"We want to bring Jayme home," Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said as the search for the child continues.
NYPD Det. Nicholas DiGaudio told the victim to simply delete files before surrendering phones, prosecutors said
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"If someone has to die so that I can make some money, so be it," Mark Charles Barnett allegedly said.
"It's very hard to say how many more there might be," the district attorney in Orange County, California, said of possible additional victims.