The brother of a man serving a life sentence for the rape and murder of Tennessee nursing student Holly Bobo has pleaded guilty Monday to facilitating her kidnapping and murder.
Adams, 26, said little in state court in Savannah, Tennessee, other than to quietly acknowledge to Judge C. Creed McGinley that he agreed to the plea deal.
Bobo was 20 in 2011, when her disappearance in rural Parsons, Tennessee sparked a massive search. Adams is now charged with kidnapping, raping and killing the nursing student when she was 20-years-old. Her remains were found in September 2014 in woods not far from her home.
Under the plea, Adams does not admit guilt, only that such a plea is in the best interest of everyone and he can not appeal. Adams will serve 35 years total.
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'We're very pleased today to end up with a guilty plea, ' mother Karen Bobo said to media, according to WKRN.
There have been no court dates scheduled for Jason Autry, the third person charged in connection with Bobo's death.
There is a new development in the Holly Bobo murder case.
Autry testified against Zach Adams and had previously reached a plea deal in the case, according to WKRN.
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John Dylan Adams acknowledged that prosecutors had evidence to convict him of kidnapping Holly Bobo.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has said that the Bobo investigation was the most exhaustive and expensive in the agency's history.
"I see a foot moving and I hear a sound of distress come out of the blanket", Autry said during the trial.
After they realized she was still alive, Zach Adams pulled out a gun and shot her, Autry testified.
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