Theodry Carruth, Rae’s mother, pictured in 2000 during her son’s trial in Charlotte. Now known as Theodry Swift, she lives in California and now says she would like to be involved in her grandson Chancellor Lee Adams’ life.
Theodry Carruth, Rae’s mother, pictured in 2000 during her son’s trial in Charlotte. Now known as Theodry Swift, she lives in California and now says she would like to be involved in her grandson Chancellor Lee Adams’ life. Observer file Observer file photo
Theodry Carruth, Rae’s mother, pictured in 2000 during her son’s trial in Charlotte. Now known as Theodry Swift, she lives in California and now says she would like to be involved in her grandson Chancellor Lee Adams’ life. Observer file Observer file photo
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Chancellor’s other grandmother says she wants to be part of her grandson’s life again

October 21, 2016 10:54 AM

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