It was quite the special reunion for the teen, as the Facebook group, Healing for Jayme Closs, shared that cooking Jayme a big steak was the one thing her grandfather vowed to do upon her return.
"Were (sic) so blessed!!! We had to share!! grandpa (sic) said since day one he was gonna buy Jayme a big steak when she was found!!" the caption, written by Jayme's relatives, said. "well (sic) here it is he bought her steak and they had lunch together at his house!!"
The Facebook group shared an adorable photo, shown above, of the courageous teen and her grandfather at his kitchen table. The two proudly lifted their forks, showing off the home-cooked lunch.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, the 13-year-old was found alive last month after escaping kidnapper Jake Thomas Patterson's Gordon, Wisconsin home where she was held captive for 88 days.
Patterson, 21, is accused of taking the teen from her Wisconsin home on October 15, 2018 after murdering her parents, Denise and James Closs
Now, RadarOnline.com can report that the police have since ransacked Patterson's home and obtained access to the evil suspect's personal items, including an LG phone.
According to bombshell new documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, police accessed his "contact list," call log, "electronic communications including text messages and message logs from various messaging services," in addition to emails and GPS evidence.
The forensic evidence also includes photos and stored videos, documents claimed.
According to a criminal complaint, Patterson previously confessed he carried out the sick crimes to police when he was arrested.
The Douglas County District Attorney's office announced last month that investigators are looking into more possible charges for the kidnapper.
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