Update: Case moves forward against man accused of breaking into Closs home

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Barron County (WQOW) – A Barron County judge has ruled there is enough evidence to move forward with the case against Kyle Jaenke-Annis.

The case against Jaenke-Annis was bound over for trial on Tuesday. The judge found there was enough evidence to move forward with a felony count of burglary, but did not find probable cause in a count of bail jumping.

As News 18 has reported, he was spotted on a motion-activated camera on the property. When officers arrived, they found tank tops, girls underwear and a dress in his possession.

According to the Barron County jail roster, he remains in jail on $5,000 cash bond. His next court appearance will be January 9.



Barron County (WQOW) –
The man accused of breaking into the Closs home and stealing some of missing 13-year-old Jayme’s clothes appeared in court Wednesday morning.

Kyle Jaenke-Annis, 32, is charged with burglary and felony bail jumping after the October 27 incident.

More: Read the criminal complaint

As News 18 has reported, he was spotted on a motion-activated camera on the property. When officers arrived, they found tank tops, girls underwear and a dress in his possession.

In court Wednesday, the judge continued his $5,000 cash bond.

News 18 spoke with a jail official on Wednesday who said he has not posted bond and remains behind bars.

Jaenke-Annis will be back in court November 13 for a preliminary hearing.

WQOW Staff

WQOW Staff

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