Jurors take field trip in Jaymie Adams murder trial

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OKLAHOMA CITY - The 11 women and one man who make up the jury for the first degree murder trial of Joseph Cyr loaded up in vans to take a field trip Wednesday afternoon.

They went to the field near I-240 and Douglas where the body of Jaymie Adams was found in January of 2012.

Jaymie went missing in late 2011.

Police very quickly identified her husband, Justin Adams, as a suspect in the case.

Prosecutors have said Jaymie and her husband repeatedly used Craigslist to solicit sex for money.

One post read "I am letting any willing man come and have his way with my wife with a little compensation for us to help with our holiday funding."

After taking a call one night, Jaymie disappeared.

Justin was accused of promoting his wife's prostitution activities that resulted in her death and the death of her unborn child.

Jaymie was pregnant when she was killed.

Her husband plead guilty to two counts of manslaughter in 2014 and was sentenced to two 10-year suspended sentences that run concurrently with two years supervision.

He will not spend any more time in jail.

But prosecutors said Cyr is the one who murdered Jaymie.

They said Cyr had sex with Jaymie just before her death and DNA from her body matched Cyr.

Testimony on Wednesday included a CSI officer who testified Jaymie's body was found partially decomposed with stab wounds on her neck, back and stomach.

Jurors said aerial photos of the area and pictures of the body before going to the scene to see it in person.

They only spent about 15 minutes in the wooded area that is now closed off and houses a goat farm.

The field was open at the time of Jaymie's death, and people used the trails in the area for riding dirt bikes.

Cyr told the judge he did not want to make the trip with the jurors.

Justin is expected to testify against Cyr.

The trial resumes Thursday morning.

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