Holly Bobo's family waits for answers in disappearance - WKRN News 2

Holly Bobo's family waits for answers in daughter's disappearance

Posted: Updated: March 4, 2014 04:49 PM
Holly Bobo was abducted from her west Tennessee home on April 11, 2011. Holly Bobo was abducted from her west Tennessee home on April 11, 2011.
PARSONS, Tenn. -

The family of missing nursing student Holly Bobo continues to wait for answers as investigators focus their search on several locations and people.

The TBI is expected to continue gathering information following multiple search warrants  that were executed in recent days, including one on the home of Zachary Adams.

The family's pastor, Don Franks, has been by the Bobo's side since Holly disappeared nearly three years ago.

"Every day is a difficult day and of course when I having things go on like we had go on, it's a roller coaster for them. It really is," he said.

Pastor Franks told News 2 as far as he knows there was no connection between Holly and 29-year-old Adams.

Adams' home and property in Holladay, Tenn. was the focus of a massive search Friday that stretched into the weekend.  He has not been named a suspect in Holly's disappearance.

Adams remains jailed on a $1 million bond on an unrelated aggravated assault charge.  He was also recently arrested on drug charges at his girlfriend's Benton County home.

"They are very thankful for everything law enforcement is doing and they worked very hard and diligent on it," Franks said.

Adams is due in court Wednesday for the drug charges.  He is scheduled to appear in court March 10 in Decatur County for the aggravated assault charge.

The TBI told News 2 the investigation is ongoing and they are analyzing evidence gathered through the searches they have conducted.

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