According to the Snyder Daily News, an entry on the blotter at the Scurry County Law Enforcement Center Sunday afternoon stated a woman called and asked to speak to an officer on the telephone in reference to both Dunn and Adkins being together at the callerís residence looking for someone.
The officer responding stated there was not a vehicle at the location and no contact was made.
Monday, 2 p.m. Update:
Billie Dunn tells KRBC's Jessica Reyes she has hired an attorney and is no longer able to speak with the media.
Dunn was scheduled to do an interview with Reyes at 3 p.m Monday and canceled.
Just a few days after the mother of Hailey Dunn claimed to have cut off ties with her former boyfriend and the only named suspect in her daughter's disappearance, law enforcement says the pair met in Scurry County over the weekend.
Mitchell County Sheriff Patrick Toombs says his investigators have learned Billie Dunn and Shawn Adkins met up in Snyder on Saturday.
On Friday, Dunn revealed she filed a no trespassing order that would keep Adkins off her property. Toombs confirmed the filing took place but says this hasn't kept the pair from meeting elsewhere.
In response to Sheriff Toombs' comments, Billie Dunn told KRBC's Jessica Reyes the accusations were not true. She says she and Adkins haven't seen each other since her arrest on Thursday.
Over the weekend, many of the volunteer searchers questioned why Dunn would choose to file a no-trespassing order at this point in the investigation.
"Why, almost three months after your 13-year-old daughter goes missing? Why not do it that first day," Stephanie Boyd questioned on Sunday.
Dunn said Adkins can't be on her property for a year under the order. She says she filed it after investigators told her about threats they found in his phone.
She was arrested Thursday when police came to her home looking for Adkins and she lied and said he wasn't there.
Investigators also searched Adkins' grandmother's residence in Dunn Thursday. Toombs says officials are analyzing devices seized from the home.
"Once we come up with what was on that stuff, then there could be either future search warrants or possibly arrests, either in the missing person case on Hailey Dunn or on the child pornography case," he said.
Hailey was reported missing on December 28, 2010 in Colorado City.