NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — NewsChannel 5 has learned more about the terms of release for the final suspect in the Holly Bobo murder case.
Jason Autry walked out of prison last week and I was curious about the terms of release. His release documents are more interesting for what they don’t say. Autry is under a period of court ordered supervision, but there does not appear to be any restrictions on where he can go.
He could be in a halfway house or living with friends or family.
Autry pleaded guilty to lesser charges of facilitation of especially aggravated kidnapping and solicitation to commit first-degree murder in the case. He already served most of his eight-year sentence while awaiting trial. So, with time served, he walked away pretty much free and clear.
Autry cut a deal and became the ace witness for the prosecution in the high-profile trial of Zach Adams, who was convicted of murder and is currently serving life. Autry, who was there with him, is a free man somewhere this morning.