Criminal complaint: Suspect says "I did it"

Criminal complaint: Suspect says

Criminal complaint: Suspect says "I did it"

"The sermon, they say you gotta preach with the Bible in one hand and the paper in the other", Pastor Matthews said. The call lasted for less than one minute before somebody hung up.

Jayme Closs is seen in an undated photo released October 15, 2018, by the Barron County Sheriff's Department.

Patterson was charged on Monday.

Fitzgerald said that he did not believe there was a connection between Patterson and the Closs family, and there was no social media contact or digital footprint connecting them. "So, we're looking for receipts, where the suspect may have been over the last 88 days".

Sheriff Fitzgerald said that the case was still very active and that he could not share details of what Patterson had told authorities.

After the chilling murders, police were unable to recover a single fingerprint.

They called 911, and Jayme provided a description of Patterson's vehicle.

"She's a survivor. Yes".

"Everyone should be giving her as much time and space as she needs because she's just been through the most traumatic experience anyone in their life could experience", Smart said on "Good Morning America" Monday. "She kept saying, 'I'm Jayme, I'm Jayme'".

Patterson worked at Saputo Cheese Factory for just two days before quitting. But investigators have ruled it out as a link, labelling it as being too tenuous.

"We are so grateful and so thankful that our town's daughter has come home", Pastor Floyd Lunde said.

"That there is a potential of somebody out there who commits acts of violence and takes your children".

Aunts, cousins and more of her family members will be in court in Wisconsin when Patterson makes his first court appearance, family member Angela De Andriano told CNN.

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Voted "quietest person in class" during high school, he appears to have remained similarly estranged from his peers and society after graduation.

Prosecutors are expected to formally charge 21-year-old Jake Patterson with kidnapping and murder; Matt Finn reports from the courthouse in Barron, Wisconsin.

The complaint says Patterson used his father's 12-gauge Mossberg shotgun because it is commonly used and he thought it would be more hard to trace.

The double-storey house had a trampoline in the backyard and a disused boat covered in tarps in the yard.

PEOPLE has obtained an image of the remote Wisconsin cabin where authorities allege Jayme Closs was held before her rescue on Thursday - almost three months after she went missing and her parents were found murdered.

That woman happened to be Jeanne Nutter, a former child protection worker.

Smart added that on top of the trauma Jayme has experienced, she does not have to let it define who she becomes.

"She looked thin", Nutter said.

"I believe it's a message to us here in Barron and people all over, you can't overestimate the power of prayer", Robinson said. The woman says the girl begged her for help, saying Patterson had been hiding her in a nearby cabin and that she had escaped when he left her alone.

"The defendant stated when he saw J.L.C., he knew that was the girl he was going to take".

"When she wants information, we'll give it to her; and when she wants to tell us things, we'll take it from her", he said.

Investigators believe Patterson planned to abduct Jayme but say they don't know what led him to target her.

Patterson has no criminal history in Wisconsin.

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