NASHVILLE, Tenn. — There has been a possible break in the Holly Bobo case with two brothers being held behind bars.
Holly Bobo a 20-year-old nursing student disappeared on April 13, 2011. She was last seen outside of her home being led into the woods.
Her brother, Clint Bobo, witnessed the abduction but did not know initially that she was in trouble and thought the man she was with was her boyfriend that she was in the process of breaking up with.
It’s been an agonizing nearly three ordeal for the family who now has renewed hope due to new leads in the Holly Bobo case.
Two brothers, Zachary and Dylan Adams, are being held on unrelated charges.
Convicted felon Zachary Adams, 29, is being held on charges related to the assault of his girlfriend’s sister.
According to his Facebook page, he has been in a relationship with his girlfriend Trisha Evans since Feb. 7, and she does not believe the assault allegations are true.
Dylan Adams, according to his mother, has been in federal custody since July.
The Adams brothers are reportedly linked to a group of individuals that are violent and dangerous drug dealers.
Zachary Adams claims his house was broken into in mid February and alludes to consequences for whoever robbed his home. He posted,
Well facebook friends my house was broken in to and it really hurts my feelings. If anyone is caught up my driveway you will be on camera so smile. And for the person who did this goodluck your in dyer need i promise.
The intensive investigation includes the the TBI, FBI and local authorities, and it appears that they are trying to hone in on the weakest link which they believe is Zachary Adams.
The mother of Holly Bobo had said that a group of men were bothering her daughter at a coon hunt dinner just a week before her disappearance. One of those men is reported to be Zachary Adams.
Private investigator Bill Warner has information about an attempted abduction of Heather Sullivan from Tennessee and discusses the similarity between the two cases.