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The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has said two more men have been arrested and charged as accessories in connection with the kidnapping and murder of Holly Bobo.

The brothers were arrested on May 29.

Mark Pearcy and Jeffrey Kurt Pearcy have been charged with tampering with evidence and accessory after the fact, according to TBI spokesperson Josh DeVine.

DeVine wouldn't comment further on what the evidence is or the circumstances around the charges.

"Out of respect for the judicial process, we cannot speak to the particular possible pieces of evidence in this case," he said in an email to The Jackson Sun. "We continue our work to follow the leads wherever they might lead. We won't stop until we find a sense of justice and closure for the family and friends of Holly Bobo."

According to Jeffrey Pearcy's attorney, Olin Baker, the charges and claims against Jeffrey Pearcy are untrue.

According to the affidavit for Jeffery Pearcy, investigators believe he has "shown a visual recording on an electronic device to an individual. According to the witness, this visual recording shows information that will prove to be beneficial in the prosecution of a current on-going investigation being conducted by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation."

The affidavit doesn't mention if the charges are in relation to the Bobo case.

Investigators believe that Jeffrey Pearcy has possession or has knowledge of where the video is, according to the affidavit.

The affidavit states that Jeffrey Pearcy is an "accessory after the fact due to his conduct concerning the concealment of evidence into the investigation."

Tampering with evidence is a Class C Felony and accessory after the fact is a Class E Felony.

Jeffrey Pearcy, 42, is currently being held in Henderson County without bond.

Mark Pearcy was transferred from Decatur County to Carroll County last week and is also being held without bond.

Mark Pearcy is not being represented by Baker.

Both men are expected to be in court tomorrow morning for their arraignments.

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