The isolated home where the kidnapper victim Jayme Closs was held captive for 88 days has been pictured for the first time when her family shared new pictures that showed her to settle in life with their loved ones and blink & # 39 ; big smile & # 39;
The 13-year-old is said to have slept well next to her relatives last night after her miraculous escape from the forest Lair in Eau Claire Acres in Gordon, Wisconsin.
Aerial photographs show the home standing alone with several parked vehicles outside, covered with snow.
A road runs nearby with other cabins dotted around the remote residence. It's one of the neighbor's homes. Jayme was rushed to Thursday night after wiping out and asked Dogwalker Jeanne Nutter for help.
The development consists of a small loop street called the Eau Claire Acres Circle and is about six miles east of Gordon on Highway Y.
Jake Thomas Patterson, 21
Police confirmed Patterson, from Gordon, Wis., In custody of two first-degree intentional killing of the deaths of Jayme's parents and a number of kidnappings. They say the family didn't know the accused.
His lawyers, Charles Glynn and Richard Jones, called it a very tragic situation. Glynn and Jones say they trust & # 39; our legal system's integrity & # 39; to treat him fairly.
Speaking to DailyMail.com the first day that Jayme Closs woke up in her family's care security since her extraordinary recovery Thursday afternoon, her aunt Jennifer Smith said: "She had a good night's sleep. is just great to get her back.
"God is good! He replied to our prayers, he certainly did, and we just got overwhelmed by everyone's support."
Jayme Closs, 13, is the picture smiling with his aunt just hours after his escape. the picture smiled with her aunt just hours after her escape
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Jake Thomas Patterson, Gordon, Wis., has been imprisoned for the kidnapping and assassination in October of the murder a Wisconsin co-ople and the abduction of their teenage daughter, Jayme Closs
Teenage aunts Kelly Engelhardt, the picture right, and Carla Closs, left, said they never gave up hoping to find their niece and had faith in everyday life & # 39;
HOW TO SEND YOUR SUPPORT TO BRAVE JAYME
A fundraiser was created for wellwishers to help follow Jayme's miracle flight.
The official fundraising site closed on Saturday after the "far surpassed its goal" and raised more than $ 50,000.
But those who run the page posted: & # 39; We've completed our Facebook fundraiser as we far exceeded our goals. We recommend those who still want to donate contact to Sterling Bank and refer to the Closs Family Benefit Fund.
& # 39; There has been a lot of confusion with dozens of gofundmes popping up, most false claiming to be relatives. We have been able to confirm with Jennifer and Sue that Angela Nevada de Andriano is a legitimate cousin who has started a fund. So here's another option for those who still want to donate online. & # 39;
Wellwishers may also send support for Jayme and her family at Light The Way Home for Jayme Closs, mailbox 539, Rice Lake, WI 54868.
Jennifer said Saturday had his nicht a good night sleep & # 39 And it was good to know that she was next to me all night.
Guardian Jennifer wrote on Facebook: & # 39; Jayme had a good night's sleep. It was great to know that she was next to me all night, what a great feeling to have her home.
& # 39; As a family we will come through the whole healing process Jayme has. It will be a long way, but we are family strong and we love this little girl so much !! We will do everything and everything !!
My beloved sister Denise pooh and brother-in-law Jim can rest in peace, and I assure them that Jayme is safe and we will mourn forever. We miss them both dear now they are (stet) Jayme who was there (all) the world is home with the family !! God is good !! Bless you all !!
Jayme's grandfather Robert Naiberg repeated on Saturday that the family had no connection with Patterson and did not know him. He says Jayme told FBI agents that she didn't know Patterson at all.
The new image was shared by the Facebook page & # 39; Healing for Jayme Closs & # 39; and reads: & # 39; Nothing makes me happier right now than seeing this picture. See this reunion, see that smile! We love you Jayme!
It said Friday night: & # 39; Jayme's aunt sent us this picture two hours ago and allowed to be reposted. & # 39;
The Facebook page also participated in the creation of a fundraiser for wellwishers to contribute to.
Teenager's family have said that they never gave hope that she would be found and had faith in everyday life.
Aunt Kelly Engelhardt told wsaw: "We knew she was still there we knew. We had faith every day. Every day.
Disbelief, excited. I was crying right away. I fell to the bench There was sitting there telling me I got up and hugged the top deputy. The smile on his face was as I knew. I knew it was good news and I was crying. "
Carla Closs, another Auntie added: "Just to see her, just to look at her, just to see that she is okay."
Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald released additional details Friday night and said the suspect went to great lengths to change his physical appearance and hide evidence of the alleged murder, including shaving his head.
Police say they have restored the shotgun used to shoot open doors on October 15 as well as other weapons.
President of the Jennie-O-Turkish store in Barron, Steve Lykken, also said that Patterson had once worked with his parent's employer before finishing one day.
He made a statement on Friday, saying that Patterson was hired one day, but finishing the next and explaining that he was moving away from the area.
An obituary to James and Denise Closs says they worked at the turkey processing plant for 27 years.
The teen disappeared from her home in Barron, Wisconsin on October 15, same day, teenage parents, James, 56 and Denise Closs, 46, (above) were found shot dead within
Jake Patterson (right) with mother Deborah (center) in 2015 and sister Katie (left)
TIMELINE OF JAYME CLOSS & # 39; INVESTIGATION
Jayme Closs wa's missing for three months
Oct. 15, 2018 – Jayme's parents, James and Denise Closs, were found dead in their home in Barron, and the teenager reportedly missing
Oct. 16, 2018 – Investigators say they do not consider Jayme a suspect for her parents' death
Oct. 17, 2018 – Authorities say investigators believe Jayme was in his family's home when his parents were badly shot
Oct. 18, 2018 – About 100 people attend a basic search for Jayme after Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald asks for help from volunteers
23. October 2018 – About 2000 volunteers from as far as Minneapolis helps with another basic search. Several items have been found and taken into consideration
Oct. 24, 2018 – The FBI offers a $ 25,000 reward for information leading to Jayme's location. The amount later doubles to $ 50,000 by Jennie-O Turkey Store, where James and Denise Closs worked
Oct. 27, 2018 – Funeral held for James and Denise Closs
Oct. 29, 2018 – Prosecutors say they have accused a man of burglary at Closs's home, but say he is not a suspect in the case.
December 12, 2018 – Hope of Hope lit up as a community asks for its safe return
Jan. 10, 2019 – After three months, Jayme is found alive in Gordon, Wisconsin. A suspect has been taken into custody.
Jan. 11, 2019 – Police named the man accused of kidnapping her as Jake Thomas Patterson, 21
Unemployed Patterson had no previous criminal history and was not on the police radar. They say they are not looking for anyone else in the matter.
Police believe Patterson – said to have hidden the girl at home, he grew up – killed the Wisconsin couple because he wanted to abduct their daughter. They say she was the only goal.
Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald says that Patterson & # 39; planned his actions and took many steps to hide his identity & # 39;. She was kept in a home in a remote area of Douglas County, Fitzgerald said.
He said: "Jayme was accepted to her will and escaped from the accommodation where she was held. We also do not believe at the time that the suspect had any contact with the family. We believe Jayme was only goal.
& # 39; I can tell you that the topic planned its actions and took many proactive steps to conceal its identity from law enforcement authorities and the public.
& It seems he is hiding her from other people … his friends.
He was pulled over by the police in his car just minutes after Jayme was found and gave a description of the vehicle.
Fitzgerald said he Don't know if Jayme was mistreated by her prisoners and that the detectives are now interviewing her about her trial.
Patterson lived three doors down from the woman calling 911 to report that a missing 13-year-old Wisconsin girl had
Teacher Kristin Kasinskas says she learns tea him middle school, but only remember that he was quiet.
Kasinskas says she didn't see Patterson in the months Jayme lacked.
She added: & # 39; I don & # 39; I can really remember a ton about him. He seemed like a quiet child. I can't remember anything that would have explained this in any way. "
It comes as another neighbor to Patterson, saying that she and her husband were having trouble with him seeping many years ago.
Daphne Ronning told Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that Patterson's parents moved to Gordon about 15 years ago.
She says the parents later moved away, but Patterson and his brother continued to use the home. She says she and her husband once caught them with siphoning of gas. She says her husband was talking to them and they had no further problems.
Ronning says she didn't know that Patterson lived in the house and hadn't seen Jayme around.
Jeanne Nutter, the picture Friday, went the dog near the cabin she owns with her husband Forrest when she found Jayme Closs coming out of nearby forests. Kristin and Peter Kasinskas, the picture right, say their neighbor had a skinny, dirty girl with matte hair wearing shoes more sizes too big for her feet standing beside her.
It is also since the emergence that ownership of the remote cabin where she was apparently transferred to a credit union shortly after her abduction.
Patterson's father transferred the cabinet title near Gordon to the Superior Choice Credit Union on October 23 – eight days after the attack on the Closs family's home, according to records.
Jayme was described as "skinny and dirty but outwardly OK" by the couple calling 911 after the teenager flagged dogwalker Jeanne Nuts in rural Wisconsin.
FBI Special Agent Justin Tolomeo said: "In case like this we often need a big break and it was Jayme himself who gave us that break."
Fitzgerald says Closs was medically cleared, out of hospital and interviewed by law enforcement authorities.
She was taken from her home in Barron, Wisconsin on October 15, the same day when her parents, James, 56, and Denise Closs, 46, were found shot inside.
Barron County Sheriff's Department confirmed Jayme was found at Eau Claire Acres, a development located about 70 miles away from her home.
The tea approached a woman who walked on her dog and told the stranger she had been kidnapped and that a man killed his parents.
Nutter, a social worker, said, "I went to her and she just grabbed me and she told me who she was. She is a traumatized child. I think she was just in shock.  I'm just glad she's safe, I want her to be a miracle, still living, I'm glad my dog would go for a walk and we did and there were My goal was to get her to a safe place, and I did that. The police were great.
Kristin and Peter Kasinskas say their neighbor had a shiny, dirty girl with matted hair, wearing shoes several sizes too big for her feet standing beside her. Almost shouted: "This is Jayme Closs! Call 911!
Kristin told today's show:" She knocked on our door and saw actually opened our door and said the call 911. "
" She seemed a little funny and bad, but she talked to us a little and she came in and sat down in our room and talked to us.
The home where teenager Jayme Closs lived with her parents before their brutal murder three months ago pictured Friday
Entrance to Eau Claire Acres in Gordon , Wisconsin, where Jake Thomas Patterson was arrested in the kidnapping of Jayme Closs and the murder of her parents
Kristin Kasinskas neighbor, who called 911 – Jayme Closs and the dog trainer approached Kristin Kasinskas home, pictured and asked her to call 911
A roof sign appears in Barron after Jayme was found alive more than three months after she disappeared. It says: "Thank you for bringing her home & # 39;
Welcome Home Jayme & # 39; characters appear for the teen's return on January 11, 2019 in Barron, Wisconsin
The entrance to Eau Claire Acres in Gordon, Wisconsin, where Jake Thomas Patterson was arrested over the kidnapping by Jayme Closs and the murder of her parents
Kidnap victim Elizabeth Smart celebrates Jayme and has offered her support for brave, strong and powerful 13-year-old survivors.
She wrote in an emotional Instagram post: "What a miracle !!! Jayme Closs is found !!!! I am so excited to hear the news. What has been such a heartbreaking tragedy finally has some luck in The story. "Smart said she would expect Jayme to confront the fact that there is nothing going back to how things were. She said she recommends that Jayme's friends and family give her room and give her the opportunity to make her own decisions.
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