The man whose property was searched by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation over the weekend in connection to the disappearance of Holly Bobo is being held on $1 million bond for threatening a woman last month.
Zachary Adams was arrested Friday for holding a gun to Amber Bray's head and threatening to "gut" her, according to an affidavit of complaint obtained by News 2. His bond was initially set at $250,000 but later increased.
The alleged incident happened February 6 inside Adams' Adams Lane home in Holladay in west Tennessee, about 90 miles west of Nashville.
Adams, 29, also has pending drug charges in Benton County.
According to court records in that county, after a search warrant was executed at the home of Adams' girlfriend on February 26, officers charged him with possession of methamphetamines, marijuana and unlawful drug paraphernalia.
Adams has past convictions in Decatur County for felony possession of marijuana, felony probation violation, felony theft of property $10,000 to $60,000 and misdemeanor assault with threat of bodily injury.
Adams has not been named as suspect in the disappearance of Holly Bobo, but TBI agents searched his property over the weekend.
The TBI said credible information in connection with the Bobo investigation led them to search the property.
The search did not continue Monday due in part to the weather, according to the TBI.
The TBI told News 2 it is not certain if the search will resume on Tuesday. They said the investigation is ongoing.
Bobo was abducted from her home outside Parsons on April 13, 2011. She has not been seen or heard from since.
Adams is next due in court on March 5 for the drug charges in Benton County and on March 10 for the charges in Decatur County.
He is being held in the Chester County jail.
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