Search warrants reveal new details about what the husband of Jaymie Adams told police, and the results of a key question asked during a polygraph.
Justin Adams first told Oklahoma City police his pregnant wife, Jaymie, left their Blanchard home on December 9 to meet a friend at a McDonald's at Interstate 40 and Douglas in Midwest City. Justin said he last heard from the young mother when she texted him from the fast food restaurant at 12:45 a.m. on December 10. He said he did not know the name of the friend Jaymie was supposed to meet.
Adams told police he found her van in the parking lot of the McDonald's at 5 a.m. He asked police to unlock the van for him, but they refused because he could not prove that he owned it. Justin then filed a missing person's report for his wife, and police later impounded the vehicle.
According to the search warrant, Adams contacted police on December 11 and told officers he had not been completely honest. He informed them his wife had actually gone to a motel in Norman to meet a client she'd met on the website Craig's List. Justin told police his wife advertised her services as a massage therapist, but he said she also engaged in prostitution and had sex with clients across the metro.
Justin told police his wife texted him just before midnight on December 9 to say she was meeting a different client at the McDonald's in Midwest City. He said he later received a text from Jaymie that the client did not show up.
Justin said when his wife didn't come home, he went searching for her and that's when he found her van. He claimed he spoke to a manager at a nearby Denny's who said he'd seen Jaymie on surveillance video paying for a meal just before 3 a.m.
During an interview with police, Justin said he and Jaymie were "swingers" who met other couples to have sex with on Craig's List. Justin then gave police permission to search his laptop and the couple's trailer home. Officers also checked phone records for both Jaymie and Justin. They discovered the calls between both cell phones on the night Jaymie disappeared were relayed using the same telephone towers.
Police then spoke to the manager of Denny's, the same man Justin said had seen surveillance video of Jaymie. The manager told police he didn't remember seeing a woman who fit Jaymie's description. Investigators then reviewed the surveillance video and did not see Jaymie on it.
On December 15, Justin Adams agreed to take a polygraph test. Police said he was found to be deceptive when he was asked, "Do you know your wife's whereabouts?"