BARRON, Wis. - Peter Kasinskas said he was cleaning fish in the kitchen when his dogs “started going crazy.” His wife, Kristin, and children, ages 7 and 9, were getting home. “And then the neighbor lady was pounding on our door in the kitchen. She opened the door, her dog ran in, and then she helped this girl into the kitchen. She said: ‘It’s Jayme Closs. Call 911.’” “My jaw hit the floor.” The 13-year-old Wisconsin girl from Barron had been missing since October but had been found alive in rural Douglas County on Thursday afternoon.