No Arrests or Suspects Identified in Death of Oklahoma Mom

Jaymie Adams, 25, from Blanchard, Oklahoma, has been missing since Dec. 10 and is reportedly two months pregnant.

Jaymie Adams, 25, from Blanchard, Oklahoma, has been missing since Dec. 10 and is reportedly two months pregnant.  (Oklahoma City Police Department)

Police said Sunday that there have been no arrests or suspects identified in the death of a central Oklahoma woman whose body was found along a dirt bike trail.

Homicide detectives finished their work at the scene in Oklahoma City where the body of Jaymie Adams, 25, of Blanchard, was discovered Saturday by a biker riding near Lake Stanley Draper, police Capt. Lisa Camacho said.

"We completed processing the crime scene today," Camacho said Sunday, adding that the vehicles of Adams' husband, Justin Adams, and his mother were impounded "for testing and further evidence processing."

No suspects have been named, she said.

Justin Adams, 25, initially told police that his wife disappeared on Dec. 10 after going to meet a "friend" at a McDonald's, and he denied knowing who his wife was meeting.

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But a search warrant says he later admitted that Jaymie Adams "had been meeting with strangers all over (the metro) since October," KFOR-TV reports. She advertised on Craigslist as a "massage therapist" and often engaged in sexual acts with clients for cash, he said, revealing that his wife had gone to meet a "client" at a motel in Norman on the day she disappeared, the Daily Mail reports.

Police found her van at a McDonald's in Oklahoma City.

The van and a vehicle that Justin Adams' mother allowed him to drive while searching for his wife on Dec. 10 were the vehicles impounded, Camacho said.

Jaymie Adams was a mother of three and was reportedly two months pregnant.

Jaymie Adams' body was found about a mile north of the lake in a rural part of southeastern Oklahoma City.

"The trail is heavily wooded and has ATV riders and dirt bikers that use it," Camacho said. "She was off to the side of the trail."

The police captain declined to comment on the condition of the body, other than saying the medical examiner was needed to determine her gender.

Her body was sent to the state medical examiner's office to determine the cause of death and "to see if there's any trauma or any clues to help" investigators, Camacho said.

A phone call to a spokeswoman for the state medical examiner was not returned Sunday.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.