Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by JerseyGirl, Oct 15, 2018.
In all fairness, I did make it quite clear that LE said the Monte Carlo wasn't connected.
Link to the article please?
The only new article I found today was reporting on the neighbor across the street who was arrested for meth (rest of article is behind a paywall):
Defendant lived near crime scene, arrested after search
I have no link but thought I read the credit card problem was in 2017.
I'd say it already is a cold case, sadly.
Where did you see anything about a Monte Carlo?
Yet, they haven’t announced they aren’t looking for red challenger to the public that they asked to be on lookout and report. So I don’t trust that just because they once said they cleared the Monte Carlo, that that fact has not changed as well. Now, if they announced that the challenger was cleared because it had an alibi I might not think this way. But suddenly it’s a different red car. As if some evidence has arisen to suggest this. LE is under no obligation to report any of the reasoning behind these things, of course.
Or a red mustang?
Now THAT really is interesting ! Wish I could read it. Grrrrr.
ETA: Can anyone get past that paywall and tell us what this article says ?!
Do you have a link that it is not connected? I apologize if I missed something.
Well now that's interesting. I wonder why? Maybe they found it and the driver and car was cleared? But if they know which Challenger they were looking for why ask for the publics help. Strange case in every way.
This is all I can copy. It refers to the fact that crimes were uncovered when locals were questioned in the aftermath of the murders and Jaymes disappearance.
Someone posted a trick in these threads earlier but I don't think I'm allowed to repost that info. If I'm looking at it right, there is not much more to the article. Here's my summary of the rest: Two DCI agents interviewed the neighbor the day after the shootings at the Closs home. While there the agents noticed evidence of meth use and he admitted to having used some meth 2 months prior to that. The agents came back with a search warrant and found two plastic bags with meth residue, three glass meth pipes and a small bag of marijuana. That's all I can see of the article.
Closs case enters new phase
Was told this article may have some new info but behind a pay wall unable to bypass it
I cannot stay caught up this week.
Am I understanding that last week the Sheriff stated that they are just now going through internet and phone data? And now he's not sure what make and model of car they are looking for?
I must have this wrong.
None of which actually proves that she was the main target all along, even though she was taken. It is possible she was. But it isn't a certainty, by any means. You talk of other cases. There are other cases I have been aware of where a home invasion turned in to a sexual assault, even though that wasn't the original purpose of the home invasion. If that is what happened to Jayme, then it is possible they didn't kill here there - not out of a sense of wanting to spare her, but out of a need to not leave behind DNA. And if that is the case, they also wouldn't leave her somewhere where she could be easily found.
All I'm saying is that we shouldn't be so single-minded as to assume that just because Jayme was taken, then it automatically means she was the original intended target. She may have been. BUT - she may not have been.
If ever there was someone who fit the bill...wow ! Sure would explain such a quick get away, wouldn't it ?
Between this and the wonky Google addresses...I really wonder about a wrong address scenario.
You can go to the link and then Right-click and choose View Source. When the Source tab is loaded scroll down to about line 1500 and you should be able to read the article contents.