Sandy Parsons, left, and Casey Parsons leave the federal courthouse in Winston-Salem in July 2014 after being arrested on financial charges related to the disappearance of their adoptive daughter.
Sandy Parsons, left, and Casey Parsons leave the federal courthouse in Winston-Salem in July 2014 after being arrested on financial charges related to the disappearance of their adoptive daughter. Robert Lahser Observer archive
Sandy Parsons, left, and Casey Parsons leave the federal courthouse in Winston-Salem in July 2014 after being arrested on financial charges related to the disappearance of their adoptive daughter. Robert Lahser Observer archive

Federal courts deny appeals by adoptive parents of missing Rowan girl Erica Parsons

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