Chilling Words From Holly Bobo's Accused Killer

Published 03/06 2014 11:05PM

Updated 03/07 2014 02:42PM

PARSONS, TN (localmemphis) -- The morning Holly Bobo went missing, the man now charged with kidnapping and murdering her, logged onto Facebook.

"You never was you stupid (expletive)" Zachary Adams posted on April 13, 2011.

Adams does not provide any context about who he was talking about or what could have led him to post it.

It isn't the only post raising eyebrows on Adams' page a day after he was indicted on kidnapping and murder charges.

Last December, the reward money for information leading to an arrest in the Bobo investigation was raised to $250,000.

Days later, Adams posted "Who am I looking for?" with a picture of himself in camouflage. 

A friend writes, "Holly Bobo?" 

Adams doesn't respond.

"He got deep into drugs and it changed him, and it changed him fast," said Ashley Gliem, Adams' former step-sister. "He did some crazy things."

Gliem says she moved to Pennsylvania to get away from Adams. News of his arrest did not surprise her.

"He came home one night high and he went to his room, grabbed a shotgun, went outside and shot the neighbors dog," she said. 

Gliem said about 15 years ago, when the two were teens, he once threatened her while the two watched TV.

"He had a knife out and he told me how he wanted to gut me and hang me from a tree," she said.

She adds she was shocked to learn Adams was arrested and charged with aggravated assault for saying something similar to a girl he was dating.

"Wow, he still says stuff like that all these years later?" Gliem said, recounting her first reaction to hearing the reason for Adams' arrest.

In early February, Adams posted that he was in a relationship. 

Reached by phone, the Camden woman declined an on-camera interview.

"I love him and I don't think he did it. And that's really all I have to say," she said, before hanging up.

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