The Holly Bobo case has produced a breaking development after several months of near silence from the investigators on the case. If you've been closely following this case, then you're familiar with Tony Calabrese -- the man who runs a group called "Tactical Search and Rescue." This name has come up a few times in this missing persons case, but mostly without much recognition from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. However, the TBI did acknowledge that Tony and his SAR group were hindering the investigation with their phony leads in the beginning.
Now, in the latest update, a search warrant has been issued regarding the Holly Bobo disappearance. The investigation has now found itself all the way out of Parsons, Tennessee to Youngstown, Ohio. Today the home of Tony Calabrese was searched with a warrant, although he was not arrested or charged with any thing (yet).
Sources say that Tony and his SAR group have been spreading misinformation in the case and encouraging people to bypass the TBI by calling in leads and tips to them. This is not only illegal, but it's completely hindering the actual investigation into Holly's disappearance. Tony's SAR has fooled a lot of people, so it's good that the authorities have finally stepped in to do something about this.
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