Oklahoma City homicide detectives questioned a man who said he was in contact with Jaymie Adams the day before her husband reported her missing.
A search warrant filed Tuesday in Oklahoma County reveals investigators questioned Joseph Cyr last month about several email and cellphone contacts he made with the woman Dec. 9.
Cyr, who was interviewed Dec. 20, told investigators he was contacting Jaymie Adams about her Craigslist advertisement, but that he never met the mother of four on the night of Dec. 9 or the next day.
Phone messages left for Cyr were not returned Tuesday.
Oklahoma City police Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow said there are no suspects in the case and no arrests had been made as of Tuesday.
The latest search warrants filed by investigators also provide the most detailed description of where Jaymie Adams' body was found.
Court records state the victim's decomposing body, which investigators say showed signs of “possible trauma,” was found in a wooded area a few hundred yards east of the 7200 block of S Douglas Boulevard.
The state medical examiner's office has yet to release details on how Jaymie Adams died or how long she'd been dead when dirt bike riders found her body Jan. 7.
More details revealed
Jaymie Adams was reported missing by her husband, Justin Adams, early Dec. 10.
The husband told police his wife had called and told him she was meeting an unidentified friend at the McDonald's restaurant at SE 29 and S Douglas Boulevard — just a few miles north of where her body was found.
Justin Adams told police his wife had sent him a text message when she arrived at the McDonald's, where her van was located hours later by police, but he never heard from her after that.
Court documents show Justin Adams walked into a police station the next day and told police about Jaymie Adams' activities on Craigslist, saying she was a working prostitute.
The husband told police he and his wife were “swingers,” who often used Craigslist to meet other couples engaged in partner swapping.
Justin Adams' mother, Tina Clarke, also has been interviewed by police, the latest search warrants show.
According to Clarke, her son came to her home at 3 a.m. Dec. 10, the day Jaymie Adams was reported missing, and asked to use her vehicle to go look for his wife.
Clarke said she took Justin Adams to search for his wife that morning, eventually making their way to the McDonald's where the victim's van was found.
Police have said Justin Adams took a polygraph test shortly after reporting his wife missing and showed deception when asked if he knew where her body could be found.
Husband is distraught
Irven Box, an attorney representing Justin Adams and Clarke, said his clients have been treated like suspects since Jaymie Adams was reported missing.
Box said he's hopeful the new details released Tuesday by police will deflect suspicion away from his clients, Justin Adams in particular.
“There were a lot of people who thought he was just making all this stuff up about Craigslist and her being contacted by men for sex,” he said. “I think this new evidence helps substantiate what he's been saying all along.”
Box said Justin Adams is taking the death of his wife “particularly hard.”
“Justin is very upset by all of this and right now he's just trying to concentrate on taking care of his child,” the attorney said.
Box said Justin Adams recently finished basic training for service in a National Guard unit.
He said the couple's financial situation worsened when Justin Adams returned from basic training.
“From what I understand, from sources close to all of this, that's when Jaymie began this prostitution business,” Box said.