"Take a" weapon ", Kristin Kasinskas recalled his neighbor, Jeanne Nutter, who said after Kasinskas had them enter her home in rural Gordon, Wisconsin – about 70 miles north of where she was Jayme was last seen.
Jayme, 13, had vanished after his parents were found dead more than two months ago, the neighbor told Kasinkas. And his alleged kidnaper was still out there, probably looking for her.
Kasinskas told CNN that she and her husband retrieved a gun that they kept inside the house and brought the skinny teenager, with unkempt hair and oversize shoes, into the living room.
Kasinskas and Nutter called 91
"My neighbor and I … I thought legitimate that someone would come and get her," said Kasinskas. "We did not even have time to scare us, it was happening quickly."
Then, while the teenager that the entire state was looking for was sitting in his living room, Kasinskas realized a surprise: he knew the man that Jayme identified as his kidnapper.
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"I think he was my student"
A mysterious phone call at the beginning of October 15 led the authorities to discover that Jayme's parents – James Closs, 56, and Denise Closs, 46 – had been shot dead at their home near the town of Barron in northwest Wisconsin. The call came from Denise Closs's cell phone. No one on the line spoke to the dispatcher, but the dispatcher "could hear a lot of screams". Jayme vanished that day.
Jayme was alone, without a coat or gloves in the cold Midwest, Nutter said.
"I'm lost, and I do not know where I am, and I need help," recalls Nutter Jayme before he took the girl to the Kasinskas house.
The teenager said she was held captive by someone in a neighboring house who "killed my parents and brought me," Kasinskas told CNN last week.
Marlena Baldacci reported from Chicago. Darran Simon wrote from Atlanta. Faith Karimi, Ray Sanchez and Ralph Ellis from CNN contributed to this report.