CARYVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- More efforts are being made to bring a case against the woman who abandoned her 19-year-old mentally disabled daughter in Tennessee.
The Office of the District Attorney General, 8th Judicial District, is requesting the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations get involved in the case.
The District includes Campbell County, where Lynn was left at a bar in Caryville in late June.
Scarlett Ellis, the Assistant District Attorney General, sent a release stating that as the investigation continues into Lynn's mother, Eva Cameron, of Illinois.
Ellis wants TBI to partner with the Tennessee Department of Human Services, Adult Protective Services, and the Caryville Police Department to determine if charges can be filed against the mother.
The Public Information Officer for the TBI confirmed they received the request, and, as of Friday, it has not yet been assigned to an agent.
As it stands now, Eva Cameron won't be charged for dumping her daughter. That's because Lynn is legally an adult, and considered old enough to make her own decisions.
Ellis stated they're looking into additional information from out-of-state witnesses and from other agencies in both Illinois and Tennessee.