It’s been an active couple of weeks in the search for missing Rowan County teen Erica Parsons. No one has been charged with any crime at this point.
Here’s a look at how the story developed:
Nov. 19, 2011:
Erica is last seen by her family. Sandy and Casey Parsons say her biological grandmother took her to Asheville for an extended visit.
Early in the new year, the Parsons say Erica told them she wasn’t coming back.
July 30, 2013:
Erica is reported missing by her 20-year-old brother. The Parsons hired an attorney a few days later.
Aug. 5, 2013:
The Rowan Count Sheriff’s Office issues a missing person’s report.
Aug. 9, 2013:
The Parsons talk to NBC Charlotte reporter Tony Burbeck. They say they did nothing wrong and they’ll tell their story to Dr. Phil.
Aug. 14, 2013:
Deputies, FBI and SBI search the Parson’s Salisbury home.
Aug. 15, 2013:
Casey Parsons is admitted to the hospital in Winston-Salem for emergency surgery.
Police also release search warrants revealing what they found in the family’s home.
Aug. 16, 2013:
Parsons ordered to appear in juvenile court. Court will decide if their biological children, who have been removed from the home, can be returned.
Aug. 19, 2013:
Erica Parsons listed on national missing children database