LEXINGTON, Tenn. (AP) -- A woman has testified that she saw a missing Tennessee nursing student tied up and crying on a video.
The Jackson Sun reports testimony on Tuesday came during a preliminary hearing for Jeffrey Kurt Pearcy, who is charged with tampering with evidence and accessory after the fact in the Holly Bobo case. The charges concern an alleged video of Bobo after she was abducted in 2011.
The judge ruled that there was enough evidence for a grand jury to weigh charges against Pearcy after testimony from Sandra King, who said Pearcy showed her the video in May.
Pearcy and his attorney, Olin Baker, have maintained that there is no video and that Pearcy is innocent.
Two other men, Zachary Adams and Jason Autry, have pleaded not guilty to kidnapping and murder charges.
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