Holly Bobo Case: Owner of property searched arrested

DECATUR COUNTY, Tenn. (WREG/WBBJ) Multiple sources say the owner of the property searched Friday in connection to the Holly Bobo case has been arrested.

Zachary Adams is charged with aggravated assault.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation confirms search warrants were executed at the property Friday, and a Shelby County cadaver dog is being used in the search.

The TBI blocked the entrance to property near exit 126 off of 1-40 toward Parsons.

Adams is said to be good friends with Bobo’s cousin.
Several cars have been towed away by the TBI.

Holly Bobo was 20 years old when she mysteriously disappeared from her home in Parsons, Tenn., in April 2011.

Holly’s brother Clint said he saw her led into the woods by a man wearing camouflage.

He said it was too far to clearly identify who was with his sister.
There have been many tips in the case, but nothing that has led to significant evidence.

According to the TBI, “To say we have a suspect in this case would be premature. We have been working leads on this case which led to the search warrant executions.”



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