Jayme Closs’ accused kidnapper said in a jailhouse interview that he loves the 13-year-old Wisconsin girl and detailed what he did with her during the three months he held her captive in his rural cabin.
The Wisconsin man accused of kidnapping Jayme Closs and killing the teenager's parents is apparently speaking out from jail. A man who identified himself as Jake Patterson called reporter Jennifer Mayerle of the CBS Minneapolis station WCCO after she wrote him a letter. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Kidnapping victim Elizabeth Smart says it's OK for residents of a northwestern Wisconsin town to "smile, but don't stare" if they bump into a 13-year-old local girl recovering from the killings of her parents and her own abduction.
Police said a driver happened to be traveling on Highway 39 in the San Gabriel Mountains when they called the San Dimas station to report what they believed was a kidnapping in progress. The witness saw two people pointing a gun at another who was tied and immobilized with duct tape near a black BMW.