Jayme Closs found safe: Full press conference

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  • Published on:  Friday, January 11, 2019
  • Jayme Closs, who went missing almost three months ago from her Wisconsin home, was located alive Thursday evening, according to the Barron County Sheriff's Office. Deputies said a suspect is in custody.

    Authorities in Wisconsin are expected to provide new details Friday morning about 13-year-old Jayme Closs, who was found alive Thursday after disappearing the day her parents were murdered in October. The Barron County Sheriff's Department said it would be holding a press conference on the case at around 11 a.m. ET.

    A suspect was taken into custody Thursday. Police haven't released any details about the suspect.

    For further details: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/jayme-closs-update-police-wisconsin-missing-girl-found-today-2019-01-11-live-stream-updates/

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  • aa5a9ak

     (Jan 11, 2019)

    1000s of volunteers and in the end she saved herself. Jayme is her own hero.

  • Malice Burgoyne

     (Jan 15, 2019)

    Build that wall! Enough of the tuberculosis, drugs, violence and illegals. Build that wall!

  • Miranda Chambers

     (Jan 14, 2019)

    🐯 *I МАSТ!ÙRВАТЕ Т0 VIDЕ!0S 0N МY СH!АNNЕL! !L00K!* 🐇

  • Claudia Irigoyen

     (Jan 11, 2019)

    No one found her she did everything for her. She escaped.

  • Pro God Pro life Pro Gun

     (Jan 15, 2019)

    She was not held hostage. Hostage is when the criminal is seeking fulfillment of a agreement and is holding the child until his demands are ment. She was held captive. Which is being held as a prisoner

  • TH

     (Jan 15, 2019)

    +HGC 4E Lmao, why wouldn't they be true? if you think all kidnapping stories are some sort of conspiracy, I don't know what to tell you lol.

  • K WY

     (Jan 11, 2019)

    Excuse me, you did nothing. She escaped. Stop trying to make it sound like you found her.

  • Suite 212

     (Jan 14, 2019)

    WHO DOES THE EMBROIDERY ON THIS GUYS SHIRT? I'M ASKING FOR MY GRANDMA

  • M.Nam

     (Jan 11, 2019)

    Oh Please! You guys didn't find her, SHE found YOU!

  • Bodyslambear

     (Jan 14, 2019)

    M.Nam they never claimed to find her

  • Karen Mura

     (Jan 11, 2019)

    They didn’t find her. She escaped??

  • blue puppy

     (Jan 16, 2019)

    +Venom That is just a very negative thing to even be thinking. I bet lots of those cops thought about her a lot. Most of them are people too.

  • Venom

     (Jan 16, 2019)

    +blue puppy Police think they have bigger priorities

  • Mister Mista

     (Jan 11, 2019)

    Thank god for these comments telling who really deserves the credit, but I’m just happy this girl is safe but she is going to need lots of therapy

  • Margaret Jerkins

     (Jan 22, 2019)

    Faithless.

  • Jason Khanlar

     (Jan 14, 2019)

    More like the person speaking in the video needs therapy to better reflect upon nonimaginary beings such as humans, who are capable of resiliently sustaining themselves and worthy of the credit to be thanked for

  • C C

     (Jan 11, 2019)

    For all their efforts, law enforcement did NOT find Jayme Closs. Jayme Closs — a 13-year-old child on her own, held captive under duress for three months — without assistance, escaped her captor, made her way to a nearby house, identified herself to the couple there, calmly instructed them to call 911, and in so doing singlehandedly saved herself. Full stop.

  • Pro God Pro life Pro Gun

     (Jan 15, 2019)

    No she found a lady walking her dog and told who she was and needed help. They then went to a near by house and the lady told the man to call 911. Yes she saved her self by escaping. But she did not go to a house and see a couple.

  • waffleboomerang

     (Jan 15, 2019)

    +Dat Piggy wasnt a nice way to put it at all. He looks at it from a realistic POV and from a few opinions he made anonymously on the internet you want him to not have kids

  • Todd Austin

     (Jan 11, 2019)

    Cops DID NOT rescue her. They are taking credit for this...She rescued herself and identified her captor...nothing else...

  • Charziken909

     (Jan 14, 2019)

    +T MB SHE freed herselfSHE contacted the womanSHE identified the criminal.The woman just gave her a chair and phone.The cops just walked up and slapped handcuffs on the guy after a girl did all the work for themNobody freed herNobody found herNobody identified the criminal.The girl did it all.

  • thatbeingsaid thatbeingsaid

     (Jan 14, 2019)

    Someone wants a promotion. 🕵

  • mmj medic

     (Jan 11, 2019)

    Let's pat ourselves on the back We do nothing while she escaped and we take credit like always

  • Maeve ODonnell

     (Jan 12, 2019)

    This is awful, this is a report of love and happiness and you look for something bad in this. This story is beautiful and your disgusting

  • Maeve ODonnell

     (Jan 12, 2019)

    313south✔ yes because people worked days and nights to find her and without hem she wouldn’t hav been found, that women wouldn’t have known who she was

  • 313south✔

     (Jan 11, 2019)

    Quit thanking each other and tell the facts!

  • Charziken909

     (Jan 14, 2019)

    +The Unspoiled Princess Where's your proof that they were searching for three months and not just sitting behind a computer screen?Let me guess, you're just taking their word right?Take my word, they gave up after the first week.