SALISBURY, N.C. -- Paperwork has been filed that will evict the Parsons family from their home on Millers Chapel Road in Salisbury.
According to the paperwork filed by Sandy Parsons' father and step-mother Wednesday in Rowan County, the couple owes their landlords more than $25,000.
William Parsons on eviction of son from house: Pretty bad, pretty tough but it had to be done. #wcnc— Richard DeVayne (@rdevaynewcnc) September 25, 2013
The complaint states the Parsonses failed to pay rent for the months of July forward, breached lease conditions, and states "criminal or other activity has occurred in violation of G.S. 42-63".
In explaining the criminal or other activity, the complainant cites removal of property from the premises (such as fencing, landscaping, bricks, air conditioner and boarded windows), unpaid property taxes in the amount of $982.12, abandonment of the property and failure to pay good faith money in the amount of $4739.68.
The paperwork states that Casey and Sandy owe their landlords a total of $25,863.58 in back rent and damages.
William Parsons: they hadn't paid rent in 3 months. Total with back rent taxes and damages $25,863 #wcnc— Richard DeVayne (@rdevaynewcnc) September 25, 2013
According to the complaint, the Parsonses will be evicted by October 7 at 9 a.m.
The Parsonses are the adoptive parents of Erica, a now-15-year-old who's been missing nearly two years.