A beautiful young teenage girl, whose body was recently discovered in a Texas pond, was most likely a victim of sex trafficking, according to authorities.
An Oklahoma City man has been convicted of two counts of murder for the brutal killing of a pregnant Blanchard prostitute he met online.
On Oct. 27, Joseph Richard Cyr, 34, was convicted in Oklahoma County for stabbing to death Jaymie Adams, 26. Adams was two months pregnant at the time of her death.
Earlier this month, Oklahoma County Judge Cindy Troung sentenced Cyr to two life sentences without the possibility of parole - as recommended by the jury.
A local non-profit dedicated to positively impacting those involved in prostitution and human trafficking will be holding a candlelight vigil and small service in memory of a young OKC prostitute mother found murdered in California.
As previously reported by JohnTV, the body of Jarrae Nikole Estepp, 21, was discovered by employees of a trash recycling center in Anaheim early Friday morning.
No cause of death has officially been announced, but police are treating the incident as a homicide.
The body of a young mother with multiple prostitution convictions in Oklahoma City was found by employees of a California recycling center early last Friday.
According to published reports, the body of 21-year-old Jarrae Nikole Estepp was found around 10:30 a.m. at the Republic Services recycling plant.
Estepp was found nude, face down and amongst the garbage being sorted at the plant on a moving conveyor belt. Police believe Estepp’s body was most likely placed into a garbage dumpster and then unknowingly picked up during trash collection and transported to the recycling center.
Estepp was positively identified by fingerprints and distinguishing tattoos.
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.