Lea Boyle and son Brendon, 6, were among about 100 protesters Saturday in Monroe who criticized a plea deal for Wanda Sue Larson, a former child protective services supervisor in Union County. Larson was sentenced to a maximum 17 months and likely will be freed this week after spending 16
1/2 months in jail for her part in a stunning child abuse case.
Lea Boyle and son Brendon, 6, were among about 100 protesters Saturday in Monroe who criticized a plea deal for Wanda Sue Larson, a former child protective services supervisor in Union County. Larson was sentenced to a maximum 17 months and likely will be freed this week after spending 16 1/2 months in jail for her part in a stunning child abuse case. David Perlmutt dperlmutt@charlotteobserver.com
Lea Boyle and son Brendon, 6, were among about 100 protesters Saturday in Monroe who criticized a plea deal for Wanda Sue Larson, a former child protective services supervisor in Union County. Larson was sentenced to a maximum 17 months and likely will be freed this week after spending 16 1/2 months in jail for her part in a stunning child abuse case. David Perlmutt dperlmutt@charlotteobserver.com