Second Person Charged in Holly Bobo Disappearance, Murder

Jason Wayne Autry, 39, is charged with one count of especially aggravated kidnapping and one count of felony murder in the first degree. (Photo: Tennessee Bureau of Investigation)

Jason Wayne Autry, 39, is charged with one count of especially aggravated kidnapping and one count of felony murder in the first degree. (Photo: Tennessee Bureau of Investigation)

DECATURVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has arrested a second person in the disappearance and murder of Holly Bobo.

The new person charged is Jason Wayne Autry, 39, of Holladay.  He faces one count of especially aggravated kidnapping and one count of felony murder in the first degree.

Autry was indicted Tuesday afternoon by a special grand jury.  He is being held in the Riverbend Maximum Security Institution in Davidson County, Tennessee on an unrelated aggravated assault conviction.

Autry’s friend, Zachary Rye Adams, is also charged in the case.  Adams was arrested in March 2014.

Holly Bobo disappeared from her home in Decatur County, Tennessee on April 13, 2011.  Her body has not been found.

The investigation remains active and ongoing, with the possibility of additional charges and arrests. A reward for information leading to additional arrests remains in place. Anyone with information about the case should contact the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND (824-3462).



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