Megan “Maggie” Boswell, the mother of missing Tennessee baby, Evelyn Boswell, has been captured, as indicated by the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Department.
Specialists kept Boswell on Tuesday night on charges of making a bogus report. Prior Tuesday, Boswell revealed to News Channel 11 that she was denied a polygraph test by specialists since she’s pregnant.
The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office expressed that they “don’t utilize polygraph,” as indicated by News Channel 3 in Memphis.
Further, Boswell disclosed to News Channel 11 that her mom, Angela Boswell, abducted Evelyn, whose been absent since December 11. Maggie Boswell asserted that her mom was keeping an eye on, afterward took the infant to “an individual” at a silver camper in Mendota, Virginia.
“I revealed to TBI were to discover her in Mendota. My mother took her to a campsite in a silver camper and in the event that they don’t go today around evening time, I will go get her myself since I’ve let them know and they’re not so much like paying attention to it and in the event that they don’t go this evening, I will go myself and go get her,” Maggie Boswell said.
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Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Andy Seabolt reacted to Boswell’s case. As indicated by the Tennessean, Seabolt said Boswell’s camper case was “researched totally.” Authorities didn’t discover Evelyn.
“The case that Megan made expressing that Evelyn was in a camper in Mendota was researched totally,” Seabolt said.
Specialists gave an AMBER Alert for Evelyn February 18, not long after her granddad reached the Tennesee Department of Children’s Services. Specialists said that despite the fact that Evelyn was most recently seen around December 11, nobody detailed the kid missing for about two months.
Evelyn is depicted as a white female with blue eyes and light hair. She weighs around 28 pounds and stands 2-feet tall. She was most recently seen wearing pink shoes, a pink tracksuit, and a pink bow.
The compensation for Evelyn’s sheltered return has amassed to $56,000, as indicated by the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office.