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The man who was kidnapped and Jayme Closs, and her parents are killed in a fight with another inmate in a New Mexico prison, of which he was asked about his crimes, raising questions about whether the jail can protect him from the notoriety brought by the case.
Jake Patterson, 22, was sentenced to life in May for the deaths of James and Denise Closs at their home outside of Barron, Wis. the kidnapping of a 13-year-old Jayme. Authorities said Patterson, held that a teenager, in his cabin, for 88 days, and its going to be sleeping in the bed before him.
In July, he was transferred to New Mexico from Wisconsin, and without an explanation from the jail officials. In the last month, he had been self-disciplined at the Dodge Correctional Institution in Waupun for the threat of attack from other inmates.
CLOSS WAS HONORED AS THE HOMETOWN HERO
Jake is Due to appear in Barron County Circuit Court, in Barron, Wis. this past the month of February. (T-T’xer Zhon Kha/The Post-Crescent via AP Pool, File)
Patterson allegedly said, “you can Say that again, motherf – – – – – – and I will kick your ass.”
The Green Bay Press-a Newspaper reported that the records provided by the New Mexico Corrections Department, said Patterson, was approached by two inmates in the prison gym on Feb. 28.
She is reported to have told Patterson to leave the pod because he couldn’t “stay in line” because of the case. One of the prisoners was “being questioned, are a case in which a 14 year old girl.”
Video surveillance appeared to be a prisoner aggressive approach to a number of attractions, which hit the man. Blows were exchanged, and the two struggled before a staffer fired a bean bag round on a rail.
No one was seriously injured.
Corrections officials in both states have not indicated in any jail, Patterson is to be found. He went to the Central New Mexico Correctional Facility in Los Lunas, with a reception center for the state of the prison.
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While there, he falsely claimed that he paid a 17-year-old girl online, and allowed her to walk away from the house.
The conflict raises questions as to whether it is moving Due to out-of-state, it makes it more secure. The Press News reported the team handed over to him, and had to drive directly to let wisconson, the state of New Mexico, because there is no government wanted to take responsibility for him, even long enough to give the team a break.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.