According to the call to the Douglas County Communications Center on Thursday, Jeanne Nutter normally wouldn’t have been at her cabin in Gordon the day Jayme Closs escaped her accused captor’s home on Eau Claire Circle Road. That day Nutter was walking her dog during a rare winter trip to the cabin when she was approached by the 13-year-old who was crying and asking for help. Nutter took Jayme to the home of Peter and Kristin Kasinskas. “I 100 percent think it is her,” Kristin Kasinskas told a Douglas County Communications Center emergency dispatcher. The Sheriff’s Department directed Nutter to lock the doors and keep the dogs in the house. Including Nutter, her dog and Jayme there were three adults, three children and three dogs in the house. “We’re kind of scared he may come,” Nutter told the dispatcher as they waited for deputies to arrive. She said Jayme told her that Jake Patterson killed her parents and she wanted to go home. Nutter told the dispatcher Jayme said she sometimes didn’t know when Patterson was gone because he turned up the music really loud and hid her under a bed. She didn’t know where he was Thursday when she escaped his… Read full this story
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