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Jayme Closs’ captor, manipulated her, and admitted to having sexual fantasies about teen, the new documents reveal

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Thousands and thousands of pages to reveal new information in about 88 days, and Jake Patterson kept Jayme Closs in prison.

The abduction of a 14-year-old Jayme Closs to her parents ‘ Wisconsin home for more than a year ago, it captured the nation’s attention for weeks, but it raised more questions than it answers.

For the first time since Jayme’s home again on Jan. 10, detectives have released a trove of documents that shine a new light on her parents ‘ brutal murder in their home, and her 88-day-imprisonment. Up to this point, in her trial continued to be a mystery to anyone outside of the Closs family, and for the enforcement of the law.

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Thousands of investigative reports released by the Wisconsin Department of Justice on Friday revealed disturbing details about the time period of three months in which Jayme was being held hostage by her parents ‘ killer, 22-year-old Jake Patterson.

The recently released transcripts of the police interviews with Patterson, after he was arrested, turned out to be the psychological manipulation that Jayme went down.

In This Friday, Jan. 11th, 2019 is Jayme Closs, right, and her aunt, Jennifer Smith, at Barron, Wis. Jake Thomas Patterson, a 22-year-old man killed in Wisconsin in a couple of them in a mind-boggling array of rules and regulations to be kidnapped, Jayme Closs, and their teenage daughter, then held the girl captive for three months before they have barely managed to escape and reach safety, he drove around looking for her, authorities said. (Jennifer Smith, via AP)

“I know that, and they just (expletive) scared of me,” Patterson, who is serving a life sentence for the shooting death of James and Denise Closs said. “I trusted her, and that she wouldn’t be trying to get out.”

The transcript of Patterson’s interview paints a picture of a man who acted on impulse and checked in Jayme and the movement of the cabin, where she had been in the possession of more than an hour’s drive from her parents ‘ home.

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Patterson believed that he had been retained Jayme fear, he told the police that he was not the locks on the doors or windows because he believed that she would never leave. He also said that he expects to “think” for her to keep track of it.

Patterson also admitted to having sexual thoughts about the then-13-year-old girl, but she refused to take them because of the sin which he did and the deaths of her parents. He told me that they had to sleep in the same bed.

Many of the documents have been heavily redacted.

Jake is Due to appear for a hearing at the Barron County Justice Center, Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at the latest, in Barron, Wis. Patterson pleaded guilty Wednesday to the kidnapping of a 13-year-old Jayme Closs, and the deaths of her parents and held her captive in a remote cabin for a three-month period. (T-T’xer Zhon Kha/The Post-Crescent via AP, Pool)

Patterson said he became drunk one night and let Jayme to write a short letter to her aunt, but he never sent it. He also told the police that he has been allowed to Jayme, the house on rare occasions, in order to walk in the garden with him, but will never be out of the house.

The documents also proved to be Patterson’s mind during the murders, and his desire to “abduct” anyone “If it’s not Jayme, and it would probably be for someone else,” he said.

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Officials also released the harrowing 911 call, Jayme’s mother, placed, seconds before she was killed, and another video from a police dashcam that showed responding officers the right Patterson’s car, on their way to the scene of the crime.

Jayme was in the back of the car.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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