Adam Mayes named FBI’s most wanted on the run with 2 kidnap victims.
The FBI is now involved in the search for Adam Mayes. Mayes is suspected of killing a missing Tennessee mother, Jo Ann Bain and her 14-year-old daughter, AdrienneBrain in Mississippi. Bain’s 2 other daughters, Alexandria Bain, 12 and Kyliyah Bain, 8 are still unaccounted for and are believed to be with Mayes who thinks the girls are his biological daughters. It has not been addressed if there is a possibility that the younger Bain children could, in fact, be his biological children.
Adam Mayes was said to be, “like an Uncle” to the Bain children. Mayes was a longtime friend of Bain’s husband, Gary Bain, and had been at their home the evening before they disappeared to help the Bain family prepare for a move out of state to Arizona. It has also been reported that Gary Bain used to be married to Mayes sister, Pamela.
Gary Bain, who was at the house that night, awoke to find his wife, daughters and Mayes gone. He tried unsuccessfully to contact his wife on her cell phone and reported them missing when the girls didn’t get off the school bus.
Police had initially questioned Mayes, who was the person known to have see Jo Ann Bain and her children. When police went to question him again, Mayes had disappeared.
In a somewhat surprising development, Mayes’ mother, Mary Frances Mayes, 65 and wife, Teresa Ann Mayes, 30, have been arrested in connection with the case facing a myriad of charges ranging from first degree murder to especially aggravated kidnapping.
Mayes is still believed to be in the area since there is surveillance footage of him in a Guntown, MS convenience store. The missing Bain children were not seen on the video.
The FBI has placed Adam Mayes in its list of the Top 10 Most Wanted Fugitives and said there is evidence to suggest that the girls and their alleged kidnapper, Mayes, may have a different hair style and color. Mayes may be using the alias of Christopher Zachery Wylde or Paco Rodrigass, his Facebook profile name.
If you have any information concerning Mayes or the missing Bain girls, please contact your local FBI office, submit a tip on the website, call 1-800-TBI-FIND, or contact your local police department.