CrimeJayme Closs is 'traumatized,' woman who helped Wisconsin teen to safety says

21:05  11 january  2019
21:05  11 january  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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Investigators say Jayme apparently vanished just after the shootings and is in danger. An Amber Alert was issued for her Monday, and the FBI has added her The log does not indicate who made the 911 call, who was yelling or what was being yelled. Closs ' parents were shot and their deaths have been

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GORDON, Wis. — When Jeanne Nutter saw a young girl walking toward her yelling for help Thursday afternoon, she said instincts from her career as a social worker kicked in.

“I went to her and she just sort of grabbed onto me and she told me who she was. I’ve been a social worker my whole life. I was in child protection, so I believe my CPS personality just turned on,” Nutter told USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin. “My goal was to get her someplace safe, to call 911.”

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Jayme Closs , 13, was taken from her home early Monday, authorities said . The morning Denise and James Closs were shot dead in their Wisconsin home, someone dialed 911 from Their 13-year-old daughter, Jayme Closs , was believed to be home at the time of the killings but had been abducted by

Jayme Closs , a 13-year-old girl from Barron, Wisconsin is the subject of an Amber Alert that was issued after her parents were found deceased. Diane Tremblay, the administrator of the Barron Area School District, said in a news conference that Jayme Closs is a “sweet girl who is a loyal friend and

Nutter sought help from neighbors in the Eau Claire Acres neighborhood because she wasn’t sure who else was with Jayme or where they went.

“I didn’t know where the perpetrator of this was and she wasn’t sure either, so I just went to a couple places trying to find people,” she said.

They ended up at the home of a neighbor who works as a teacher. Nutter banged on the door and told her neighbor to call 911 because she believed she had Jayme Closs.

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Wisconsin teen Jayme Closs has been missing since October 15, when her parents were found Jayme 's aunts have pleaded for information about the teen . Speaking at a press conference on Jennifer Smith said that she missed Jayme 's giggles, and held up the teen 's favorite iced coffee for

A Wisconsin sheriff made a plea Thursday for volunteers help in the search for a missing teenager whose parents were found dead in their home this week.

Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald announced that Jayme Closs was located Thursday afternoon. A suspect was taken into custody shortly after, Fitzgerald said.

When asked how she feels about what happened now that she’s had some time to process it, Nutter choked up a bit.

“I’m just so glad that she’s safe.”

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Nutter said Closs appeared to be physically fine, but in shock.

“She’s a traumatized child. I believe she was just maybe in shock,” she said.

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More: Missing Wisconsin girl: What we know about Jayme Closs ' disappearance. Officials reported that the "male who is down" answered the door, but it is unclear if that means he answered the door for the She said the whole community is on edge and “stuck in limbo” as they await more information.

Jayme Closs , 13, has been found alive in Douglas County, Wisconsin . The teen went missing from her home in mid-October The Barron County Sheriff’s Department confirmed Thursday evening that Closs has been located in Douglas County, and a suspect arrested in connection to her disappearance.

Nutter retired as a social worker with Child Protective Services, but still works as an advisor to the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s social work program. She and her husband live south of Eau Claire and have a cabin outside of Gordon. They arrived at their cabin Thursday to get away for a few days.

She said she’s thankful her dog, Henry — who she described as a goofy golden retriever — wanted to go for a walk.

“I’m just happy that she’s safe. I feel like it’s sort of a miracle that she’s still alive. I’m glad my dog wanted to go for a walk and we did and there she was,” she said. “My goal was to get her to a safe place and I did. The police were amazing.”

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Jayme Closs kidnapping suspect decided to take teen after seeing her get off a school bus, complaint says.
Jayme Closs’ kidnapping suspect began his plot to abduct the 13-year-old girl from his Wisconsin home after seeing her get on a school bus and deciding that “he knew that was the girl he was going to take,” the criminal complaint revealed Monday. Jake Thomas Patterson, 21, told authorities he spotted Closs for the first time after he stopped behind a school bus on Highway 8 while he was driving to work at the Saputo Cheese Factory, where he worked for only two days. He didn’t provide a specific reason why the 13-year-old was his selected target and the complaint doesn't provide a date for the chance encounter.

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