Billy Joe Cook, the ex-boyfriend of Leslie Adams disputes details included in search warrant documents recently made public.
According to search warrant documents, on Oct. 20 Adams went to a Midtown club with a male friend. Cook, who was at the club, tried to start a fight with the man, identified only as David in the documents.
Contacted Tuesday, Cook acknowledged he was at the Midtown club that night but said he did not know Adams was there. And he denied trying to pick a fight with anyone.
“I don’t know David,” he said. “Never seen him before.”
Cook said he went to the club to see a show.
“It was a big concert,” he said. “There were a lot of artists there, so I just wanted to see the concert.”
According to the reports. Adams took out a temporary restraining order against Billy Joe Cook prior to her disappearance.
The search warrant report also said police found blood and a bullet casing in Adams’ apartment after she disappeared. Cook, who Adams had taken out a temporary protection order against in the days before she went missing, denied involvement in her disappearance.
A search of the missing Leslie Adams’ apartment has turned up some evidence that may explain why no one has seen her since late October. Police found a bullet casing and blood in Leslie Adams’ apartment.
In their search of a missing Lilburn woman’s apartment, police reported finding a bullet casing and blood.
The grim details from search warrant documents might help explain why no one has seen or heard from Leslie Adams, 40, since late October. The search warrant for Adams’ Lilburn apartment spells out a cold reality. The warrant application says that police had probable cause to believe that Adams was killed in her apartment.
The warrant was filed Oct. 25, one day after Adams was reported missing by her sister Roberta Adams. Gwinnett County police crime scene technicians investigated the apartment that day.
This is certainly not a good sign.
The items found in the bedroom included a Winchester .45 shell casing, blood samples from the carpet and wood floor and a hair sample from the bed.
Police also found a comforter, flat sheet, fitted sheet and a pillowcase in the dryer and clothing, rags and towels in the washer. On the apartment door, police found a handwritten note.
Gwinnett County police spokesman Darren Moloney said that police are awaiting test results from the GBI on evidence. He had no other comment.
A reward of $25,000 has been offered for information leading to Adams’ return or the conviction of anyone involved in her disappearance.
Anyone with information is asked to call Head at 770-513-5300.