Judge: Trial in Holly Bobo case will likely be moved

A judge says the trial in the case of a Tennessee woman who was kidnapped and killed will likely be moved from the rural county where she lived.
    
According to The Jackson Sun, Judge Creed McGinley said Wednesday that there has been a "significant amount of emotion in Decatur County" about the Holly Bobo case and he anticipates it will be impossible to select a jury in the county. He said "parties can safely say at this point that a change of venue will occur."
    
Bobo was 20 when she disappeared from her home in 2011. Two men found Bobo’s skull in some woods in 2014.
    
Jason Autry and brothers Zachary Adams and John Dylan Adams have been charged with murder. McGinley has targeted next April for a trial.
    

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