Patterson was being held Saturday in Barron County's jail on preliminary charges of intentional homicide and kidnapping.
Inside the two-story house, authorities allege Patterson kept the 13-year-old Jayme as a prisoner after killing her parents in their Barron home almost 70 miles away, then abducting and hiding Jayme in the cabin outside Gordon from which she escaped last Thursday and sought help from a woman out walking a dog.
Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said Patterson had specific intentions to kidnap Jayme, but it remains unclear how he became aware of the girl.
Sometimes, Mr Patterson "would make her stay under the bed for up to twelve hours at a time with no food, water, or bathroom breaks", according to the complaint.
"We believe Jayme was the target, and he (Patterson) was getting rid of possible barriers to taking her", Fitzgerald said. It said she pushed the bins away, crawled out, put on a pair of his shoes and fled the house.
A small, white-paneled room - strewn with stuffed animals, makeup accessories, a panda backpack and mattress - is believed to be the hellish makeshift prison where Jayme Closs was held for 88 excruciating days before her miraculous Thursday escape. "Thank you is all I can say because I think God got sick of us nagging him so he answered our prayers", Trowbridge added. Jayme was placed with Smith after leaving the hospital Friday. Jayme said she had escaped from Patterson's cabin nearby. Nutter said Jayme did not have a coat or gloves.
Jayme escaped last Thursday after three months in captivity, say police.
Nutter described Jayme's condition as "skinny and dirty but outwardly OK", saying her hair was matted. The public defenders didn't reveal many specifics about what they expect from Monday's court hearing, but they acknowledged the case was "a tragic situation from every perspective".
Shortly after law enforcement came for Jayme, they arrested Patterson in his vehicle, while he apparently was looking for the girl. Patterson told her to hang it up, before killing her.
He had gone to the home twice intending to kidnap her but was not able to do it because too many people were around, the complaint said.Читайте также: India stars suspended over 'inappropriate' comments
Sheriff Fitzgerald said that the case was still very active and that he could not share details of what Patterson had told authorities.
The complaint quotes Patterson as saying when he saw Jayme, "He knew that was the girl he was going to take".
The home where Closs was allegedly held captive in Gordon, Wisc.
Her church family wants to make sure she knows she has support in the coming days, weeks, months and even years ahead. He did work for one day at the same meat products plant where James and Denise were long-time employees, but authorities said they did not cross paths in Patterson's short time there.
Jayme Closs told authorities a person came to their house in the middle the night with a gun on October 15. Her grandfather, Robert Naiberg, told The Associated Press that Jayme told Federal Bureau of Investigation agents she doesn't know Patterson at all. They had stolen nine months of my life that I would never get back.
On Oct. 15, Patterson allegedly used a gun to shoot open the door of the Closs home in Barron.
There will not be a plea in court Monday, according to Patterson's attorneys.
Charging documents could shed more light on the case.
"It appears he concealed her from other people. his friends", Fitzgerald said.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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