Time is now running out for one of the men charged with the murder of Holly Bobo. A judge has set a new deadline of this Monday (December 18, 2017) for a decision to be reached on a plea. Judge Creed McGinley said during a hearing this afternoon (Thursday, December 14, 2017) that progress had been made on an agreement, but a final agreement had not been reached. McGinley said either a plea deal or a trial date will be announced this Monday. McGinley said the process leading up to the trial for Dylan Adams has gone on long enough. McGinley gave both the state and the defense until 2 p.m. Thursday to reach a plea agreement. Bobo was killed, raped and murdered after disappearing from her Decatur County home in 2011. Another man, Zack Adams, was found guilty of Bobo’s death. At this time, Adams’ trial is set to begin on May 29, 2018.