Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by JerseyGirl, Oct 15, 2018.
And if they are involved in something like this it's as an accomplice to a male. Generally
I wonder if they will postpone today's press conference until after tomorrow's search??
2000 people is such a large number...i could be wrong but that doesn't seem like a routine, just in case we missed anything kind of search. That seems like a number they put out if they have very reasonable suspicion to believe they will find something in that area. JMO
3317 according to google
New Location for the Gathering of Hope for Jayme tonight.
Barron County Sheriff's Department
Chris Fitzgerald on Twitter
Barron County Sheriff's Department
I haven't heard that; I've searched, but did not turn up anything. Perhaps you confused this headline to mean something else? Vigil planned for missing Wisconsin teen, unseen for a week
RIGHT NOW: Got this low flying military chopper doing circles in the general vicinity of #JaymeCloss family home in Barron. #findjayme #findjaymecloss
Paul Blume on Twitter
*video at link
How many does the football stadium hold?
They must be expecting a large crowd.
I hope they pack the arena.
the town actually has just over 3,000 people according to a 2017 report. So considering that, this search is a BIG deal. I bet they have significant leads to this area and expect to find something.
Right. If there were an MSM report, we would've known about it here (and talked about it for several threads). Sounds like either a misunderstanding or a rumor.
Moving on to what is happening in/around Hungry Hollow.
And, unfortunately, after a week and if she was murdered shortly after the double homicide committed at the home, there would be an odor in the air that would be unmistakable. I hate writing that, as it's the last thing I want to happen. But, it's the first thing I thought of when I read the number of volunteers, etc., and the length of time since the crime.
Before I start digging too deep of a hole during my short lunch break, can I ask my fellow sleuthers if there have been any new devlepments or theories since the thread reopened this morning?
Given the volume of threads and posts in this case, I hope I’m not out of line for asking for a quick update before I can properly look through the backlog tonight.
Happy to the provide a similar recap or update later this week if necessary. I know keeping up with this thread was pretty draining for me this past weekend, and hope we can support one another to keep up with it as we enter week 2 of the investigation.
From 100 people for a 14 mile stretch to 2000? What has changed? This is a massive logistical undertaking IMO. Just to check in 2000 people is going to require a lot of people (check ID's, write their names down, etc.).
If there are 2,000 volunteers and they are spaced three feet apart in one line it is well over a mile long. The proximity to the Twin Cities will bring a number of retired people to assist. I can't help but wonder if the large number of volunteers will be a source of possible suspect(s) that have come to "volunteer" just to try to find out what is happening in the investigation.
Someone mentioned earlier that a lot of stupid and crazy things can happen during a crime. This is something a longtime friend said who was an attorney whose father was a County Attorney after the war. He also famously said, "It is crazy and that is why it is called crazy and frequently they are acts committed by crazy people."
Thank you for that google image. (You probably should provide a direct link, per WS TOS).
To me, this seems like a good possibility of an escape route. Take this to intersect eventually with a road. Head to Hungry Hollow?
My thought is a sad one. If there is a chopper and 2000 people going to be searching, they are looking for a body, not a living person. Not a rescue.
Edited, chopper mention from the Paul Blume Twitter feed. Paul Blume (@PaulBlume_FOX9) | Twitter
I sure hope you are right. I wonder if they are planning on searching all possible roads in the vicinity for evidence and need more people to divide up for a longer search area than the 14 miles previously searched on HWY 8?
This is a town that wants their girl back and their safety back. I'm tearing up a bit, I admit.
If abduction was never the desired outcome, it makes sense that she would be killed quickly. jmo
ETA May I add, sadly...