Billie Dunn Holds Press Conference to Explain Her Timeline of Events Into Hailey's Disappearance

by Anayeli Ruiz
NewsWest 9

COLORADO CITY - It's been more than a month and there's still no word on missing Colorado City teen Hailey Dunn. On Monday, Hailey's mother, Billie Dunn spoke out again during a press conference, hoping her words will help bring Hailey back home. 

Dunn tells NewsWest 9, she has her own order of events of how Hailey's disappearance went down.

In Monday's press conference, Dunn wanted to explain the events that happened before and after the disappearance of her daughter .

"It was reported we hosted a New Year's Eve party at our house. This is an absurdity beyond belief, family members were at my house to be with me in this time of distress," Dunn said.

Hailey's mother read straight from a script and took no questions during the press conference. She wanted everyone to know her thoughts on everything from the disappearance of her daughter, the fact that her live-in boyfriend is a person of interest and what her family has had to endure the past month.

"It has been over month since Hailey disappeared and knowing someone might have information but law enforcement officials still have not gone and questioned them, is disturbing to me," Dunn said.

Dunn has released her own timeline of events. It's what she thinks happened before and after Hailey's disappearance. Authorities don't quite agree with how she says things have happened.

"This here is OK, it matches our timeline but some does not. We couldn't take any of this to court and we sure couldn't count on it to spend time finding Hailey," Colorado City Manager, Pete Kampfer, said.

Authorities reassured everyone that they are looking into every lead and doing anything in their power to find Hailey.

"We are working simultaneously with tips and things that we get. At the same time, developing our own theories and working on some things we need to eliminate," Kampfer said.

Authorities have confirmed that pieces of clothing were found by volunteers in Howard County. A pair of socks are now in the hands of Colorado City Police.  They would not say if the evidence is related to the case.