A husband was cuffed and put behind bars for inconsistent statements given in the disappearance of his pregnant wife, Jaymie Adams.
Police picked up Justin Adams at his home in Blanchard around 10:30 a.m. An arrest warrant shows the couple had a violent relationship and explains Jaymie reported Justin assaulted her one month before her disappearance.
As police escorted Justin Adams into the Oklahoma County Jail, News 9 asked Justin several questions, "Did you love her? Was it your baby? Was she carrying your baby, Mr. Adams?" Justin answered not one question.
Much different than the last time Justin stood before our cameras, " If by some miracle you're watching this I want you to know that I love you and can't wait to see you again."
Justin made that tearful plea back in December, at the McDonalds where he found her van after she disappeared. Police found Jaymie's body on January 7 at Lake Stanley Draper.
Police seized and searched the van and another family vehicle. Justin's attorney, Irven Box says the evidence linking Justin to the crime is unclear.
"I don't know of anything I have seen right now, other than suspicion, that shows he did this crime. So wait and see what comes out," Box said.
The arrest warrant filed Friday afternoon shows Justin made inconsistent statements with the facts in the case. Court documents show Justin gave conflicting stories about Jaymie's last known whereabouts and their involvement in prostitution on Craigslist.
Box said police have always treated Justin like a suspect in the murder.
"It wasn't surprising to me its something I tried to prepare him for, but I don't think you can ever prepare someone for getting arrested for two murders," Box said.
Justin's attorney said this the weakest arrest warrant he has ever seen in a murder case. Police arrested Adams on two murder complaints one for Jaymie and the other for her unborn baby.
No formal charges have been filed.