It is an anniversary no one asked for, certainly one no one wanted; six years ago Holly Bobo was seen walking from her home in Parsons, and no one would ever see her alive again.
However, on this anniversary, things were far from over. In three months, Zach Adams will go on trial for his alleged role in her death. The trial, in Hardin County, will consist of 12 jurors and three alternates. A pool was chosen last week, which adds another layer of uncertainty.
The state will be seeking the death penalty, so if a guilty verdict is found, sentencing could take at least a few days.
“We don't want to try the case twice, it's expensive to house these jurors it's been an expensive process to get to this point,” said legal analyst Nick Leonardo.
Even though potential jurors have been selected, the jury will not be seated until the week before the trial starts on July 10.