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Jake Thomas Patterson , 21, told authorities he spotted Closs for the first time after he stopped behind a school bus on Highway 8 while he was driving to work at the Saputo Cheese Factory, where he worked for only two days. Soon after, however, Patterson said he purchased a mask to use in the abduction. Patterson was charged with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide, one count of kidnapping and armed burglary after police captured the year-old following Jayme's escape from the Gordon, Wisconsin house. The home where Closs was allegedly held captive in Gordon, Wisc. The alleged kidnapper detailed his plans to abduct the teen, despite knowing nothing about Jayme or the Closs family prior to the incident, the complaint said.
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Fitness tracker makers would have you believe that all that stands between you and the motivation to get up off your couch and get healthy is their shiny wearable device. But a new study conducted by researchers in the UK suggests that, in some circumstances, fitness wearables can end up doing the opposite: becoming a de-motivating factor, after the initial novelty of wearing a tracker wears off. Researchers at Brunel University London the University of Birmingham conducted an eight-week study to investigate whether fitness wearables could encourage young teenagers to take more exercise. Their study focused on school pupils, aged 13 to 14, with participants split nearly equally between genders 44 girls and 40 boys , and recruited from two different schools in the north and south of the UK.
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Nebraska fears rush to drop off kids before haven law change
OMAHA, Nebraska CNN -- Nebraska officials said they're concerned about an apparent rush by parents to drop their teenage children off at hospitals before lawmakers change the state's troubled "safe haven" law. The latest cases came the day before the state Legislature kicked off a special session to add an age limit to the law. On Thursday, a boy, 14, and his year-old sister were dropped off at an Omaha hospital; the girl ran away from the hospital, officials said. A 5-year-old boy was left by his mother at a different hospital, officials said.
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