by: Natalie Pasquarella Updated:
ROWAN COUNTY, N.C. - Channel 9 received police logs that shed light on missing 15-year-old Erica Parsons' case.
The log is from Rowan County communications and details the calls surrounding the day the 15-year-old was reported missing.
Some of the calls regard domestic disputes but the first day that caught Channel 9's interest was July 29.
On that night around 11:50 p.m, the report states that a deputy should see Scott Parsons, who is Erica's uncle, in the Salisbury police department lobby about a "kidnapping and homicide."
The log continues with a line telling an officer to contact Iredell County and Mooresville police about locating Carolyn Parsons, who is Erica's biological mother.
That log had no mention of Erica's adoptive parents, Casey and Sandy Parsons, who she lived with.
But the next day, July 30, a report from just before 6 p.m., mentions the Department of Social Services saying the agency wanted a deputy to respond out regarding a child abuse case they just accepted.
About an hour later around 7 p.m., an entry was made in the 911 report, saying, "A deputy went to the house with a DSS agent and assisted with an interview with the father there who 'acted as if he did not know any information on the whereabouts of the 16-year-old girl in question.'"
The log goes on to say the father said his wife had all the information on her and she was at a Jonas Brothers concert and would be home later.
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