Douglas County prosecutors say they do not anticipate filing additional charges in the immediate future against 21-year-old Jake Patterson, the western Wisconsin man suspected of kidnapping 13-year-old Jayme Closs and killing her parents three months ago.
A company that had offered a reward for information leading to kidnapped United States teenager says it now hopes to give the money directly to the 13-year-old who managed to escape her abductor.
Fruehauf says his office can charge Patterson at any time within the statute of limitations for crimes prosecutors believe he committed in their county. The girl's parents had worked for a local turkey plant operated by Jennie-O Turkey Store, which is a Hormel subsidiary.
A criminal complaint says Patterson told investigators he saw Jayme getting on a school bus near her home and made a decision to abduct her.
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"On behalf of the Barron County Sheriff's Department and all the law enforcement agencies that assisted in this case, we would like to thank Jennie-O for their support and assistance during this case", Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said in a statement.
He told authorities, according to the criminal complaint, which was published by the Green Bay Press-Gazette, that he spotted the girl when he stopped behind a school bus in Barron County and watched her board the vehicle. Three months later, on January 10, Closs escaped her abductor's secluded home and approached a woman walking her dog for help.
The complaint said Patterson went to the Closs home October 15 with the intent to abduct Jayme and with plans to kill if necessary. He then grabbed Jayme and fled. She saw someone driving up their driveway and alerted her parents.
Patterson allegedly kept Closs locked inside his Gordon home.
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The Kasinskas told CNN that they did not want the reward money "because she got herself out".
Patterson was arrested soon afterward. While we are still mourning the loss of longtime family members Jim and Denise, we are so thankful for Jayme's courageous escape and that she is back in Barron.
Patterson drove her about an hour's drive away to his cabin in Gordon and told her that "nobody was to know she was there or bad things would happen to her".
Jayme's aunts and other family members celebrated her safe return this month.
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