Feds interview adoptive parents of missing Rowan County teen


Erica Parsons (Age-progressed photo on right)

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ROWAN COUNTY, N.C. — FBI agents continue to interview the adoptive parents of a missing Rowan County teenager and are also tailing the couple’s movements, according to WSOC-TV.

Carlyle Sherill, the attorney for Casey and Sandy Parsons, confirmed to Channel 9 that Tuesday night his clients were questioned for hours by at least six FBI agents.

Sherill said the agents also interviewed the Parsons’ daughter, Brook Parsons, but would not comment on the nature of the questions.

Sherill said Tuesday afternoon, Casey Parsons first called him to complain about being tracked by FBI agents in her new home town of Fayetteville, North Carolina.

The Parsons moved to the eastern part of the state in August 2013 to avoid intense media scrutiny after their adopted daughter, Erica Parsons, was reported missing by her adoptive brother, Jamie.

A vigil is planned on Aug. 1 to mark the one year anniversary of the day Erica was reported missing.

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