The man who kidnapped Wisconsin teenager Jayme Closs after he killed her parents has trouble finding friends behind bars Fox News reported that he was serving a life sentence.
Some inmates learned that Patterson's case involved 14-year-old Closs and told her to tell him to get out of her prison cell. Fox said.
Patterson begins to speak with one of them, and soon the two whine, as the video shows Shotgun bumping into a railing nearby and ends the fight.
Patterson was sentenced to life imprisonment after pleading guilty to kidnapping Closs in October 2018. Before kidnapping the teenager, he killed her parents, James and Denise Closs. The girl was held under Patterson's bed for 88 days in a hut about an hour away from home before the teenager escaped and alerted the authorities. She has recovered from the trauma.
Patterson was transferred to New Mexico Prison for security reasons in July, where he began his sentence ̵