SCSO: No new developments into case of Evelyn Boswell

Justice for Evelyn

SULLIVAN COUNTY, Tenn. (WJHL) — The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Wednesday there are no new developments into the case of what happened to 15-month old Evelyn Boswell.

Captain Andy Seabolt issued the following statement to News Channel 11 about the case.

“At this time the investigation remains active; therefore, we cannot release any information at this time as it is still ongoing.”

Authorities recovered remains on March 6 on property in Blountville belonging to the Boswell family and those were later confirmed by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to be baby Evelyn.

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Evelyn’s mother, Megan, remains in Sullivan County Jail at this time on a charge of false reporting. There have been no new charges to the mother at this time.

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Megan’s mother, Angela Boswell, and Angela’s boyfriend, William McCloud, are currently out on bond after getting arrested in North Carolina on charges of theft. Authorities say they stole a BMW that was in connection into the investigation of Evelyn Boswell.

We’ll continue to follow developments on the case both on-air and on WJHL.com as updates become available.

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