BLANCHARD — The husband of a missing pregnant woman said his wife was using Craigslist to meet other men and may have been engaged in prostitution, the man's lawyer told The Oklahoman.
Jaymie Adams, 25, was reported missing by her husband at 5 a.m. Dec. 10, according to an Oklahoma City police report.
The pregnant woman's husband, Justin Adams, is the last known person to see her alive.
The couple were married in February, court records show.
Irven Box, the husband's attorney, said his client initially was leery of speaking with police because Jaymie Adams was “involved with some kind of online prostitution ... on Craiglist, I think.”
“He was trying to protect her, initially, because of that,” Box said of his client. “But yes, we think all of this may have to do with Craigslist ... or someone she met there.”
Jennifer Wardlow, an Oklahoma City police spokeswoman, said the department couldn't comment on the potential Craigslist connection.
“It's not something we can talk about right now,” she said.
According to the missing persons report filed Dec. 10 by Justin Adams, his wife was going to the McDonald's restaurant at SE 29 and Douglas to meet “a friend,” some time after 11 p.m. Dec. 9.
When asked by police who his wife was meeting, Justin Adams told the responding officer that he didn't know.
He said Jaymie Adams sent a text message to him when she arrived at the restaurant but that was the last he heard from her.
According to the officer who took the report on the morning of Dec. 10, Justin Adams became “very agitated when I asked him further questions” about who his wife was meeting at the McDonald's.
“Just leave,” he reportedly told the officer. “I'll have somebody else make the report.”
Justin Adams has been seen on TV since reporting his wife, pleading for her safe return.
A Facebook page also has been set up to help find the mother of three.
Box said spouses usually get a very close look when their other half goes
“He was upset with the accusations being made against him,” Box said. “But any time there's a disappearance of a wife, experience tells us the first person to go see is the husband — the one that's closest to them.”
As for the police, Wardlow said there's no evidence at this point that a crime has even been committed against Jaymie Adams, although she did acknowledge that “it's
“Foul play is definitely a possibility because, from what her family said, she would never pack up and leave her family like that,” she said. “That's why, initially, we said she could've met with foul play, and that continues to be possible.”