Husband arrested, but still not charged, in the murder of his prostitute wife; Jaymie Adams

2/8/2012 - OKC, OK -- Blanchard mother of three, with a fourth on the way, Jaymie Adams was found murdered in southeast Oklahoma City on Jan. 7th. Her husband, Justin Adams, who reported her missing Dec. 10 told investigators his wife worked as an online prostitute and that she disappeared while out meeting a ‘John’ at a Midwest City McDonald’s parking lot.

Justin went on to tell investigators that he and his wife were involved in swinging (spouse swapping for sex) and that he had also advertised himself as a prostitute online along with his wife.

Soon after the discovery of Adams’ decomposing body by dirt bike riders, just two miles from where she allegedly disappeared, her husband and mother-in-law’s vehicles were seized and searched by police and Justin was treated as the primary suspect, according to his attorney.

On Jan. 27 Justin was arrested and booked into the Oklahoma County Jail on a murder complaint.

Justin appeared in court on Jan. 30 for a probable cause hearing, where his request for bond was denied. Justin has not yet been formally charged with any crime related to his wife’s and unborn child’s death.

Jaymie and Justin Adams.

Since his arrest, it has come to light that Jaymie sought protection on at least two occasions just before she went missing. In each of those instances she alleged that Justin was physically abusing her.

According to court and police records, on Nov. 7 Norman police responded to a hardware store after Jaymie called to report domestic abuse. Jaymie and her three children were taken to a women’s shelter. She later returned home and Norman police did not take any enforcement action against Justin.

In a separate incident, Jaymie reached out to Grady County law enforcement alleging spousal abuse at the hands of Justin.

Oklahoma County prosecutors say they are taking their time with the ongoing investigation before filing charges.

Justin faces two murder charges – one for his wife Jaymie’s death and one for the death of their unborn child.