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Friends, Strangers Gather For Candlelight Vigil For Missing Blanchard Woman

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Friends and strangers gathered Friday night for a candlelight vigil in honor of Jaymie Adams. Friends and strangers gathered Friday night for a candlelight vigil in honor of Jaymie Adams.
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Concerned friends desperate to bring a missing mother home gathered Friday night outside the fast food restaurant she was headed to the night she disappeared.

Jaymie Adams was last seen on December 9. She was on her way to the McDonald's at S.E. 29th Street and Douglas.

12/30/2011 Related Story: Family, Friends To Hold Candlelight Vigil For Missing Blanchard Woman

Her husband, Justin, hired attorney Irven Box after police questioned him. Box said Jaymie Adams was involved in online prostitution and was supposed to meet two to three men for sex on the night she went missing. Box said Adams met the men through an online ad on Craig's List.

12/29/2011 Related Story: Internet Prostitution Suspected In Missing Blanchard Mom's Disappearance

Friends at the vigil said the most important thing is to find Adams and bring her home.

"I just had the idea of doing this vigil for her and her family just to show that we do care and that we are looking for her and that people don't have to know her to care about her," Shannon Hendricks said.

"It's not only that we feel bad for Jaymie. She has kids missing their mommy, I'm sure."

Adams is pregnant and has three children at home. Police have not made any arrests or named any suspects in the case.

12/12/2011 Related Story: Missing Blanchard Woman Possible Victim Of Foul Play

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