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Casey and Sandy Parsons are on verge of being evicted

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Casey and Sandy Parsons -- who made national headlines in connection with the disappearance of their adoptive daughter, Erica -- are on the verge of being evicted.

According to paperwork filed by Sandy Parsons’ father and step-mother, who own the home just outside Salisbury, Casey and Sandy Parsons owe more than $25,000.

The complaint states the Parsonses haven’t paid rent since July, breached lease conditions, and engaged in “criminal or other activity has occurred in violation of G.S. 42-63.”

In explaining the criminal activity, the complaint 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.

According to the complaint, the Parsonses will be evicted by October 7 at 9 a.m.

The Parsonses are the adoptive parents of Erica, who was 13 when she was reported missing two years ago.

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