Jayme Closs' Alleged Captor Claims He And The Teen Played Board Games And Cooked Together
The man accused of kidnapping Jayme Closs says that they played board games and cooked together during the 13-year-old's 88 days in captivity.
Suspected kidnapper Jake Patterson reportedly said he loved Jayme and had regretted about what happened.
Investigators say Patterson confessed to breaking into Jayme's Barron, Wisconsin, home in October 2018, killing the teen's parents and kidnapping her.
"We were just watching TV, playing board games, talking about stuff," he said.
"We cooked a lot; everything we made was homemade."