When Jill Wolfrey saw Annette’s photograph in the local paper, she claimed she telephoned the Police Department. She recalled to the dispatcher how Tex Meyer brought a “slim, attractive, light-haired girl” to her home in early August for a babysitter interview. She thought that peculiar because “Tex’s girlfriends were usually homely.” She said she never hired the girl because the girl “seemed more interested” in the animals then being a sitter for her small children. When she told the girl, she wanted “someone more mature,” Jill said the girl took it well, but “Tex became very angry.”
According to Jill, Tex began behaving belligerent with her and had even exposed himself to her while the two cleaned out a barn. She reported the incident to Dan, who made it clear to Tex that if his rude behavior toward Jill did not cease immediately, he would be fired. Jill reportedly had no further trouble with Tex.
Mike Metzger knew about the “flashing” incident. According to Mike, Tex became intoxicated later that same evening and said “Jill Wolfrey was a bitch and should be shot.” Tex then threatened to go to Jill’s house and shoot her, but Mike and his friend Lavon calmed Tex down.
When questioned by deputies, Tex denied “flashing” Jill Wolfrey. He said he was relieving himself as Mike Metzger acted as “look-out,” with Jill mistaking it for something else. Tex claimed the incident was a “harmless misunderstanding.” Mike Metzger denied he acted as lookout.