Authorities are deciding what to do with the $50,000 reward in the Jayme Closs case — because the couple who called 911 to help the teen said she should be the one to get the money.
Peter Kasinskas said he and his wife, Kristin, don’t want the dough and that if anyone, the 13-year-old girl should get it because “she got herself out.”
The article goes on to state the following:
The teen had been missing for nearly three months when she approached Gordon, Wisconsin, resident Jeanne Nutter on Jan. 10 and asked for help. Nutter, who’d been walking her dog, brought Jayme to the Kasinskases’ home and called the cops.
— New York Post (@nypost) January 18, 2019
Those who helped Jayme Closs want her to get $50,000 reward after making own escape https://t.co/MMT9WNjsm5
— WAFB (@WAFB) January 18, 2019
Who should get the $50,000 reward in the Jayme Closs case?
Jeff Wagner opens the discussion: https://t.co/tri9wtFMd9
— 620wtmj (@620wtmj) January 18, 2019
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