Jayme Closs reunited during sanatorium with aunt

BARRON COUNTY (WKOW) — Jayme Closs has been reunited with her aunt, Jennifer Naiberg Smith, currently during a hospital, according to Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald.

The family common a print currently of a reunion.

She will be reunited with other family members by tomorrow, Fitzgerald said.

During a Friday afternoon news conference, Fitzgerald pronounced the Douglas County male indicted of abduction Jayme Closs and murdering her relatives had done endless skeleton to kidnap a Barron County teen.

Jake Thomas Patterson, 21, from Gordon, Wisconsin, was prisoner by Douglas County deputies Thursday shortly after Closs was found alive. Patterson was prisoner formed on a outline of his car that Closs gave to a sheriff’s office.

Closs had been blank given Oct 15, when her relatives were found murdered in their home in Barron. Authorities have spent a past 88 days acid for her.

“The think had specific intentions to kidnap Jayme, and went to good lengths to ready to take her,” Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald pronounced in a Friday afternoon news conference.

At this time, zero in this box shows a Patterson knew anyone during a Closs home or had hit with anyone in a Closs family before to a attack. Fitzgerald contend it was not famous how Patterson became wakeful of Closs, though that there was no amicable media connection.

Fitzgerald pronounced investigators recovered a shotgun that is unchanging with a one used to fire open a doorway of a Closs home a night of a murders and afterwards used to kill Jayme Closs’s parents.

Patterson was not home during a time Closs escaped, and he seemed to be out looking for her when military came on him and took him into custody, according to Fitzgerald.

Patterson is approaching to make an initial coming by video during 3:30 p.m., Monday, Jan. 14.

 

 

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