Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater has confirmed Joseph Cyr has been arrested in connection with Jaymie Adams' killing, and murder charges against him are pending.
The night Jaymie disappeared, her husband Justin Adams told police she had gone to meet three or four men. More than a year later, the murder investigation has circled back to Cyr.
Investigators say Cyr contacted Jaymie in response to a Craigslist ad for sex, then moved out of Oklahoma City shortly after the killing in December 2011.
Court documents now reveal DNA samples taken from Cyr matched the DNA found inside Jaymie's body. Investigators believe the two had sex.
Murder charges against Justin Adams, originally accused in his pregnant wife's death, have been reduced to manslaughter.
"They did not have him at the crime scene, near the crime scene, any forensics on him putting him there, any person putting him there," said Justin Adam's Attorney, Irven Box.
According to court documents, Justin Adams helped his wife Jaymie engage in prostitution, and took part in criminal conduct which allegedly lead to her death.
According to court documents, Justin posted on Craigslist, under the subject line "come help us," an ad that read, "I am letting any willing man come and have his way with my wife with a little compensation for us to help with our holiday funding we need."
It's one of several ads soliciting sex and prostitution from multiple email addresses - which belonged to Jaymie and Justin Adams.
Jaymie disappeared in December 2011 when she went to meet someone for sex. Her body was found about a month later near a dirt bike trail at Lake Stanley Draper.
Cyr is being held at the Tulsa county jail on a complaint of first-degree murder out of Oklahoma County. Cyr has denied even meeting with Jaymie.
Court records also show investigators have cell phone data showing Cyr was in the same area as Jaymie Adams the night of her disappearance.
Earlier reports that Justin's cell phone was also in the area proved to be inaccurate.