Third man charged in death of nursing student Holly Bobo

More than $450,000 in reward money was offered after Holly Bobo disappeared in 2011. Her remains were found in September.

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  • Two others were indicted last year
  • The three face various charges, including first-degree murder and kidnapping

(CNN)Authorities have charged a third man with murder in the 2011 disappearance of Tennessee nursing student Holly Bobo.

John Dylan Adams was indicted this week and is facing the same charges as two other suspects, special prosecutor Jennifer Nichols said.
The two others, Jason Wayne Autry and Zachary Adams, were indicted last year. Each was charged with first-degree murder and aggravated kidnapping. They have pleaded not guilty.
    Bobo, 20, was last seen in April 2011. Her brother told authorities he saw a man in camouflage leading her away from their home in Darden, Tennessee.
    Several witnesses provided information that led to charges against Autry, said Mark Gwyn, director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
    The case rocked the largely rural area of central Tennessee as residents rallied to find her.
    Bobo's remains were found in Decatur County, Tennessee, in September, investigators said at the time.