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Medical Examiner Releases Autopsy Report Of Jaymie Adams

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The Oklahoma State Medical Examiner's Office has released the autopsy report of murder victim, Jaymie Adams.

Jaymie Adams was last seen December 9, 2011. Her body was found on January 7 near a dirt bike trail at Lake Stanley Draper.

The medical examiner ruled her cause of death as "multiple stab wounds," and her manner of death as "homicide."

According to the autopsy, Adams had multiple stab wounds to her head, neck, torso, and back. Authorities say Adams also had blunt force trauma to her head.

Read the autopsy report. WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT

Autopsy report shows Jaymie Adams was pregnant when she was murdered.

1/11/2012 Related Story: Autopsy Shows Blanchard Mom Jaymie Adams Was Pregnant

Police arrested Jaymie's husband, Justin Adams, on January 27 on a double-murder complaint; one for Jaymie, and one for her unborn child.

1/30/2012 Related Story: Justin Adams Arraigned For Murders Of Wife, Unborn Child In Oklahoma County

1/27/2012 Related Story: Blanchard Mom Jaymie Adams Buried, Husband Arrested On Same Day

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