Final suspect charged in Holly Bobo case makes plea deal, could be released within days

WATCH: Final suspect charged in Holly Bobo case appears in court (Part 1)

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - The final suspect charged in the murder of Holly Bobo is free to walk after making a plea deal Monday.

Jason Autry did not go to trail because of the deal he made in exchange for his testimony against Zach Adams. During Adams' trial, Autry testified that he helped dispose of Bobo’s body.

Attorneys discuss Jason Autry's plea deal, impending release from custody

Bobo was just 20 years old when she was killed in 2011. In September 2014, her partial remains were found in northern Decatur County in West Tennessee.

On Monday, Autry pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit first-degree murder and facilitation of especially aggravated kidnapping. With time served, he’ll be released as soon as the deal is processed.

Autry was serving an eight-year sentence on a federal drug charge when he was arrested for Bobo’s murder. His attorneys said Monday he is rehabilitated and a changed man.

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