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« on: March 06, 2014, 10:21:21 AM »

Please post timelines pertaining to the case in this thread.

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« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2014, 11:35:14 AM »


Timeline of Events Surrounding Holly Bobo Disappearance
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April 13, 2011 – Holly Bobo is reported as missing.

April 15, 2011 – Rainy weather affects the Bobo search

April 18, 2011 – TBI says that they have searched about every part Decatur County, part of Henderson County and part of Benton County

April 18, 2011 -- Area businesses step up to assist law enforcement and volunteers

April 19, 2011 -- Twelve additional TBI agents arrive in Decatur County

April 20, 2011— Prayer vigil held marks one week of Holly Bobo missing

April 21, 2011 -- Amerawear in Lexington asked by the Bobo family to print t-shirts with her face on them

April 25, 2011 – Officials reveal that the average cost of the Bobo search is $500 a day

May 4, 2011 – Bobo family publicly thanks everyone for the help that have gotten from across the region.

May 6, 2011 – A 15-year-old Lexington girl faces criminal charges after telling police she was kidnapped at gunpoint and brought to Jackson.

July 12, 2011 -- Large, color decals featuring a picture of Holly, without makeup, go on sale for drivers of large trucks to purchase.

August 1, 2011 -- Police search for convicted sex offender Victor George Wall in connection to Bobo disappearance

October 13, 2011 -- Decatur Middle School students hold a special ceremony for Holly including balloons release marking 6-month anniversary of her disappearance

November 4, 2011 -- Decatur County Sheriff asks deer hunters for help to find Holly Bobo.

February 2, 2012 -- Community members in Decatur County raise Bobo reward to a quarter of million dollars

February 13, 2012 --   In wake of Bobo being missing for one year, students and faculty at Riverside High School organize event to learn how to protect their privacy on social networking sites.

August 27, 2012 -- Elizabeth Smart, who was abducted at age 14 from her Salt Lake City home and survived comes to Scotts Hill and speaks

February 18, 2012 -- TBI says they find Holly Bobo's purse

February 19, 2012 -- Holly Bobo's mother has tells investigators that the purse found near the site of her daughter's disappearance was not Holly's.

May 1, 2012 – Holly’s brother, the only witness to his sister's abduction, says he has endured police interrogations, has been strip searched and has received death threats.

May 16, 2012 -- Family petitions Governor Haslam and the Tennessee State Legislature to re-focus its efforts and resources to find all of the missing persons in Tennessee.

May 17, 2012 – TBI says non-profit organization “Without Warning” did not investigate the case of Holly Bobo, despite WSMV airing several stories during newscasts as well as a special documentary.

June 12, 2012 -- An Indiana man has been arrested and accused of trying to frame a police officer from North Webster, Ind., in the Bobo’s alleged abduction.

December 16, 2013 -- Bobo family offers $250,000 for information leading to an arrest and changing of a suspect.

February 28, 2014 -- Search warrant for Zach Adams executed in Holladay, Tenn.

February 28, 2014 -- The director of the TBI addresses the media about recent searches executed in connection to the search for Bobo.

February 28, 2014 -- Shelby County Sheriff's Office confirms that they have sent a cadaver dog to assist with search efforts going in connection to the Bobo case.

February 28, 2014 -- Zach Adams in jail on an aggravated assault charge, and according to the DCSO, might have more charges pending.

February 28, 2014 -- Benton County Sheriff confirms that Zach Adams was booked and released on drug related charges within the last two weeks.

March 1, 2014 -- Bobo's home community joins to pray for the Bobo’s return and answers in her case.

March 3, 2014 – Adams appears in court and is formally charged with aggravated assault. He is accused of holding a revolver to a woman's head and threatening to kill her on Feb. 6. He is also accused of pulling a knife on her and threatening to "gut" her. Adams is ordered to be held on a $1,000,000 bond.

March 4, 2014 – Copy of Zach Adams' previous arrest record in Decatur County is released, includes 14 arrests with 24 charges over a span of eight years - including various drug charges and aggravated assault.

March 5, 2014 -- TBI will host press conference about recent Holly Bobo developmentsTimeline of Events surrounding Holly Bobo disappearance


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« Reply #2 on: March 07, 2014, 02:06:39 AM »

Timeline of the day of Holly's abduction

Holly Bobo suspect shot his mom in knee 10 years ago
7:53 p.m. EST March 6, 2014

The day of Holly Bobo's abduction

Holly Bobo, 20, of Darden, Tenn., was kidnapped April 13, 2011, after she dressed for nursing school, ate breakfast and studied for a test.

• 4:30 a.m. CT: Bobo wakes up to study for a nursing exam she was scheduled to take at 8 a.m.

• 5:30 a.m.: Her dad, Dana Bobo, talks to his daughter through her bedroom door before leaving for work. He sets aside some gas money for her.

• 6:23 a.m.: Sunrise.

• 7 a.m.: Her mother, Karen Bobo, gets ready to leave the house for her elementary school teaching job but first fixes her daughter's lunch and puts breakfast in the microwave as Holly Bobo sits at the dining room table studying. Holly Bobo's brother, Clint Bobo, is in his bedroom asleep.

• About 7:05 a.m.: Holly Bobo talks on the phone to Hanna Reece, a friend and fellow nursing student. They had been texting about the test.

• 7:25 a.m.: Drew Scott, Holly Bobo's boyfriend, calls her. He had been turkey hunting since before daybreak on the property of Holly Bobo's grandmother.

• 7:30 to 7:35 a.m.: Scott, Holly Bobo and her mother exchange calls about the turkey hunt and some confusion among Karen Bobo's relatives about why Scott was hunting there.

• 7:40 a.m.: A close neighbor of the Bobos walks out of his home to go to his construction job, hears a scream from the Bobos' house, tells his mother about it and goes on to work.

• 7:45 a.m.: The neighbor's mother calls Karen Bobo and tells a school secretary to relay a message about the scream. This is also the time Holly Bobo usually would leave for school to arrive at 7:55 a.m.

• 7:50 a.m.: A barking dog wakes Clint Bobo up. He notices his sister's car still in the driveway and calls his mother's cellphone at school. His mother does not have the phone with her but receives the message from the school secretary, phones home and talks to her son, who tells her that Holly Bobo's car is still there.

• 7:55 a.m.: Karen Bobo calls 911 from school; she reaches the wrong county's emergency dispatcher. Clint Bobo looks out the window and sees a man dressed in camouflage walking with his sister toward the woods. Clint Bobo calls his sister's phone and gets voicemail; he also calls her boyfriend's phone and gets voicemail.

• A little before 8 a.m.: Karen Bobo calls her house again. Her son tells her that he saw his sister and her boyfriend walking toward the woods. Karen Bobo tells him that the man is not Holly Bobo's boyfriend and to call 911.

• 8 a.m.: Clint Bobo gets a loaded pistol at his mother's request and walks out the back door through an open garage attached to the house. He sees a puddle of blood near his sister's car. His neighbor's mother pulls up the driveway to say she heard screams 15 or 20 minutes ago. Clint Bobo then calls 911. At nursing school, a few of Holly Bobo's classmates wonder why she's not there; one thought she might have been in a car wreck.

• A little before 8:10 a.m.: The first deputy from Decatur County arrives at the house. Eventually, authorities come to believe that Holly Bobo was abducted as she tried to get in her car to drive to nursing school. She is not seen again.

• 8:15 a.m.: Karen Bobo returns home from the elementary school where she taught.

• 8:30 a.m.: Dana Bobo arrives home from work.
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