Jason Wayne Autry, 39, who is in custody on an unrelated
aggravated assault conviction, was indicted by a special grand
jury in the disappearance of Holly Bobo, a cousin of country
music singer Whitney Duncan.
Autry and the first suspect, Zachary Rye Adams, 29, were close
friends, said Mark Gwyn, director of the Tennessee Bureau of
Investigation. He said investigators believe there are other
people who have information about, or were possibly involved in,
Autry and Adams both are from Holladay, Tennessee, about 16
miles from the Bobo house. Adams has been charged with the
murder and aggravated kidnapping of Bobo and with coercion of a
Bobo was last seen in April 2011 by her brother, who told
investigators he saw a man he mistook for her boyfriend lead the
then 20-year-old woman away from the family home in Darden,
Tennessee, about 90 miles southwest of Nashville. Her body has
not been found.
When Adams was arrested in early March, prosecutors said
authorities believed they could prove Bobo was taken from her
(Reporting by Tim Ghianni; editing by David Bailey and Mohammad Zargham)
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