AMBER ALERT WI - Jayme Closs, 13, Barron, missing after parents found shot, 15 Oct 2018 *endangered* #31

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  1. IceIce9

    IceIce9 Well-Known Member

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    I understand. No offense taken. I appreciate the reminder :)
     
  2. jcoast

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    I am pretty sure the sheriff used those words early on..I could be wrong though. After he said that I was waiting for him to say he was 100% certain there was no meth in Baron County. Oh, as far as James kicking the door in...how about a desperate attempt to save his wife
     
  3. MingyMoo

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    Well he wouldn't would he but he may hold the door from inside to stop it from opening inwards.
     
  4. IceIce9

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    Not that the public is aware of, but we don’t know what LE is working on.
     
  5. chili367

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    What's been released is almost certainly (99.9999%) exactly what's in the 911 system. Report prepared by records and released. Messing with this system even for a single call opens a department up to all sorts of legal liability. That's why there are redacted items, not omitted items, in these files when released.
     
  6. Julia966

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    I see. All I was saying is that according to the 911 logs as we know them, a gunshot was not heard on the call. AFAIK, and etc.
     
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  7. jcoast

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    As to the missing gun(guns?)...I always thought the searching was for the gun among other things. Now why would our Ninja- like perps toss the gun so close to the scene with LE only minutes away? Jayme being in the car ties them to the murders...they might as well keep the weapons to shoot it out with LE...or use later on
     
  8. kay74

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    There are alot of people to investigate there. Close to 1K or more?
     
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  9. kay74

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    I'm pretty sure they would know where to search.
     
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  10. cluciano63

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    Okay...so the perp uses Denise’s gun? Am confused. Or was there no perp? I agree, no one could know for sure the gun count in any house in America...
     
  11. cluciano63

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    TE requires that LE provide them with a search area...where do you think this should be? TE does not just come in and search an entire county or two, meter by meter. The same areas that have been searched? Sure, why not? But not until spring, imo.
     
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  12. cluciano63

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    Well LE still has to look. A housewife in TX who murdered her husband some years back, also claiming his guns were stolen, threw them in the yard, where LE soon found them. But I think they looked for any clues, dropped items, Jayme...imo
     
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    Or was Jim going after Jayme and then got shot?
     
  14. Forpsy

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    Agree.
     
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  15. kay74

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    Start with the plant. There are people there that someone, whose post was deleted, should be investigated
     
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    Yes, thank you for looking for it too. I knew I saw it!
     
  17. Rubiconbob

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    If you take town populations...
    3300

    Take away 10 and under 400
    Take away 65 plus..400
    That’s what 2500

    So 1000/2500.. 40 percent chance if local there tied to plant....

    I’d say plant or family circle likely has to be a hit ....

    You’d think...
     
  18. Songbird1973

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    I believe this is the correct quote of what the sheriff said, AND it includes the question he is answering, which makes a difference to me. The question is, in my words, "Why are you doing this search? Is it with the expectation that Jayme's alive (and therefore you are looking for clues to help find her? OR the unspoken question - are you looking for a body?) So the sheriff's answer is "100 percent (we are doing the search on the expectation that Jayme's alive.)

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nbcnews.com/news/amp/ncna922001

    Fitzgerald, asked Wednesday if the search was being done with the expectation that Jayme is still alive, responded: "100 percent. We want to bring Jayme home."
     
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  19. Julia966

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    OK, thank you for the clarification. LE is searching for a live person until evidence points to a homicide. That's different, to me, from saying there's a 100% certainty that she is alive.
     
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  20. Julia966

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    I was thinking that was well. The plant must be the major employer in the area so the chances that whatever happened involves people at the plant is high.
     
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