The man accused of murdering Holly Bobo after kidnapping her from her home skipped his court hearing on Wednesday so the judge ordered him to appear at the next scheduled date as witness coercion charges are added to his already lengthy list with regards to her disappearance.
Zachary Adams, 29, has been charge with the murder of the 20-year-old nursing student, although authorities have not yet said if they have located her body.
He has pleaded not guilty but has not retained an attorney yet and the state is reportedly refusing to begin discovery in the case, according to NBC affiliate WSMV.
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In the newly released court affidavit, Adams has been charge with witness coercion.
He is being held at the Chester County Jail and when he learned another inmate was being transferred to the same jail where his younger brother is being held he allegedly sent him a threatening message.
The affidavit reportedly said the message to John Dylan Adams, his brother who is serving time at another jail for a stolen firearms charge, said “He’s the one who started this [expletive] and if he don’t shut his mouth he will be in the hole beside her.”
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Adams must appear in court at 1 pm on April 30, 2014.