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Convicted kidnapper of Jayme Closs, the murderer of her parents, who moved to the state of New Mexico prison: report

to connectVideoPolice say, Jake Thomas Patterson, James, kill, and Denise Closs, with the intent of the kidnapping of their daughter, Jayme Closs

The 21-year-old suspect has been arrested, after the city of teen Jayme Closs was found alive, three months after her disappearance; and Matt Finn reports in Barron, Wisconsin.

Jake Patterson, a 22-year-old man who was convicted and sentenced to life in prison in May for killing a Wisconsin couple and their 13-year-old girl in captivity for almost three months, has been moved to a prison in the state of New Mexico, according to the report.

The girl, Jayme Closs, finally escaped from the Patterson’s cottage in Douglas County, Wis., on Jan. 10, 90 days after Patterson was fatally shot and her parents, James and Denise Closs, in their own home, 60 miles away in Barron, Wis.

After the deaths of her parents, and a number of attractions had been tied up Jayme with duct tape and thrown her in the trunk of his car for the drive back to the cabin. It was there that he held Jayme under the bed for weeks before she managed to break free while he is away in the other direction.

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Patterson has recently been moved to an unspecified prison in the state of New Mexico, after the Wisconsin corrections officials have raised security concerns on the basis of the publicity this case has received,” one tries to format a report of the state of New Mexico, said, according to the Green Bay Press Gazette.

The prisoner had been held at the Dodge Correctional Institution in Waupun, Wis., according to the report.

Wisconsin corrections officials would not confirm the move to New Mexico, but Patterson’s name does not appear on the public database of the Wisconsin prisoner information, or in the state’s online sex offender registry, the newspaper reported.

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Bill Lueders, president of the Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council, said it was outrageous that the state would not confirm Patterson’s whereabouts, the Associated Press reported.

The Associated Press contributed to this story.

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