Jayme's aunt, Jennifer Smith, posted on Facebook on Saturday, writing: "Jayme had a pretty good night sleep it was great to know she was next to me all night what a great feeling to have her home". The organizer tells 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS it's to help Jayme recover and maybe help with college tuition.
Jayme's cousin, Angela De Andriano, is managing the gofundme account Jayme is Home - Help Heal her Heart.
Another aunt, Sue Naiberg Allard, posted that Jayme got "the most awaited hug ever" when she returned home.
"Crazy up and down thoughts", Helman said. As a family we will get through all of the healing process Jayme has.
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The sheriff also said that Patterson worked in the same Jennie-O turkey plant as Jayme's parents for less than two days over three years ago.
Tremblay said she and her administration's hope is that Closs can have a "beautiful childhood". If you'd like to send a card or well wishes to Jayme, a group set up a PO Box for the public.
Douglas County Sheriff Tom Dalbec says his office received a 911 call at about 4:30 p.m. saying Jayme Closs had been located.
Closs emerged from some woods in Wisconsin on Thursday appealing for help from locals, who kept her safe at a house until police arrived.
Fitzgerald said he was not yet aware of any plans for a community gathering to welcome Jayme home. "She said that this person usually hides her or hides her when others are near, or when he has to leave the household". Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald says Patterson extensively plotted the attack to the point where he shaved his head to avoid leaving forensic evidence behind.
A woman who has a cabin nearby was walking along the isolated road when she saw Jayme on the cold evening, just about dusk, without a coat or gloves. James Kuffel, the township's lone constable, said he knows nearly everyone in the area but has never encountered the Pattersons.
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Roseanna Forcum and her friend, 21-year-old April Nicole Geyer, disappeared after attending a party in St. Paul in mid-August 1998. "They've been in foster care", Osborne said. No one pressed her to talk, he said, adding that Federal Bureau of Investigation agents and doctors advised them to let her speak when she's ready.
He may have worked at another business in Barron but that hasn't been confirmed, the sheriff said.
Kasinskas said she taught Patterson science in middle school, but added: "I don't really remember a ton about him".
Since her return to safety, the teen has been reunited with her aunt and "is doing as well as circumstances allow", Fitzgerald said.
Over the past few months, detectives pursued thousands of tips, watched dozens of surveillance videos and conducted numerous searches for Closs, including one that drew 2000 volunteers but yielded no clues. Smart was rescued nine months later after witnesses recognised her abductors on an America's Most Wanted episode.
The search for her started with a mysterious 911 call from the cellphone of her mother, who was found shot to death with her father in their Wisconsin home.
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