The car, a white 2000 Chevrolet Lumina, was shared by Dunn and her boyfriend, Shawn Adkins, according to the original search warrant.
Items seized from the car were two rolls of electrical tape, a cigarette lighter, papers, trace evidence from inside the car, and debris from the trunk, according to a document signed by Billy Sides, investigator for 32nd Judicial District of Texas.
The original search warrant said the car was to be searched for "all evidence of a person being taken without their consent to include all DNA, fiber, microscopic trace or other relative evidence of kidnapping."
The search of Billie Dunn's home, which ended in the seizure of several electronics, was voluntary. Investigators didn't need a search warrant because Dunn consented to a search early on.