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The mother of missing Hailey Dunn, 13, has hired a lawyer and is no longer speaking with media.
Billie Dunn has hired attorney John S. Young to represent her in her three misdemeanor charges: hindering and apprehension, possession of dangerous drugs and false report to a police officer.
Young says he isn't convinced a search warrant for Adkins body was issued last Thursday.
"(Police) didn't even have an arrest warrant for the boyfriend, it was a matter of wanting to talk to him," said Young.
Shawn Adkins is the only listed person of interest in Hailey's case. Seconds after leaving jail on Friday, Billie admitted to KTAB that she had lied to police.
That same day Billie filed a no-trespassing order against Adkins. However on Saturday law enforcement reported Adkins and Billie were seen together in Snyder.
Sheriff Patrick Toombs with the Mitchell County Sheriff's Office says investigators are now analyzing the items taken from the Adkins family home in Dunn last week.
"That search warrant is being analyzed now and being looked at and once we come up with what was on that stuff then there could be future search warrants or possible arrests made off that information," said Toombs.
The Mitchell County District Attorney's office and the Mitchell County Sheriff's Office say they served two search warrants last week, one for the Adkins family home in Dunn and one for Adkins.