Holly Bobo Missing Since 4/13/11 in Darden, TN … Now Search Warrants Issued by TBI on Property Owned by Zachary Adams (Update: Zach Adams Booked into Decatur County Jail Friday, Charged with Aggravated Assault)
Holly Bobo has been missing since the morning of April 13, 2011 when she was seen with a man in camouflage being taken into the woods from her Swan Johnson Road home in Darden, Tennessee. Holly Bobo has not been seen nor heard from since. Now after years of there could be a break in the case of the missing nursing student, Holly Bobo. On Friday, the TBI executed search warrants in the investigation into the disappearance of Decatur County Holly Bobo on property on Adams Lane owned by Zachary Adams. Also on Friday according to Decatur County Sheriff Roy Wyatt, 29 yer old Zach Adams was booked into the Decatur County Jail on a charge of aggravated assault. It was not known whether these charges are connected with the Holly Bobo missing persons case
TBI Director Mark Gwyn spoke to media Friday afternoon at the scene of one location where authorities were executing search warrants in the investigation into the disappearance of Decatur County nursing student Holly Bobo.
Gwyn said authorities will continue their searches today, Saturday and possibly Sunday at a property on Adams Lane in northern Decatur County and other locations. He wouldn’t say what the other locations are, just that there are multiple locations being searched in Decatur and surrounding counties.
Authorities have been searching the property on Adams Lane since early this morning.
Property records indicate the property is owned by Zachary Adams. Gwyn declined to comment about Adams.
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The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that they have sent a cadaver dog to assist with search efforts going on Friday in connection to the Holly Bobo Case.
Chip Washington with the SCSO confirmed that the office has sent a cadaver dog to the scene.
About 30 miles away on Adams Lane in Decatur County, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and Shelby County Cadaver dogs on scene looking for any sign of Bobo’s presence.
In the meantime, the man who lives at the residence, Zach Adams, is locked up on assault charges.
The TBI is not naming Adams as a suspect, but many are suspicious.
“My feeling the entire time was that it was somebody that is close to this community, it’s such a small area that it would have shocked me if it has been just random. I feel like she was targeted for some reason,” said Kyla Cooper.
UPDATE III: Adams is the owner of property searched Friday in connection to the Holly Bobo case has been arrested.
The search warrants were executed at property off Highway 69 in Decatur County Friday.
Investigators wouldn’t say what they were looking for, but at least two vehicles were towed away and a cadaver dog from the Shelby County Sheriff’s office was brought in to help with the search.
Saturday, investigators searched a well using underwater cameras.
Agents were seen from chopper images sifting dirt and looking for clues in an area behind Adams’ home. They used metal probes as they searched the grounds. Also, the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office had a cadaver dog to assist with the investigation. Two to three more cadaver dogs will be made available to participate in the search again Saturday.
At least four vehicles were towed away from a property as a result of the search warrants. In addition, officials conducted interviews in surrounding counties.
This was also a comment from the article where Holly was prior to her disappearance being what is described as stalked.
Family members say she was leaving for school when they believed she was kidnapped.
Danielle Darnell, who lives in the area, says she and Holly Bobo’s mother saw three men acting strangely one week before Holly disappeared. She says she has known Adams her whole life.
Darnell says Adams and two of his friends were following Holly at a coon hunt dinner.
“Holly was on stage walking around the coon hunt. They basically stalked her a little bit,” she said.
UPDATE V: Tweets from Will Nunly (WKRN)covering the search and investigation of missing Holly Bobo.
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