Soldiers from Fort Hood joined the search teams that were trained by KlaasKids and Laura Recovery Center, two organizations formed by family members and friends of missing teenagers.
Billie Jean Dunn said Friday afternoon she remains thankful for the group’s continued search efforts.
“I’m on my way taking water to the groups right now,” she said from her cell phone.
Dunn said she was relieved to hear that the memory stick retrieved from her home did not contain any child pornography.
“One of the investigators told me that there was no child pornography on it. That made me feel a little bit better,” she added.
She did say that there was adult pornography on it.
“The only thing that came out of my house during the search was the memory stick. They (law enforcement officials) asked me whose it was and I told them I didn’t know. I didn’t recognize it,” said Dunn.
“They told me that it came out of Shawn’s dresser and I told them I guess it was his then.”
Shawn Adkins is the only named suspect in the case of the teenager last seen on Dec. 27 from her home in Colorado City.
Adkins told investigators early on in the investigation that he saw the teen walking to a friend’s house to spend the night.
However, Hailey Dunn never arrived and Billie Dunn reported her missing Dec. 28.
Adkins said on an Internet talk show Thursday night that he was surprised at the child pornography and bestiality found on a computer confiscated from his mother’s home in Big Spring, adding that several people had access to the computer.
Possession of child pornography could result in grand jury indictments and Adkins said he was aware of that possibility.
“There’s a possibility that I might be going to jail for something I never did,” he said on the radio show.
The cases would be prosecuted by Howard County District Attorney Hardy Wilkerson and 32nd District Attorney Ann Reed of Sweetwater.