The Wisconsin man who admitted kidnapping a 13-year-old girl after killing her parents was sentenced today.
Jayme Closs, the Barron County teen who was abducted for 88 days before escaping her captor and finding help, is being honored before the Wisconsin Assembly Wednesday as a hometown hero.
Many from the community rallied together Saturday at Barron High School to put on a fundraiser in support of Jayme Closs and her family.
The criminal complaint sheds new light Jake Patterson’s actions surrounding the abduction of Jayme Closs.
As Jayme Closs settles back in at home in Barron after her kidnapping, people across the country are showing their support.
Jayme went missing October 15th. Her parents were found shot to death in their home in Barron.
Stories like Jayme Closs’s are rare and endings like hers are even rarer. Still, one survivor who can relate said she wants Jayme to know she’s not alone.
The Barron Area School District is focusing on recovery, just as 13-year-old Jayme Closs’ family is.
Patterson seemed polite and quiet to those who knew him.
An Antigo mother is gaining new hope that her daughter will be found after the recent discovery of Jayme Closs.
Since Jayme Closs came home, her family has seen an outpouring of support, whether its through welcome signs throughout Barron or efforts to raise money for her family.
The family of Jayme Closs has released new photos showing the teenager’s first weekend back home with her family.
Beers and Smart said Jayme should be able to live a happy and fulfilling life as long as she’s surrounded by a supportive and loving family.