Attorneys for a man accused of kidnapping a Wisconsin teenager and killing her parents are acknowledging his confession could present a problem in his defense.
Authorities are deciding what to do with a $50,000 reward for information about 13-year-old Jayme Closs, after the couple who called 911 after Closs was found said they do not want the reward.
Latest: News 18 has talked to Jayme’s aunt Jennifer Smith who says her family is relieved Jayme has been found. Smith said she is hopeful
Reports that Jayme Closs was found Thursday afternoon are false, according to Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald.
Jayme Closs remains missing, now nearly three months after her parents were found murdered in their rural Barron home.
A central Wisconsin trucking company is hoping to help find missing Barron County teen Jayme Closs.
The Barron community is trying to hold onto the light, during a dark time. On Wednesday night, a special tree was lit for Jayme Closs, as those from Barron hold onto the hope that she’ll come home safe.
Closs went missing the night of October 15, the same night her parents were found shot dead in their rural Barron home.
Barron (WQOW) – Jayme Closs has now been missing for nearly two months, and the Barron County sheriff wanted everyone to know finding her is
The 30 person investigative team from the Barron County Sheriff’s Office, the FBI, and the Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation is now in the process of retracing their steps.
Investigators believe Jayme was abducted. They still don’t know whether she was the target of the Oct. 15 attack at her home near Barron, where James and Denise Closs were fatally shot.
The FBI has renewed its plea to hunters to keep an eye out for missing Barron teen Jayme Closs.