10 month old Lisa Irwin is still missing after having disappeared in a presumed kidnapping/abduction in Kansas City, MO on October 4, 2011. After numerous searches there is still no sign of missing Lisa Irwin. The police claim they do not have any suspects in this missing child case; however, Deborah Bradley, the mom of missing baby Lisa believes the police are going to arrest her.
A Missouri woman whose 10-month-old daughter went missing a week ago says she believes she’s about to be arrested by Kansas City police, possibly as early as today, in the case. Police, however, deny plans to arrest the woman.
It’s the latest public twist in what’s known as the “Baby Lisa” case.
Kansas City police say they have hit one roadblock after another in their bid to find the blond 10-month-old who was reportedly last seen Oct. 3, when her mother, Deborah Bradley, tucked her in for the night. The baby’s father, Jeremy Irwin, returned home from a night shift about 3:30 a.m. the next morning, and that’s when the couple discovered the baby was missing, they told police.
Don’t ask for things, they might come true. A note to Deborah Bradley, if you put it out there, it might just happen. However, as the police continue to investigate the circumstances of baby Lisa’s disappearance and question the parents, one never knows what direction the case will take. Of course a failed lie detector test is never a good thing.
But Capt. Steve Young, a spokesman for the Kansas City Police Department, has told The Times that officials still do not have any suspects.
Nonetheless, Bradley believes that police seem determined to pin the potential kidnapping on her instead of focusing on finding the real culprit, according to Ashley Irwin, the missing child’s aunt. Irwin told ABC that she believes Bradley’s arrest is “inevitable” — but also misguided.
“It’s what the police do,” Irwin was quoted as saying. “They don’t have any leads, so they just have to pin it on somebody.”
The family of missing Lisa Irwin has hired a private investigator, Wild Bill” Stanton, to help search.
A nationally known private investigator is now working with Lisa Irwin’s family to find the missing infant, who disappeared more than a week ago.
“Wild Bill” Stanton, a former New York policeman who has served as an ABC News and NBC News security consultant, told reporters that he’ll be conducting an independent investigation, but added that he hopes to meet with police.
“I’m here to seek the truth,” Stanton told reporters late Tuesday. “And wherever the truth leads, that’s where I’m going to go.”