OKC Police: No Suspects In Blanchard Mother's Homicide Case
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Medical Examiner's Office is working to determine how a missing Blanchard mother died. People riding dirt bikes found Jaymie Adam's body over the weekend near Lake Stanley Draper.
Late Monday afternoon, police released a report about when the body was found. Investigators say they are hard at work trying to find out how Jaymie Adams' body got there, and who is behind her murder.
On Monday, investigators were gone from the wooded area where some dirt bikers found Jamie Adam's body. The discovery: made nearly a month after she first disappeared from this McDonalds just two miles away.
"She deserves to be home with her family," Justin Adams said.
Jamie's husband Justin Adams first told police his wife had gone to the McDonald's to meet a friend. But the next morning he went back to the police station and told officers he had not been completely truthful. He says his wife had been prostituting herself on Craigslist, and had gone to the McDonald's to meet a client.
Two days later Justin made this tearful plea to television cameras.
"If by some miracle you're watching this, I want you to know that I love you and I can't wait to see you again," Justin said.
Less than two weeks later, Justin Adams hired defense attorney Irven Box. And on January 3, Box said police were treating Justin is a suspect in his wife's disappearance.
That same day, these search warrants served to cell phone companies revealed both Justin and Jaymie's cell phones pinged off the same cell phone tower. And Justin was found to be "Deceptive." when asked "Do you know your wife's whereabouts?"
Jaymie's body was found on Saturday. Justin's attorney said investigators told Justin and his mother they are suspects.
Oklahoma City police again said they have no suspects in the case. Autopsy reports on how Jaymie Adams died are not yet available.