Confirmed Dead … The Bodies Found at Residence of Adam Mayes were that of Tennessee Mom Jo Anne Bain and Oldest Daughter Adrienne Bain … Alexandria, 12, and Kyliyah, 8 Still Missing … Suspect Mayes May be Using Alias Christopher Zachery Wylde or Paco Rodrigass
The FBI has confirmed what many of us had suspected once the bodies of two individuals were found at the residence of suspected kidnapper Adam Mayes. Authorities have confirmed that the bodies discovered behind a home in Union County Mississippi were that of missing 31 year old mother Jo Ann Bain and her oldest daughter, 14 year old Adrienne Bain. This would make some sense if the suspect Mayes is a child predator, killing off the older hostages. The FBI did not say the cause of murder.
The bodies of a Tennessee mother and her oldest daughter were found behind an alleged kidnapper’s house in north Mississippi, the FBI said Monday, and authorities believe the woman’s two other daughters are still with the man accused in their abduction.
Jo Ann Bain and her three daughters disappeared April 27 as the family was packing to move to Arizona. The bodies of Bain and her 14-year-old daughter, Adrienne Bain, were found behind Adam Mayes’ house near Guntown, a rural area police have been searching.
The bodies were discovered late last week and positively identified. The FBI did not say how the two died.
The FBI said it believed the other daughters — 12-year-old Alexandria and 8-year-old Kyliyah — were still with Mayes. The agency did not say in a news release why it thought that, and FBI spokesman Joel Siskovic said no further details were available on the bodies or the search for Mayes and the girls.
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The FBI believe that the other two daughters, 12-year old Alexandria and 8 year old Kyliyah, are still alive and with alleged kidnapper and murderer 35 year old Adam Mayes. The FBI and authorities are now conducting a massive manhunt for the supposed long time family friend in efforts to find the two remaining sisters.
FBI agents in green camouflage, carrying high-powered rifles joined K-9 units and SWAT teams in a search of the woods and back roads of north Mississippi near Mayes’ home.
State troopers stopped vehicles and looked in trunks Monday, and FBI agents searched the yard of a home in rural Union County, seeking clues.
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