Two Bodies Found in Search for Missing Tennessee Mom Jo Ann Bain Three Daughters (Adrienne Bain, Alexandria Bain & Kyliyah Bain) … Bodies Found in Guntown, MS at a Residence of Person of Interest Adam Christopher Mayes
The search for missing and abducted Tennessee mom Jo Ann Bain and her daughters, Adrienne Bain, Alexandria Bain and Kyliyah Bain, has had a new and disturbing set of circumstances. According to the police, two bodies were found in Mississippi during the continued search. However, they have yet to be identified. The two bodies were found in Guntown at a residence where Mayes was last seen. Federal search warrants were executed at the residence of person of interest Adam Christopher Mayes during the course of searching that location, two bodies were found.”
Two bodies were found today in Mississippi in the search for a missing Tennessee mother and her three daughters, which investigators said led them to issue an Amber Alert for the missing family.
When they announced the Ambert Alert, Mississippi police said only that new details led them believe Jo Ann Bain, 31, and her three daughters, Adrienne, 14; Alexandria, 12; and Kyliyah, 8; were abducted and could be in extreme danger.
Jo Ann Bain and her three daughters, Adrienne, 14; Alexandria, 12; and Kyliyah, 8, have been missing since April 27, 2012. They are believed to have been kidnapped and abducted.
WREG: Two Bodies Found In The Search For Missing Hardeman County Family. The finding of these bodies is what gave rise to the Amber Alert for the missing children. Also, the authorities consider Adam Christopher Mayes armed and dangerous which we can presume that the bodies found may have been killed by a gun or knife.
“We executed some federal search warrants at some residences he’s been known to stay at,” said FBI spokesperson, Joel Siskovic. “At that time, during the search, we did find two bodies at that location.”
The FBI is not saying whether or not those bodies belong to the missing Hardeman County family, only that they’ve sent them to the medical examiner’s office to be identified.
“It was based on finding those two bodies that initiated the Amber Alert with concern of extreme danger to the children,” said Siskovic.
It is worth noting that the mother, Jo Ann Bain, has been removed from the Amber Alert.
All the FBI would tell News Channel 3 is the house is located near Guntown, MS. However the house is believed to be on Highway 9 near Alpine, MS. U.S. Marshals were there investigating Saturday afternoon.
“A warrant for especially aggravated kidnapping has been issued. He is a wanted person,” said Siskovic. “He is believed to be armed and dangerous and we do not know where he has gone.”
UPDATE I: From WVTA, “Despite published reports, the bodies were not found in Guntown or any other part of Lee County, according to Lee County Coroner Carolyn Green.” Although FBI spokespersons are saying just the opposite.
UPDATE II: FBI works to identify 2 dead in Tennessee.
For more updates, read others opinions and analysis and to provide your own, go to Scared Monkeys Missing Persons Forum: JO ANN (JODIE) BAIN AND THREE DAUGHTERS MISSING SINCE 4/27/2012.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation at (601) 987-1353 or 1-800-TBI-FIND.
Posted May 6, 2012 by Scared Monkeys
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The headline for update II is misleading. It is not your fault the article referenced in the update is using that title. The bodies were found in Mississippi according to the article.
Now we don’t know what is the truth. Is the headline actually correct or is the article content correct?