CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The family of a Charlotte teenager who was found dead more than 800 miles from his home said Tuesday they are still searching for answers about what happened.
Anthony Tisdale, the father of 16-year-old Delvonte Tisdale, said he last saw his son playing video games at his home on Whitewood Trail the evening of Nov. 14. The next day, Tisdale said, he believed his son had gone to school at North Mecklenburg High School, and only realized he was missing that evening.
That same evening, nearly 15 hours away in Milton, Mass., Delvonte Tisdale’s mangled body was found in the middle of a suburban road.
“That is the most baffling thing,” the family’s pastor, James Woodson, said.