Timeline of Holly Bobo's disappearance
—Holly Bobo went missing April, 13 2011.
—According to Holly's brother, the 20-year-old nursing student was seen being led into the woods by a man in camouflage in Parsons, Tenn.
—Following her disappearance, an $85,000 reward was offered for information leading to the return of Holly and the arrest of her abductor.
—In June 2011, the TBI continues to release only limited information about their findings, which they said protects the investigation as it continues to evolve.
—As of June 2011, Investigators said they have no reason to believe Holly has been taken out of West Tennessee.
—Four months after her disappearance, a vigil at the Decatur County Fairgrounds.
—As of September 2011, Holly Bobo's mother admits to calling the TBI every day.
—In Feb, 2012, a three day search where investigators went on horseback revealed evidence in Holly's disappearance. Investigators did not share what that evidence was.
—Fifteen months later and flyers show there is a $250,000 reward for Holly's return.
—Twenty-two months later the family tells Action News 5 they believe her kidnapper was waiting and watching her to leave her home.
—May 2013, a search party led by Holly Bobo's mother finds Holly Bobo's cellphone about 8 miles from her home. The SIM card had been removed and was found about a mile from the phone. Using a map, investigators were able to find Holly's receipts and lunchbox.
—Federal Bureau of Investigation conducted a search at the home of Zachary Adams on Friday, February 28, 2014. The TBI said they received credible information, which led to obtaining search warrants.
—A grand jury handed down an indictment March 5, 2014 charging Zachary Adams with especially aggravated kidnapping and first-degree felony murder in connection with the three-year disappearance of Holly Bobo.
—Jason Wayne Autry is charged on April 29, 2014 with especially aggravated kidnapping and first-degree felony murder.
—No immunity agreement ruling made for Shayne Austin on May 27, 2014 . The 29-year-old had signed an immunity agreement, according to his lawyer, but the agreement may be null and void for untruthfulness.
—Brothers Mark and Jeffrey Pearcy have been charged with tampering with evidence and accessory after the fact.