In a case that has been active and ongoing since 2011, the disappearance of Holly Bobo has sent shock waves of fear and disbelief throughout Tennessee. The twenty year old nursing student was last seen being led into the woods by a man dressed in camouflage near her home. Bobo’s brother, Clint, had reported witnessing his sister being led by an unknown man into the woods at around 7:30 Wednesday morning. Initially, he proclaimed that the man in camouflage was her boyfriend, but called the authorities after finding blood outside. At the time, investigators did not think that the University of Tennessee nursing student went willingly into those woods. They combed the surrounding area and uncovered items that are reported to belong to Holly, including a lunchbox. The case seemed to have gone cold after a few years of false leads, and incredibly bad reporting from the local news outlets that only complicated the investigation. Now, Decatur County is holding their breath as new details have shed light on her disappearance, and the TBI has made an arrest in the murder of the nursing student. Zach Adams has been accused of the crime, and that the key to finding the still missing Holly Bobo may be his brother, Dylan Adams. The two brothers live with their grandfather, Dick Adams, and the TBI searched the property in February. Dylan reportedly stated that he had seen Bobo alive with his brother after she had gone missing. Now, a second man has been indicted in the murder of Bobo, Jason Wayne Autry. His exact charges are for first degree murder and aggravated kidnapping. The TBI, however, has also said that they have not yet recovered Bobo’s body. Autry is already serving time in the Riverbed Maximum Security Prison on previous convictions unrelated to the case, but investigators uncovered that Autry is a close friend of Adams. Although the case is listed as active and ongoing, the question of motive remains, as well as if investigators will be able to locate the body of Holly Bobo in the remote region. What led the authorities to believe that the nursing student had been murdered remains a mystery as well, as they have not released a statement concerning what led them to such a conclusion.