Homicide victim’s mother speaks

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“My daughter did not deserve to die like she did.” — Kim Parsons, Sparta, N.C.

By The Staff

This article contains some material from an article by Bob Bamberg, originally printed in The Alleghany News of Sparta, N.C. That material is Copyright 2019, The Alleghany News; reprinted with permission.

SPARTA, N.C. — On March 31, Rebecca Carlene Plitt of Sparta left a note for her mother, who she lived with, saying she had borrowed the car and was taking some friends to Mount Airy.
The next day, Kim Parsons said she briefly talked with her daughter over the phone. That was the last contact they had.

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