The husband of a missing Blanchard woman has hired an attorney after a police interrogation.
Attorney Irven Box says detectives are investigating Justin Adams because his pregnant wife, Jaymie Adams, has been missing since December 9.
The only trace of the mother of three is her car, which was left in a McDonald's parking lot.
Now police are investigating if the missing mom could have been murdered. Investigators questioned her husband, then he submitted to a lie detector test.
Box says police should look at Jaymie's behavior.
She allegedly posted ads on Craigslist providing massages and other personal favors.
"The night she disappeared she had a couple of appointments to make with different men and different locations in the area where she was last seen," Box said.
Three days after Jaymie went missing, her husband addressed the media in tears.
"She deserves to be at home with her family. If by some miracle you're watching this, I want you to know I love you and can't wait to see you again," Justin said.
Police haven't named suspects, but Box says their questioning made his client uncomfortable.
"Looking at the husband is kind of logical when the wife disappears and there is nothing wrong with that, but we have to focus on what her activities were. If there is anything that we can do to cooperate and help we will, but my client is not going to be accused unless there is factual information," Box said.
Sources tell us police obtained cell phone records from Justin's cell phone.
Police have not announced any persons of interest or suspects in the case.