At the press conference, Baron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald alleged the suspect planned the crime and that "Jayme was the only target", and that Patterson allegedly went to the home for the goal of kidnapping Jayme and had no prior contact with the parents.
"She's coming home", said Jennifer Naiberg, Closs' aunt and godmother.
The neighbor shouted, "This is Jayme Closs!". As of 4 p.m. Friday, she had been reunited with some of her family, with more reunions to follow.
He acknowledged that Jayme may not be the same person she was before she disappeared. She was found in Gordon, 66 miles from her home.
A Wisconsin couple is describing the dramatic moments when a neighbor pounded on their door to say she had stumbled across Jayme Closs, a 13-year-old girl who had been missing almost three months.
Special Agent R Justin Tolomeo of the Milwaukee FBI said "it is an incredible day", and spoke about how challenging the case was "given the steps the suspect took" to hide both himself and Closs. Fitzgerald said he didn't know whether Patterson owned the home there or whether it was the only location where he had allegedly held the girl.
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A woman who helped a Wisconsin girl who'd been missing for three months following her parents' deaths says the girl told her she'd been held against her will. They said he planned the kidnapping and used a shotgun to kill her parents.
Kasinskas said Jayme looked thinner, "unkempt" and was wearing men's shoes. Jayme was nowhere to be found.
Kasinskas tells NBC's "Today Show" that Jayme talked about being locked up or hidden when the person had to leave, but that the girl didn't detail how she got away.
It's unclear how the suspect knew Jayme, Fitzgerald said.
The woman who was the first to encounter a missing Wisconsin girl who vanished after her parents were killed says the teen called out to her for help, said she was lost and grabbed onto her before telling her who she was. "I can't wait to get my arms around her". She was rescued nine months later with the help of two witnesses who recognized her abductors from an "America's Most Wanted" episode.
Ms Nutter said she did not want to take Jayme to her nearby home because it was too close to where she had been found, and she did not want them to be alone. "It's the news we've been waiting on for three months".
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Jayme went missing on October 15, the day her parents, James Closs, 56, and Denise Closs, 46, were found shot to death at the family's home near Barron, Wis., a town about 75 miles northeast of Minneapolis. The girl confirmed she was indeed Jayme Closs.
Police did not know what happened or the motive for the killings, and a murder weapon was not recovered, according to USA media reports at the time. Closs approached her and told her that she needed help.
Jayme had been missing since October 15.
Fitzgerald said in November that he kept similar cases in the back of his mind as he worked to find Jayme, including the abduction of Elizabeth Smart, who was 14 when she was taken from her Salt Lake City home in 2002. Jayme was missing and an AMBER Alert was issued for her. Jayme was taken to a hospital for an evaluation. The Barron County Sheriff's Department has scheduled a news conference Friday morning.
Jayme had been missing since October 15, when police discovered someone had broken into her family's home in Barron, killed her parents and apparently abducted her. The place where she was found is a little more than an hour's drive to the north.
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