Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by JerseyGirl, Oct 15, 2018.
Thank you. I figured it was LE, but with this case you just never know. Lol.
The thick plotens.
You are reading it right. That is the first I've heard/read about James' phone. That would clear some questions providing it was correctly quoted be the news
Keep in mind it could have been something within the house that was targeted and not a person. Jayme could have been taken to throw off the investigation.
Just a question, could some electronic device have been planted in their home w/o their knowledge, possibly something that interferes with casino operations?
was just going to post this it is some new information.
Wisconsin police baffled by Jayme Closs disappearance one month after parents' murder
This is interesting I don't know it we ever saw "bullet holes" in the door i wonder if they had a local guy on scene that got a better look at it or some footage that hasn't been publicly shown or if they are taking license with what we saw.
Haven't seen any pics of the main door, only full-glass storm outer door.
If reporters did see it, and were asked to withhold from public, it must be frustrating that it's coming out. These details help them quickly discern if someone was there/saw it first-hand, or not.
Last thing they need is weirdos falsely confessing, or pointing the finger at innocent people.
Isn't James' cell still missing?
Just wondering if anyone knows. They say that they don't know who made the call. I am not sure how fingerprint testing goes but I'm wondering if the last person who touched it would leave the strongest impression.
here another tidbit i guess it's open to interpretation but to me it implies Jim was home at 10pm.
I remember seeing that a family member told a reporter that the door was shot in. That is the only time I can recall hearing about the door. It hasn't been mentioned again so I just discounted it.
Great info. But as you pointed out, no info on Wisconsin. If the state did mandate it, Barron would have to have it. But the question as you said is, do they.
James phone was never "missing" they just had never mentioned it one way or the other, but the article linked below seemed to suggest they have it.
FBI examining more video in search for Wisconsin teen
Hunting. Fishing. Plenty of beer,
My hubby said a coworker was complaining to his wife once that his feet where freezing when he went hunting. Why did she not pack his wool socks.
She said she packed them in his gun case. Lol
Interesting a lot of information has been released for the first time this week in various stories in the last 3 days. I don't think any of it is necessarily a game change, but it is good to have more info.
I don't see why not? I text all the time with family just to say, "hey call me later" or sometimes I text a question and they reply, "can't text now I'll call you later" (one of my friends has this as a Siri activated auto message if she is driving and someone texts-- not sure how that works but the phone knows when it's in a moving car). Also, Denise has two sisters. We don't know if she texted and spoke on the phone to the same one. JMO.
I feel like possibly 1 and 4 combined. Or possibly 7. An acquaintance they had only met once or twice.
If these new articles are to be trusted - new information:
1.) James, Jayme, and Denise were at home at 10 pm
2.) All three of their phones are in LEs hands
3.) Front door shot
4.) Denise's cell phone was closer to her body than James
This is all extremely helpful to finally know!
I didn't ever doubt though that a perp took Denise's phone, disconnected the call and threw it...interesting though that the officer says it might have been 'kicked' instead
And some more information related to the scope of the investigation
FBI examines more video in search for Jayme Closs
No, Jayme is not!