First person Jayme Closs found to help her had worked in child protective services

Jeanne Nutter, the dog walker who first spotted Jayme Closs, the Wisconsin 13-year-old who had vanished after her parents were murdered in the family's home last year -- is a retired social worker who spent years working in child protective services.

Read more: https://www.foxnews.com/us/jamye-closs-a...

Similar news

It’s Impossible to Imagine Anyone Beating Trump in a GOP Primary 0 0 0
China's Xi is about to deliver a speech that could have major consequences for the trade war 0 0 0
'They've got more video tapes': Trump's newest chief of staff once feared there could be more bombshell 'Hollywood Access'-style recordings of Trump 0 0 0
Judge Orders Deer Poacher to Watch 'Bambi' Once a Month While Incarcerated 0 0 0
Criminal Justice Bill Passes First Test Vote in Senate 0 0 0
Three Maryland Synagogues Receive Suspicious Letters but No Hazards Found 0 0 0
Statue of Liberty climber guilty of trespassing for immigration protest 0 0 0
J&J moves to limit impact of Reuters report on asbestos in Baby Powder 0 0 0
17 cool last-minute gifts for the music lover in your life 0 0 0
Cramer Remix: Johnson & Johnson has to stop dropping for the market to head higher 0 0 0