Grandmother of missing Evelyn Boswell extradited to Tennessee from N.C.


(via Wilkes County Sheriff’s Office, N.C.)

(WJHL) — UPDATE (8p.m. 02/24/2020) – Angela Boswell, the grandmother of missing 15-month-old Evelyn Mae Boswell is back in Tennessee from North Carolina after being arrested Friday.

Authorities say she is in custody at the Sullivan County Jail.

William McCloud is not currently in custody at the Sullivan County Jail. He will be transported at a later time.


Angela Boswell, 42, the grandmother of missing 15-month-old Evelyn Mae Boswell is being extradited back to Tennessee from North Carolina after being arrested Friday.

Deputies with the Wilkes County Sheriff’s Office found a gray BMW that was reported stolen and was the subject of a BOLO in relation to Evelyn’s disappearance.

Both Boswell and William McCloud, her boyfriend, were charged with possession of stolen property.

Boswell was also arrested on an out-of-state warrant for violation of probation.

The couple appeared in court in Wilkes County, North Carolina Monday morning.

SEE MORE: VIDEO: Grandmother of missing Evelyn Boswell, boyfriend, appear in N.C. court on charges unrelated to AMBER Alert

Wilkes County Public Information Officer Logan G. Kerr told News Channel 11 Monday afternoon that Boswell has been released from jail in North Carolina and is being extradited back to Tennessee.

SEE ALSO: AMBER Alert update: TBI chase down 375 leads; sheriff’s office warns against social media misinformation

Anyone with information on Evelyn’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-TBI-FIND.

LATEST: TBI releases video answering questions regarding AMBER Alert for Evelyn Boswell

This is a developing story.


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