Volunteers said although they are disturbed by the news, they're glad people are turning their attention back to the case.
"I think it does help get her back out there because for a while it was starting to die down," said searcher Kristy Lloyd.
KRBC obtained affidavits this week authorities used to seize a computer believed to belong to Adkins with more than 108,000 photos and videos of pornographic and deviant acts. Law enforcement also confiscated a memory stick from Billie Dunn's bedroom containing more than 300 pornographic photos and videos.
According to Mitchell County Sheriff Patrick Toombs, among all the photos and videos, there were images of child porn and beastiality.
"It's emotional enough just to be out there looking for Hailey. But to have this added dimension of the possibility of child pornography...it's so heartbreaking," said Shirley Crawford, who has been searching since January.
Searcher Stephanie Boyd said although she's disturbed by the findings, she believes it has little to do with Hailey's case.
"Most people that are into stuff like that...they're more into it for the pleasure than actually doing any physical harm," she said.
Lloyd said her group plans to continue focusing their efforts on Hailey rather than Billie and Shawn.
"Everybody has their opinion. To each their own. We're not out here to judge them, we're just out here to help find their child," she said.
According to Sheriff Toombs, it will be up to the Howard and Mitchell County D.A. to file criminal charges.