go on karaoke and music video apps like @MassGuy mentioned, but nowadays there's Tik Tok and Musically. All of these apps have mass amounts of creeps who know how to manipulate young girls, and I know that if I didn't have older friends online I probably would have fell for it at 13. Any game on Steam has chatting capabilities, I made some friends on there and we were all Jayme's age. Nowadays probably Fortnite or PUBG.
    Jayme doesn't seem like someone who would play online games but I could be wrong.
     
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  12. tmar

    tmar Well-Known Member

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    What you went through, and are reminded here, is horrid.:(:(
    Thank goodness you had the support of the AG, and you were successful.:):)
    It looks as if it is your courage that got you through your case.
    So pleased you are here to post.
    MOO.
     
  13. Waterdog

    Waterdog Well-Known Member

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    100X this.
     
  14. Bravo

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    You may be right. With stalker types we do know a simple innocent smile can give a sicko the impression they fantasize about.
     
  15. klind55

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    He may be in call of duty type games but he could have also done games like minecraft if he was "looking" for someone.
     
  16. Bravo

    Bravo Well-Known Member

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    I cant believe I am up this late. Off I go. Be safe all.
     
  17. Rubiconbob

    Rubiconbob Well-Known Member

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    No clue... with this guy could be anything.
    I did see home is kinda big / 5 bedroom with detached garage....

    If it’s enclave spaced out of 20 homes and half summer homes it’s almost logical she wasn’t found. He had to be doing something... didn’t know meth was more expensive than cocaine, but everyone in Barron does, who knew..

    Think about the other brother, he’s in Colorado working at subway, you think he’s floating boat for jake and not Erik?? That family must have had large incidents before divorce and nobody patched it back together
     
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  18. katydid23

    katydid23 Verified Juanette

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    I wondered if she might like Musically. I think she was very much into dancing, cheer and entertainment. So I wondered if she might like singing etc too. I know that my daughter was freaked out about the creepy types that were able to talk to her young friend, pretending to be interested in their 'music.'

    Also, living in a small town her whole life, she might have wanted to talk to people online. My nieces grew up in a rural area and were way too much into meeting boys online, from the 'city' an hour away.

    But I imagine that anyone she spoke to could be traced electronically? I just dont know much about these games these days because my kids are grown.


    ETA: Apparently, 'Musically' has closed as an app because of all of the concerned parents and the pervs who were messaging the young children, asking for phone numbers and pictures

    The NEW improved version is 'TIK TOK' 13 yr old minimum age---but younger are still taking part
     
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  19. Waterdog

    Waterdog Well-Known Member

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    Indeed. I hope the ‘how’ is forthcoming.
     
  20. kkdj

    kkdj Well-Known Member

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    If he was into gaming, maybe Jayme started gaming with him post kidnapping and developed what he thought was a bond with her. This might be a way she developed him trusting her so she wasn't bound so much. idk...just a thought.
     
  21. klind55

    klind55 Well-Known Member

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    There was no property change!!

    Documents show mortgage of cabin released following abduction
     
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