The disappearance of Jo Ann Bain and her three daughters has prompted TBI agents to search the home she inhabited before vanishing. It was earlier reported that one of the two bodies found in Mississippi may belong to Jo Ann, and her daughters are still missing with suspect Adam Mayes.
An Associated Press reporter tried to get a look at the activity of TBI agents, but was reportedly sent away from the entire street. That's an interesting detail considering the events that are publicly known. Could there have been any signs of struggle found at the home of Jo Ann Bain? Did TBI agents discover any other signs of death?
Currently Adam Mayes is on the run from the FBI, and is believed to be heading toward Arizona, though nobody has said why he may be heading in this direction. He may have altered the appearances of the young daughters of the missing woman. With the history of the TBI and high profile cases, they probably won't release much information about their search of the woman's home. So details may begin to dwindle until this case is solved.
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