The man accused of murdering Holly Bobo has been charged with coercing witnesses.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation accused Zachary Rye Adams, 29, of a single count of witness coercion on Tuesday.
Adams was already in Chester County Jail without bond when he was served with the arrest warrant. On March 8, he was indicted on first-degree murder and especially aggravated kidnapping charges related to Bobo's 2011 disappearance.
"We will not tolerate any kind of coercion in criminal cases," said TBI Director Mark Gywn in a news release.
The investigation into Bobo's disappearance remains open.