UPDATE: AMBER Alert: Evelyn Mae Boswell

The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office charged Boswell with one count of False Reporting. She is being held in the Sullivan County Jail on a $25,000 bond.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation continues to work alongside the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to locate and recover 15-month-old Evelyn Mae Boswell, who became the subject of a statewide AMBER Alert issued by the TBI on Wednesday, February 19th.

UPDATE: The Bristol Herald Courier reported that Megan Boswell, who has said the toddler’s grandmother took the little girl to Mendota, Virginia, was charged with one count of filing a false police report, according to the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office. She is being held on $25,000 bond.

On Friday, February 20th, ongoing investigative efforts led authorities to ask for assistance in locating a gray BMW. Two individuals believed to have information regarding Evelyn’s whereabouts were traveling in the car. On Friday afternoon, the vehicle and the individuals were located in Wilkes County, North Carolina. Agents and detectives questioned the couple as part of the ongoing investigation. They are currently being held on charges unrelated to the disappearance of Evelyn Boswell.

Since issuing the AMBER Alert just before 8:00 EST Wednesday, authorities have received more than 500 leads. None, however, has produced any credible sightings regarding the whereabouts of Evelyn Boswell.

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During the investigation, authorities have received a number of conflicting statements. That, combined with the fact that Evelyn was not immediately reported missing, makes this a complicated case.

TBI.com (February, 2020) UPDATE: AMBER Alert: Evelyn Mae Boswell

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Author: ColdWarUSAF

Sgt, USAF Intelligence Veteran, Germany NSA/DOD; Studied Cryptology at Community College of the Air Force