Police find body wearing same clothes as Soldier’s missing daughter

Law enforcement officials believe they have located the body of a little girl who has been missing since December, and -if confirmed- the news may come as a tragic closure to the high-profile case of a US Army Soldier’s missing child.

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Brian Fraley said the body found in Blountville, Tennessee, matched the clothing worn by 15-month-old Evelyn Mae Boswell when she disappeared in December.

Other personal effects belonging to the child were also found on the property where the body was discovered. The Sullivan County-area property belongs to relatives of baby Boswell.

Boswell’s mother, Megan Boswell, 18, was charged with filing a false report in her daughter’s disappearance and is currently locked up in the Sullivan County Jail.

Evelyn Boswell is the daughter of Ethan Perry, a US Army Soldier stationed in Louisiana. He has cooperated with law enforcement and was reportedly the target of an alleged framing attempt by Megan Boswell.

According to WBOC, an autopsy is pending for the remains of the child found on the property.

TBI Special Agent Fraley also testified that Boswell has made “inculpatory statements” during interviews with investigators since her daughter went missing.

The investigation has spanned several states and several arrests related to the case have been made.

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