Knox County Home Connected to Roane County Child Abuse Case

Authorities are back on the scene of a North Knoxville home that’s connected to the Roane County couple charged with abusing and burying their daughter. The home is on Cedarbreeze road in

COURTESY: EVLT-TV

the Halls community, neighbors say the Roane County couple once lived there but moved out about three years ago. Records show the home now belongs to their son, Michael Anthony Gray, Junior.

63 year old Michael Anthony Gray, Senior, and 60 year old Shirley Gray are facing several charges after authorities found the skeletal remains of their 11 year old daughter, buried near their home in Roane County. Investigators say the couple admitted the girl died three years ago, and they buried her in the backyard.

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