The Federal Bureau of Investigation has now joined the search for Evelyn Boswell, the 15-month-old Tennessee toddler who went missing in December when the authorities arrested her grandmother for stealing a car.
William McCloud, 33, and Angela Boswell, 42, were arrested in North Carolina and charged with possession of stolen property after being seen in a vehicle involved in the Amber warning for the toddler who has been missing since December.
Angela Boswell’s daughter is Megan Boswell, the toddler’s mother who, according to the authorities, has not provided reliable information about the disappearance of Evelyn.
The FBI helps local law enforcement officers in Tennessee search for the missing 15-month-old girl Evelyn Boswell
William McCloud, 33, (photo left) and Angela Boswell, 42, (photo right) were arrested and charged with possession of stolen property after being seen in a vehicle involved in the Amber alert for Evelyn Boswell, who has been missing since December is
The gray 2007 BMW, which was claimed to have suffered front-end damage, was reported stolen and McCloud and Boswell allegedly had information about the missing child.
The pair will be returned to Tennessee according to extradition The Tennessean.
No costs have been charged in connection with the orange warning and Evelyn is still missing.
On Friday, her mother Megan Boswell spoke for the first time about the disappearance of her daughter and claimed that she knows who has the toddler.
However, the police say that the mother provided false information during the investigation.
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Megan Boswell, the mother of the missing 15-month-old Evelyn Boswell, spoke for the first time on Friday about her daughter who claimed she knew who she had and that it was a person she had ‘trusted’
Evelyn Boswell is still missing and there is a $ 56,000 reward for her safe return
Tennessee officials found the gray 2007 BMW (stock image) on Friday, possibly related to the disappearance of the baby, in North Carolina and two people were arrested
Speak against WCYB, Boswell said she saw Evelyn for the last time in December, but did not report her until Tuesday because she feared the people who had her would disappear.
“Well, the reason I didn’t report it was that I knew the person who had her and I didn’t want them to run away with her,” Boswell said.
The requested vehicle had a Tennessee license plate number 3M9-6W9
“And as soon as they thought something was wrong, they just disappeared a bit. So I’m just a little worried, you know, where they are. What they are doing to her right now. ”
Boswell added that she left her daughter with a person she thought she could trust while she was working, but that she would do it differently if she had a second chance.
‘I knew in a way that as soon as something went down, this person would disappear and that is true. And they tried to find them … They don’t answer calls. They just disappeared, “she went on.
“Yes, I probably called the first day. I should have. But I just didn’t want them to run with her like they do now. ”
Megan Boswell was visibly emotional when she described her daughter and her disappearance
Boswell was a teenager when she welcomed Evelyn in November 2018. Evelyn is described as 2 feet tall and weighs 28 pounds, with blond hair and blue eyes and was last seen in pink
Boswell spoke when she came from the court in Bristol, but it is not clear why she was there.
She refused to mention who she thinks she has her daughter, but says she cooperates with the police and cannot share further information about the case.
Meanwhile, Siffivan County Sheriff Jeff Cassidy said he believes Evelyn is alive and that every effort is being made to bring her home.
At a press conference on Friday afternoon, the sheriff said, while Boswell cooperated in the investigation, the information she provided has proved inaccurate.
Where’s Evelyn? An AMBER Alert was issued in Tennessee on Wednesday for 15-month-old Evelyn Mae Boswell, who has not been seen since December last year but has just been reported as missing
Cassidy has worked out that some of Boswell’s ‘stories’ that have emerged during police interviews are not confirmed by surveillance videos and witness statements.
The Sheriff’s Office of the Sullivan County began Tuesday after the ministry investigating the disappearance of Evelyn Mae Boswell. of Children’s Services reported the child as missing.
Evelyn’s last observation was two months ago, on December 26, 2019, according to a press release from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
The toddler’s father is also involved in the investigation and officials are trying to find out why Evelyn was not previously reported missing, WCYB reported.
The child’s biological father, Ethan Perry, a military soldier from the US Army who is active in Louisiana, has posted a short Facebook update about his daughter’s disappearance on Wednesday: “I am currently working with authorities trying to get Evelyn off find. I can’t say much anymore at the moment. ”
Evelyn’s parents are Maggie Boswell (left) and Ethan Perry (right), an American soldier in active service, stationed in Louisiana. Boswell did not speak to Perry about their missing child
Perry, Evelyn’s biological father, posted this massage on Wednesday, after the AMBER Alert was issued for his missing daughter and shared another message about the arrests on Friday
On Friday, he also placed the announcement again to say that the car was found.
Neither Boswell nor Perry have been accused of misconduct in connection with the disappearance of their daughter.
Boswell revealed that she did not speak to Perry about their daughter’s disappearance. She has full custody of her daughter.
Evelyn is described as 2 feet tall and weighs 28 pounds, with blond hair and blue eyes. She was last seen in a pink tracksuit, pink shoes and a pink bow.
The reward for Evelyn’s safe return is now $ 56,000 including $ 1,000 from Sheriff Cassidy.
Anyone with information about the child’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office at 423-279-7330 or the TBI at 1-800-TBIFIND.