In a case that triggered numerous search queries and thousands of public tips, it was 13-year-old Jayme who helped bring freedom on Thursday afternoon.
"In such cases we often need a big break, and so was Jayme himself, who gave us this break," FBI Special Envoy Justin Tolomeo said Friday during a press conference in Jayme's Wisconsin hometown Barron the reporters.
Jayme, reported missing on October 15 after her parents were shot near her home Barron was discovered Thursday afternoon in two counties north of Gordon, the authorities said.
Her Accused Detainee – Jake Thomas Patterson, 21, of Gordon – was arrested shortly after a law enforcement operation Police officers detained him in a vehicle after neighbors called 91
Investigators now believe that Patterson killed Jayme's parents – James Closs (56) and Denise Closs (46) – at his home in October and abducted Jayme, and it seems he went there, with intent To take the girl, said Barron County sheriff Chris Fitzgerald.
One motive – and whether Patterson and the Closs family knew each other – continues to be investigated. 19659002] Patterson was arrested on Friday in Barron County for preliminary charges of premeditated murder and kidnapping in the first degree, Fitzgerald said.
"For 88 days I stood before you and (promised) we would work tirelessly (Jayme.)" Home, "Fitzgerald said." Last night, our collective promise came true. "
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Jayme had turned to Kasinska's neighbor – the policewoman said she was walking with her dog on Thursday afternoon.
They stormed to Kasinska's house where Kasinskas says 911 was called.
Kasinskas said Jayme told her that from someone who left her parents the night she disappeared near Kasinskas in the Gordon area was held.
"She said to us," That person killed my parents took me, "Kasinskas told Poppy Harlow.
"She said that person usually hides or hides her when others are around or when he has to leave the household, she did not go into details about how she came out of the house or anything like that." 19659002]
Jayme expects to be released from hospital on Friday, says the godmother.
The Douglas County Sheriff Division, where the town of Gordon is located, announced Thursday that it had left Jayme alive late Thursday afternoon, a suspect was arrested 10 minutes later.
Jayme's relatives breathe a sigh of relief.
"I can not thank everyone enough for not giving up Jayme," Smith, the godmother, told WCCO.
"Jayme: Aunt Jen can not wait to hold you so hugely you're stuck," said Smith, "because we will not let you go."
Jayme was declared dead
 Jayme was reported missing when the police found her parents dead on October 15 near Barron.
The police arrived to see that the door had been kicked, but no one was there. The investigators believed that Jayme was at home during the filming.
"After all, we would like to thank the family for their support and patience as this case lasted, we promised to bring Jayme home, and tonight we can live up to that promise, heartfelt THANK YOU!" Chris Fitzgerald, Barron County Sheriff, said in a statement:
Thousands of people joined month after month at search parties, while investigators received thousands of tips. The FBI offered a reward for information about Jayme's whereabouts, and hunters in the area were asked to look for clues.
In the days following Jayme's disappearance, law enforcement officials assured the public that she believed she was alive and in danger.
CNN's Sheena Jones, Faith Karimi, Dakin Andone and Melanie Whitley contributed to the report.