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Wisconsin Man Pleads Guilty To Abducting Jayme Closs And Killing Her Parents

Jake Thomas Patterson faces the possibility of life in prison for intentional homicide. He said he wanted to spare Jayme and her relatives from worrying about a trial.

The Wisconsin man accused of killing a teenage girl's parents and holding her captive for nearly three months has pleaded guilty.

Jake Thomas Patterson, 21, said Wednesday that he killed James and Denise Closs last October at their home near Barron,

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