The isolated house where kidnapped victim Jayme Closs was imprisoned for 88 days is shown for the first time when her family shared new images to lead her back to life with loved ones and a big smile & # 39; to show.
The 13-year-old would have slept soundly next to her relatives last night after her miraculous escape from the forest land at Eau Claire Acres in Gordon, Wisconsin.
Aerial shots show the house that stands alone with several parked vehicles outside, covered with snow.
A road runs nearby with other cabins spread over the remote property. It is one of the neighbors' houses where Jayme was rushed on Thursday night after escaping and asking a dog trainer Jeanne Nutter for help.
The development consists of a small loop-shaped street called Eau Claire Acres Circle and is located about six miles east of Gordon on Highway Y.
Jake Thomas Patterson, 21, is accused of kidnapping the teenager and killing her mother and father after she has targeted the girl in their home in Barron, Wisconsin, & # 39 ;.
Police confirmed Patterson, from Gordon, Wis., Is in custody on two charges of deliberate manslaughter in the first degree at the death of Jayme's parents and a count of kidnapping. They say that the family did not know the accused.
On the first day that Jayme Closs was awakened in the safety of her family's care on the first day since her extraordinary recovery on Thursday afternoon, her aunt Jennifer Smith said: "She had a good night's sleep. It was just amazing and it's just great to have her back.
God is good! He answered our prayers that he certainly did and we have just been overwhelmed by everyone's support. & # 39;
The house at Eau Claire Acres in Gordon, Wisconsin, where kidnapped victim Jayme Closs (13) was detained for 88 days
Jayme, pictured after her miraculous escape, would have slept soundly next to her family last night
Jayme's Aunt Jennifer Smith, pictured with the teen right, said: "She had a good night's sleep. It was just amazing and it's just great to have her back & # 39;
Last year, in an exclusive interview with DailyMail TV, Jennfier and her sister Sue Allard talked about the desperate attempt by the family to keep Jayme in the heart and mind of the nation.
Today she described their success and the return of her cousin as "a miracle."
Now, she said, the family come together to heal the horrors of that October night when Jayne's parents, Denise, and James Closs were shot and taken away.
Speaking of Denise, Jennifer said: & # 39; She can now rest in peace. & # 39;
For now, she said that they plan to just enjoy having Jayme back with them as the reality of her return sags, making an emotional promise to the girl's murdered parents to "keep her forever" protect & # 39 ;.
Brave Jayme was pictured for the first time since her escape in a beautiful reunion with her aunt and dog, just a few hours after she was found.
She was pictured next to her aunt Jennifer, who is now her guardian, in the image taken on Friday.
Jayme Closs, 13, is pictured right next to her aunt, a few hours after her escape
Jayme's Aunt Jennifer Naiberg Smith has made an emotional promise to the murdered parents of the teen to "protect her forever" after telling the supporters that the teenager had slept well
Facebook page Healing for Jayme Closs posted: & # 39; After hundreds of requests from the public, we got permission from Jayme's aunt / guardian Jennifer to create an online fundraiser to support Jayme & # 39;
Jake Thomas Patterson, from Gordon, Wis., Has been jailed for kidnapping and manslaughter in the October murder of a couple from Wisconsin and the kidnapping of their teenage daughter, Jayme Closs.
The aunts of the teenager Kelly Engelhardt, pictured to the right, and Carla Closs, left, said they never gave up hope to find their niece and believe every day. had
Jennifer said Saturday that her niece & # 39; a good night's sleep & # 39; had, and added that it was great to know that she was right next to me & # 39 ;.
Guardian Jennifer wrote on Facebook: "Jayme had a good night's sleep. It was great to know that she was next to me the whole evening, what a great feeling to have her at home.
& # 39; As a family we will have the healing process that Jayme has gone through. It will be a long way, but we are very family and we love this little girl so much !! We will do anything and everything !!
& # 39; My beloved sister Denise pooh and brother-in-law Jim can rest in peace and I assure you that Jayme is safe and that we will take care of it forever. We miss them all both now they know there (stet) Jayme who was there (stet) the whole world is home with family !! God is good !! Bless you all !! & # 39;
Jayme's grandfather Robert Naiberg repeated Saturday that the family had no ties with Patterson and did not know him. He says Jayme told the FBI agents that she did not know Patterson at all.
The new photo was shared by the Facebook Page & # 39; Healing for Jayme Closs & # 39; and reads: & # 39; Nothing makes me happier now than to see this picture. See this reunion, see that smile! We love you Jayme! & # 39;
It said on Friday night: Jayme & # 39; s aunt sent us this photo two hours ago and has given permission to post it again. & # 39;
The Facebook page also said that a fund raising campaign had been set up to help benevolent people.
The official fundraising page closed Saturday after it had more than surpassed its goal & # 39; and had raised more than $ 50,000.
Those who run the page have posted: & # 39; We have ended our Facebook fundraising because we have far exceeded our goal. We recommend that those who still contact Sterling Bank want to donate and refer to the Closs Family Benefit Fund.
& # 39; There has been a lot of confusion with dozens of gofundmes popping up, most of which wrongly claim to be family members. We have confirmed with Jennifer and Sue that Angela Nevada de Andriano is a legal cousin who started a fund. So here is another option for those who still want to donate online. & # 39;
The teenager's family has said that they have never given up hope that they will be found and believe each and every day & # 39; will have.
Aunt Kelly Engelhardt said to wsaw: "We knew she was still there," we knew. We had faith every day. Every day.
& # 39; Unbelief, excited. I wept instantly. I fell on the couch that was sitting there when they told me. I stood up and hugged the main replacement. The smile on his face was like that, I knew. I knew it was good news, and I was just crying. & # 39;
Carla Closs, another an aunt, added: "Just to see her, just to look at her, just to see that she is doing well. & # 39;
Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald released additional information 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.
The police say they found the rifle that was used on October 15 to shoot on October 15, just like other guns.
President of the Jennie-O Turkey Store in Barron, Steve Lykken, also said that Patterson once worked with her parents' employer before she stopped after a single day.
He stated on Friday that Patterson was hired one day, but stopped the next day, explaining that he was retiring from the area.
An obituary for James and Denise Closs says that they worked in the turkey processing plant for 27 years.
Unemployed Patterson had no previous criminal history and was not on the radar of the police. They say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the case.
The police believe that Patterson – allegedly the girl hidden in the home where he grew up – murdered the couple in Wisconsin for kidnapping their daughter. They say that they're the only target & # 39; used to be.
The teenager disappeared from her home in Barron, Wisconsin on October 15, the same day that the parents of the teenager, James, 56, and Denise Closs, 46, (above) dead were found inside
Jake Patterson (right) with mother Deborah (center) in 2015 and sister Katie (left)
TIME LINE OF JAYME CLOSS & # 39; LOSE
Jayme Closs was missing for three months
October 15, 2018 – Jayme's parents, James and Denise Closs, found dead in their home in Barron and the teenager is reported missing
16 October 2018 – Researchers say they do not find Jayme a suspect in the death of her parents
October 17, 2018 – The authorities announce that the researchers believe Jayme was in her family's house when his parents were killed deadly
18 October 2018 – Approximately 100 people participate in a search for Jayme after Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald requests the help of volunteers
October 23, 2018 – Approximately 2,000 volunteers from Minneapolis help with another ground search. Different items are found and taken for assessment
October 24, 2018 – The FBI offers a $ 25,000 reward for information leading to Jayme's location. The amount is later doubled to $ 50,000 by the Jennie-O Turkey Store, where James and Denise Closs worked
October 27, 2018 – Funeral for James and Denise Closs
October 29, 2018 – Prosecutors announce that they have accused a man of burglary with the Closs house, but say he is not a suspect in the case.
December 12, 2018 – Tree of Hope enlightened as a community prays for her safe return
January 10, 2019 – After three months Jayme is found alive in Gordon, Wisconsin. A suspect is taken into custody.
January 11, 2019 – The police called the man accused of kidnapping her as Jake Thomas Patterson, 21
Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald says that Patterson has planned his actions and has taken many steps to hide his identity. & # 39; She was in a home in a remote area & # 39; Douglas County, Fitzgerald said.
He said: "Jayme was taken against her sentence and escaped from the house where she was being held. We also do not believe that the suspect was in contact with the family at the moment. We really believe that Jayme was the only target.
I can tell you that the subject has planned its actions and has taken many proactive steps to hide its identity from law enforcement and the general public.
It seems that he kept her hidden from other people … his friends. & # 39;
He was attracted by the police in his car, just minutes after Jayme was found and gave a description of the vehicle.
Fitzgerald said he did not know if Jayme was being abused by her kidnapper and that detectives were now interviewing her about her ordeal.
Patterson lived three doors away from the woman calling 911 to report that a 13-year-old girl from Wisconsin had been found.
Teacher Kristin Kasinskas says she taught him high school science, but only remembers that he was silent.
Kasinskas says she has not seen Patterson in the months that Jayme was missing.
She added: "I do not really remember a ton about him. He seemed like a silent boy. I can not remember anything that would have explained this in any way. & # 39;
It comes as another Patterson neighbor says that she and her husband had problems with transferring the gas years ago.
Daphne Ronning told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that Patterson's parents moved to Gordon about 15 years ago.
She says the parents have left later, but Patterson and his brother have continued to use the house. She says that she and her husband have ever caught them on the transfer of gas. She says that her husband spoke to them and that they had no further problems.
Ronning says she did not know that Patterson lived in the house and had not seen Jayme.
Jeanne Nutter, on Friday's picture, walked with her dog near the hut she owned with her husband Forrest when she discovered Jayme Closs from nearby forests. Kristin and Peter Kasinskas, on the photo on the right, say that their neighbor had a skinny, dirty girl with matted hair with shoes of different sizes, too big for her feet standing next to her
Since then it has also become apparent that ownership of the remote hut where she was apparently being held, was transferred to a credit union shortly after her abduction.
Patterson's father transferred the title of the cabin at Gordon to Superior Choice Credit Union on October 23 – eight days after the attack at the house of the Closs family, according to the data.
Jayme was described as being skinny and filthy but outwardly ok & # 39; by the couple calling 911 after the teen Dogwalker had marked Jeanne Nutter in rural Wisconsin.
FBI Special Agent Justin Tolomeo said: "In cases like this, we often need a big break, and it was Jayme himself who gave us that break. & # 39;
Fitzgerald says that Closs has been acquitted, is from the hospital and is being interviewed by law enforcement.
She was taken from her home in Barron, Wisconsin on October 15, the same day that her parents, James, 56, and Denise Closs, 46, were shot dead inside.
The Sheriff's Department of the Barron County confirmed that Jayme was found at Eau Claire Acres, a development about 70 miles away from her home.
The teenager approached a woman who was walking with her dog and told the stranger that she had been kidnapped and that a man had killed her parents.
Jayme was found at Eau Claire Acres, a development about 70 miles from her home in Barron
Dogwalker Jeanne Nutter went with Jayme to her neighbor's house and hit their door. She says that Jayme had run away from a hut not far from where she was held.
Nutter, a social worker, said: "I went to her and she just grabbed me a little bit and she told me who she was. She is a traumatized child. I think she might just be in shock.
I am just happy that she is safe. I feel that it is a miracle that she is still alive. I am happy that my dog wanted to go for a walk and that was she and she was. My goal was to take her to a safe place and I did. The police were great. & # 39;
Kristin and Peter Kasinskas say that their neighbor had a skinny, dirty girl with matted hair, with shoes of various sizes that were too big for her feet to stand next to her. The neighbor shouted: & # 39; This is Jayme Closs! Call 911! & # 39;
Kristin told the Today Show: "She knocked on our door and then opened our door and said call 911.
She seemed a bit startled and kind of shy, but she talked a bit with us, and she came in and sat down in our living room and was able to have a conversation with us. & # 39; ;
The house where teenager Jayme Closs lived with her parents three months ago for their brutal murder, said Friday
The 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
& # 39; She looked thinner than her photos. We offered her a drink. We offered her something to eat. She said she did not want to eat or drink, "said Kristin Kasinskas, who found Jayme (photo)
Kristin Kasinskas neighbor who called 911 – Jayme Closs and the dog walker approached the house of Kristin Kasinskas, pictured, and asked her to call 911
A thank you sign is shown in Barron after Jayme was found alive more than three months after she disappeared. It is: & # 39; Thank you for taking her home & # 39;
A sign & # 39; Welcome Home Jayme & # 39; is shown for the teen's return on January 11, 2019 in Barron, Wisconsin
The entrance of Eau Claire Acres in Gordon, Wisconsin, where Jake Thomas Patterson was arrested during the kidnapping of Jayme Closs and the murder of her parents
The kidnapped victim Elizabeth Smart paid tribute to Jayme and offered her support to the brave, strong and powerful 13-year-old survivor.
She wrote in an emotional Instagram post: & # 39; What a wonder !!! Jayme Closs is found !!!! I am so happy to hear the news. What has been such a heartbreaking tragedy ultimately has some luck in the story. & # 39;
Smart said she would expect Jayme to have to confront with the fact that there is no longer going back to the way things were & # 39 ;. She said she recommends that Jayme's friends and family give her room and allow her to make her own decisions.
Elizabeth was 14 when she was held in the forest for nine months by Wandaa Barzee and Brian David Mitchell.
The victim of kidnapping Elizabeth Smart has paid tribute to Jayme Closs, a victim of the hostage, and offered her support to the teenager who was found Thursday
Elizabeth Smart was abducted in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the age of 14 in 2002, for nine months. She is shown in March 2018