Experts: Officials need more evidence in connection to Evelyn Boswell's death May 8, 2020 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- The case of the death of Evelyn Boswell has continued after the 15-month-old's remains were found buried on a family member's property back in March. Evelyn's mother, Megan Boswell, has been jailed for more than 45 days, accused of lying to police. The state said 25-long hours of taped interviews with Megan Boswell are keeping her case from a grand jury. The Sullivan County mom is accused of lying to police after a region-wide amber alert for her daughter was sent out in mid-February. The child's remains were found on a family member's property two months ago. Legal experts told WVLT News Boswell's guilt or innocence should have been tested sooner. "If they wanted an indictment, they could have an indictment tomorrow," T. Scott Jones said. We spoke with defense lawyers T. Scott Jones and John Barnes. Experts also said with the case going to a grand jury and Boswell's $150,000 bond this is an odd case. We're told it's possible more charges could come down.