CORRECTS SPELLING TO PERSYN NOT PERSON James Persyn III, right, 14, was in his Lincoln Township home with his 11 year-old sister and 2 year-old brother when the CMU student that was abducted by Eric Ramsey got away from Ramsey's vehicle and banged on the door of the Persyn residence for help, Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013. James let the woman in, locked the door, grabbed his hunting knife, and moved her, his siblings, and the family dog into the bathroom while the woman used James' phone to call the police. While the four were shut in the bathroom, Ramsey attempted to light the house on fire and then left. James' father, Jim Persyn Jr., left, had left the house momentarily to pick up his fiance from work when everything happened. (AP Photo/The Saginaw News, Colleen Harrison)

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CORRECTS SPELLING TO PERSYN NOT PERSON James Persyn III, right, 14, was in his Lincoln Township home with his 11 year-old sister and 2 year-old brother when the CMU student that was abducted by Eric Ramsey got away from Ramsey's vehicle and banged on the door of the Persyn residence for help, Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013. James let the woman in, locked the door, grabbed his hunting knife, and moved her, his siblings, and the family dog into the bathroom while the woman used James' phone to call the police. While the four were shut in the bathroom, Ramsey attempted to light the house on fire and then left. James' father, Jim Persyn Jr., left, had left the house momentarily to pick up his fiance from work when everything happened. (AP Photo/The Saginaw News, Colleen Harrison)
CORRECTS SPELLING TO PERSYN NOT PERSON James Persyn III, right, 14, was in his Lincoln Township home with his 11 year-old sister and 2 year-old brother when the CMU student that was abducted by Eric Ramsey got away from Ramsey's vehicle and banged on the door of the Persyn residence for help, Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2013. James let the woman in, locked the door, grabbed his hunting knife, and moved her, his siblings, and the family dog into the bathroom while the woman used James' phone to call the police. While the four were shut in the bathroom, Ramsey attempted to light the house on fire and then left. James' father, Jim Persyn Jr., left, had left the house momentarily to pick up his fiance from work when everything happened. (AP Photo/The Saginaw News, Colleen Harrison)
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