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.
The Barron County Sheriff’s Office is looking for volunteers to help search for evidence in the Jayme Closs case for the second time. This time with far more people.
Community members gathered in hope of the safe return of Jayme Closs.
During a press conference on Monday afternoon, Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald identified vehicles of interest in the case of missing teen Jayme Closs.
A Gathering of Hope event is scheduled for Jayme Closs.
It’s been seven days, and 13-year-old Jayme Closs is still missing, after her parents, James and Denise Closs, were found murdered in their home Monday morning. But the tips keep rolling in.
As each day passed without Jayme Closs, Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald continues to thank the community for their overwhelming support, whether that support is hanging signs, sharing social media post, or raising money, as some did on Saturday.
The Haunted Path has been running for 13 years and tonight they are running it with one 13-year-old girl in mind.
It’s now day six since the disappearance of 13-year-old Jayme Closs and the murder of her parents, James and Denise Closs of Barron. Jayme is still nowhere to be found, but Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald updated the community on Saturday, and said the investigation is progressing.
Sterling Bank has four area locations, and all four are accepting the money. “The Closs Family Benefit Account” was started Friday morning.
Fitzgerald said hundreds of people have been interviewed and his department is following up on tips from the public.