Aggravated Assault Charges Dropped Against Zach Adams
DECATURVILLE, Tenn. -- The aggravated assault charges against Zach Adams, the man accused of kidnapping and murdering nursing student Holly Bobo, were dropped on Tuesday morning.
The charges against Adams, 29, stemmed from the accusation that he held a revolver to a woman's head and threatened to kill her on Feb. 6.
The charges also said that he pulled a knife on her and threatened to "gut" her. The charges were dropped because the victim did not to testify, according to court documents.
On April 2, Adams was also charged with coercion of a witness. On Tuesday, this charge was bound over to the grand jury.
Adams reportedly asked an unnamed inmate to - "Tell my brother he is the one who started this (expletive) and if he don't shut his mouth he will be in the hole beside her."
The TBI announced a press conference revealing new and significant developments in the Holly Bobo case on Tuesday.