Mark Lynn Pearcy, DOB 12/09/1975, is a sex offender and METH dealer, an affidavit in the Holly Bobo case said that his brother Jeffrey Pearcy “has a video on an electronic device of Holly Bobo after she was kidnapped from her home ‘that will prove to be beneficial in the prosecution of a current on-going investigation being conducted by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.’ NewsChannel 5 obtained court documents from Decatur County, which suggested Mark Lynn Pearcy, his photo above, may have appeared in a video that could possibly be connected to the kidnapping of nursing student Holly Bobo. Mark Pearcy was arrested on May 29 2014 and charged with Accessory After the Fact and Tampering with evidence. Documents showed that, according to a witness, Mark Lynn Pearcy was identified as being in that video when it was recorded but officials will not comment on the content of the video.
I will tell you for a fact that I am aware of a network of sex offenders living in and around Lexington TN, Darden TN and Holladay TN who are into METH, that I have been told were linked to the kidnapping, rape and murder of Holly Bobo. I sent my information and report of an individual living north east of Lexington TN, who is a violent sex offender originally out of the Tampa Fl area, to the TBI and FBI on Saturday January 4th, 2014 for what it’s worth.
For over 10 years in Holladay TN Zach Adams, 29, ‘ran’ with at least two other guys committing drug and burglary crimes terrorizing Decatur County TN, they are Jason Autry, 39, and Shayne Austin, 29, the A-Team of Adams, Autry, Austin, they were meth dealers. Zach Adams and Jason Autry, their photos above, have multiple Felony convictions for Manufacture/Sale of Meth.
TBI Director Mark Gwyn said Holly Bobo’s murder kidnapping case has to do with meth. “I worked one of the first methamphetamine-related murders back into the 90s, where a guy kidnapped two young men, tortured them for seven days, killed both of them, threw them off into Center Hill Lake,” Gwyn said. “Fast-forward to 2014 to Holly Bobo’s kidnapping and murder, and I thought in my career that would be the only time I would ever see anything like that.”
Just last year, 11 Indicted on Federal Drug Charges, Jackson, TN – Federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies arrested 11 suspects Thursday in Henderson, Decatur, Benton, and Madison counties following indictments for federal drug trafficking violations, (METH) announced U.S. Attorney Edward L. Stanton III. The charges in the indictments stem from the illegal activity of possessing and distributing methamphetamine. Each of the 12 suspects was charged with unlawfully and knowingly possessing with intent to distribute a mixture and substance containing a detectable amount of methamphetamine, a Schedule II controlled substance.
The suspects arrested during the operation were:
• Thomas Arnold, 46, of Benton County
• Jason Blackstock, 30, of Henderson County
• Monica Bruce, 37, of Benton County
• Jerry Evans, 69, of Decatur County
• Peggy Gullett, 46, of Henderson County
• Teresa McCoy, 43, of Decatur County
• James Nolen, 47, of Henderson County
• Billie Pearcy, 68, of Decatur County
• Karen Pepper, 37, of Madison County
• Bruce Rosson, 29, of Decatur County
• Freddy Webb, 51, of Henderson County
The case was investigated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms; FBI Memphis, Jackson Resident Agency; Tennessee Bureau of Investigation; Tennessee Highway Patrol; Henderson County Sheriff’s Department; Lexington Police Department; and the 24th Judicial District Drug Task Force. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Matt Wilson on behalf of the government.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com