10 Month Old Lisa Irwin Still Missing in Kansas City, MO … Police Say Parents Not Cooperating, Searches End? (UPDATE: Mom Said to have Failed Lie Detector Test)
Lisa Irwin still missing … police claim that parents are no longer cooperating. Where is and what happened to 10 month old Lisa Irwin?
10 month old Lisa Irwin has been missing in Kansas City, MO since October 4, 2011; however, police are saying that the parents of the missing infant are no longer cooperating. A police spokesman, stated that Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin have stopped talking to detectives, but did not provide a reason why. The police have also shut down the command post near the home of missing Lisa Irwin and have said that “had done everything possible as far as physical searches go”.
The parents of Lisa Irwin have stopped cooperating with the investigation into the 10-month-old girl’s disappearance, Kansas City police said Thursday.
Capt. Steve Young, a police spokesman, didn’t say why Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin stopped talking to detectives on Thursday evening, but the development means that investigators have lost a key source of information.
“They live in the house. They intimately have information about what’s been going on. They know the child,” Young said.
A family member later issued a denial, saying the parents were continuing to assist police. She promised a statement today.
The family has denied that they have stopped coopering with police. As reported at ABC News, the family is upset with the tough tactic they are using to get information. WHAT! ARE YOU SERIOUS? RED FLAG. The mother of missing Lisa Irwin stated that the police accused her of the crime. No kidding, REALLY? states that the police A family with a missing baby that was abducted from their home should only be concerned with find the child and the hell with how police are trying to do their job. That is unless they have something to hide? Any time a child/person goes missing from a home, of course those that live in the home are going to come under suspicion. Especially when the crime scene, the room of 10 month old Lisa Irwin, looked untouched with nothing out of place.
The parents of missing Missouri baby Lisa Irwin are upset with “tough tactics” used by the police to extract information from them about what happened to their 10-month old.
The couple was displeased with how they were treated on Thursday during a day-long interrogation. Tactics allegedly used by the police included trying to turn the parents against one another, directly accused the mother of having failed a polygraph test, and accusing her of having something to do with the disappearance of her baby girl.
The parents say they are cooperating with the investigation but a statement from the Kansas City police claims the couple “no longer want to talk to detectives.”
The family is supposed to release a statement on Friday. Let’s hope the next thing is not that the family lawyers up.
Police continued to urge anyone with any information to call police or 816-474-TIPS (8477).
UPDATE I: The mother of missing Lisa Irwin, Deborah Bradley, said to have failed a lie detector - polygraph earlier this week.
The mother of a 10-month-old girl who disappeared from their Kansas City home says police told her she failed a lie detector test.
Twenty-five-year-old Deborah Bradley told The Associated Press Friday that she took the polygraph earlier this week after her baby, Lisa Irwin, went missing late Monday or early Tuesday.
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