Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by JerseyGirl, Oct 15, 2018.
I hope they can compare the background yelling on the 911 call to someone saying "down the hill."
This tells us a lot. It’s likely that the killer knocked on the door, and shot the father when he opened it. He entered, shooting the mother. Perhaps she was the one who called 911, and not Jayme.
No one knocks on your door at that time of night, so she may have had her phone in her hand as her husband went to answer it.
He killed her before she had the chance to provide information.
Or Jayme could have called. Either way, they weren’t killed in their beds (atleast both of them) as I otherwise thought.
I tell the same to granddaughter. I also told her if someone with bad intent approaches us and we’re alone hiking, her job is to run and get help. Grammy will give them what for. She didn’t like the idea of leaving her grandma so she asked, “what if I have a stick?” I told her to run anyways but of course my mind wander off to pointy sticks and Monty Python. We don’t hike alone anymore but if we did, Grammy might be packin’
I’m so worried about Jayme. I was hoping she had escaped and hiding but as time passes, my hope fades. Praying for her, her family and friends.
I’m less than an hour south of Barron. The area is cabin country. There are many hunting cabins as well as lake cabins. Not necessary to drive to a bigger city to hide. Very scary thought but she could be somewhere not that easy to be found.
It snowed a few days ago but none of it stuck around. The ground is essentially dry again. I don’t think there’s much chance of prints unless the driveway is dirt or something. I was out in the grass with my dog (early) last night in moccasins and they didn’t get wet.
[thanks for the welcome, I’ve been here a long time I just didn’t post! ]
You got it, I betcha....... Someone wanted to possess that girl real bad.
Perhaps this is when the door was open as the dad was found in the doorway.
I think the dad was the last one shot, in the open doorway and that's why the 2nd shot was louder.....the door was open and dad was in it.
Yes, just like Shasta Groene- none of the family had ever heard of the man that murdered their family and kidnapped her and her brother Dylan.
For all of you who have been around awhile, if this guy took Jayme with the idea of having her/wanting her...is he more likely to keep her alive, or use her and get rid of her? I know that's a callous way of saying it, but what is the more typical scenario?
It could also explain why one shot (outside) was louder than the other (inside).
Also great advice. It perhaps goes against natural instincts to stay close to your loved ones, but running away and summoning help is far more likely to save a life than the alternative.
The same goes for a situation where your family is being held captive. If one person escapes, the odds are in favor of everyone surviving.
I've seen it turn out both ways.
Good catch. Definitely going back to re-read these articles again.
Exactly. And if it’s too hot to stay in Wisconsin, there are innumerable places to drive to in either Minnesota or the UP where it’s very easy to disappear.
Agree. Plus we can probably eliminate a 2 man job plus a voluntary scenario since someone would have closed the door. Jmo
This is such a small town it seems to me whoever killed the parents and took Jayme had to have seen her prior to this fatal night. I mean what are the odds someone would just happen across a home in the boonies and murder 2 parents and take their teen daughter on a whim?
But surely they know who the cell phone belonged to. The logical conclusion would be that's who made the call.
There’s always hope. But...This guy has killed already, and the heat is quickly rising. Right now, in his mind, no one can identify him, except for the victim of course.
He basically has no reason to release her, unless he desires spending the rest of his life in jail.
The fear is that at some point, he will find her disposable.
LE is running out of time until that happens, unless it has already happened.
We had a triple homicide happen in our town on New Year's Eve, just before my 12th birthday. You can bet we were scared to death. My poor best friend was babysitting down the street from where it happened, there were cop cars all over the place, and they checked out the yard and around the house she was babysitting at for the suspects. My poor father got stuck at the Chinese restaurant that he was picking up for our annual NYE midnight dinner and had to stay there with all the other patrons, until everyone was questioned and the cops were satisfied that none of them were the suspects- poor man didn't get home until 2 AM. At that time, we didn't know what was going on and we were scared as my Dad should have been home at 11:30 PM the latest. When we called the cops to ask if there was any accidents on the road, we were told no, but that there was a situation going on in the part of town he was in and that he might be held up at the restaurant because of it. The restaurant wasn't allowed to answer their phones, and no one was allowed to make any phone calls to home. Indeed, all of us kids were scared to death, as one of the victims wasn't much older than us. Famous case, unfortunately, and to this day, I lock every door and window up, out of fear of such a thing happening again. You never forget something like this, ever.
What's even worse, years later, they determined that the suspects meant to rob a different home and went to theirs instead. If only they had left on time, they wouldn't have been victims, but they were held up for some reason and were ready to leave their home when the invasion happened. They didn't know the victims. Sad, sad story.