Suspect in Jayme Closs kidnapping, parent homicides due in court

January 14, 2019 06:22 AM

The public defenders for the man suspected of fatally shooting a Wisconsin couple and kidnapping their daughter say they'll ask that he appear in person for his first appearance in court, instead of by closed circuit video from jail, as is standard procedure.

Charles Glynn and Richard Jones said they believe 21-year-old Jake Patterson can get a fair trial, but aren't sure where.

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