by Jason Lamb
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A Middle Tennessee community is rallying behind the family of Holly Bobo, just days after the TBI announced an indictment against her accused killer Zachary Adams.
Folks in Henderson County took part in a ride in her honor.
About 100 cars, trucks and motorcycles took part in the rally and drive that left Lexington around 3:30 Saturday afternoon.
Many of the people decorated their cars in pink – Holly's favorite color.
Most of the people at the rally in Lexington didn't even know Holly but they said it was important for the community to show support.
The organizer of the event said he felt this was the best way to honor Holly and her family.
"It's to show that anybody can stop here for a couple hours in the day, no matter what you're doing come and join the ride, just show your support for the family," said Jessie Stanfill.
The rally ended at the fairgrounds in Decatur county Saturday where they held a prayer service.