When the stunned neighbors stood at the door, Jayme did not say a word.
The neighbor walked with her dog when Jayme approached and asked for help, said Kasinskas, a local teacher.
They rushed to the next apartment, which happened to be Kasinskas. While waiting for the authorities, Jayme refused the food and water and instead met the family's puppy.
The authorities said Jayme showed up just before 5:00 pm and a suspect was arrested 1
Good News After a Day or Rumors
Jayme was hospitalized after her discovery, her aunt Sue Allard said.
Jayme's cousin Seara Closs shared her relief in the social media.
" She lives and on her way home from the bottom of my heart I thank you all for the help! "she posted on Facebook." I can never repay every single one of you for publishing and sharing my cousin Jayme Closs. "
No further details were immediately available The authorities planned a press conference Friday morning.
Mysterious 911 call
Since Jayme disappeared, the authorities believe they believe she is in danger, and her parents, James and Denise Closs, were killed dead the night she was missing
The police arrived to see the door kicked but no one was there. The investigators said they believed Jayme was at home during filming.
Search Party Months
For months, thousands of people have joined search parties as investigators received thousands of tips. The FBI offered a reward for information about their whereabouts in cash, and the authorities called on local hunters to look for clues.
The searches and Thousands of tips had not yielded any hints by Thursday. But the Sheriff of Barron County, Chris Fitzgerald, said they were never tired of looking for Jayme.
"We promised to bring Jayme home, and tonight we can deliver on that pledge." THANK YOU! "Said Fitzgerald. "This case has been very stressful for the family, so please respect your privacy and we'll reunite it tonight."
He also thanked the Douglas County sheriff's department, which responded to the scene when Jayme was found, and other law enforcement agencies helped in the search.
Nicole Chavez, Sheena Jones and Melanie Whitley of CNN contributed to this report.