OKC Police Examine Truck Belonging To Man Who Contacted Jaymie Adams
OKLAHOMA CITY - In the latest search warrant filed in the Jaymie Adams murder investigation, police revealed they have located a man who called and texted the pregnant Blanchard mother on the day she went missing.
Investigators said Joseph Cyr contacted Adams in response to a Craigslist ad for sex shortly before she disappeared. Court documents stated detectives learned on January 11 that Cyr had moved from Choctaw to Skiatook, Oklahoma. Detectives searched his Choctaw address and found a 1989 Chevrolet pickup parked in the driveway.
Police believed the truck may hold evidence in Adams' death. The truck was on a jack and the driver's side front tire had been removed. The search warrant stated the vehicle appeared to be an off-road truck and it was muddy in appearance. The truck was impounded at the Oklahoma City Police Department's evidence barn.
Police seized soil samples, swabbings, and insurance verification from the vehicle.
Jaymie Adams disappeared December 9. Her husband, Justin, told investigators his wife used Craiglist to meet clients for sex. Search warrants claim Jaymie Adams was set to meet up to three men the day she went missing.
Her body was found January 7 near a dirt bike trail at Lake Stanley Draper.