(WJHL) – A Sullivan County mother recently indicted on several charges related to the death of her infant daughter is set to be arraigned in court Friday morning.
According to a release, Boswell will be arraigned in Sullivan County Criminal Court via video.
A grand jury indicted Boswell on August 19th on two counts of felony murder and 17 other counts, including abuse of a corpse and aggravated child neglect.
The remains of Evelyn Boswell, 15-months-old, were found on a family member’s property near Blountville on March 6.
Boswell’s bond is currently set at $1 million.
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