Day two of the Holly Bobo murder trial ended with a tense couple of hours while Zach Adams' ex-girlfriend testified against him.
SAVANNAH, Tenn. - Jurors in the Holly Bobo murder trial were shown crime scene photos as testimony resumed on day two.
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Special Agent Lawrence James with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation took the stand and went through a series of photos taken from the Bobo home on the day Holly disappeared.
One of them showed blood in the carport near her Ford Mustang.
Closer look at some of the crime scene photos being shown to the jury right now. Most are blood stains found in family's garage #hollybobo pic.twitter.com/2dPKFd0wBg— Chris Conte (@NC5_ChrisConte) September 12, 2017
Closer look at some of the crime scene photos being shown to the jury right now. Most are blood stains found in family's garage #hollybobo pic.twitter.com/2dPKFd0wBg
Zach Adams' ex-girlfriend, Rebecca Earp, also took the stand and gave testimony to Adams' possible involvement in Bobo's death.
Zach Adams' Ex-Girlfriend Testifies Against Him
She told the jury that Adams had threatened her saying, "He said he would tie me up just like he did Holly Bobo and nobody would ever see me again."
She also recalled a moment that Adams responded to a news story on Bobo's disappearance saying, "He made the comment 'they'll never be able to find her.'"
Zach Adam's ex-girlfriend recalls Zach talking about the remains of #hollybobo, but claims Zach changed his story saying it was meth— Chris Conte (@NC5_ChrisConte) September 12, 2017
Zach Adam's ex-girlfriend recalls Zach talking about the remains of #hollybobo, but claims Zach changed his story saying it was meth
The Defense went after Earp on multiple things including her "foggy" memory, her changing of statements throughout the years, and her former drug use with Adams.
Earp was on the stand for almost two hours in which she was direct examined and cross examined twice.
On Monday, the jury heard testimony from several of Holly Bobo's family members, including her mother, who collapsed while on the stand.
Seven of the 200 witnesses on the State's list took the stand, but there was not a lot of cross examination nor any DNA evidence linking Adams to the crime.
The trial will begin with more testimony from a Decatur County Officer.
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