Missing Lisa Irwin: Police & Investigators Show Up to Home of Missing Baby Lisa with Shovels, Bomb Detection Devices to Search KC Home & Yard of Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley
POLICE SEARCH HOME AND PROPERTY OF MISSING BABY’S PARENTS …
It would appear that the instigators, police and FBI mean business in the search for missing 11 months old Lisa Irwin. Police arrived at the home of Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley and searched the home and yard for clues to missing 11 month old Lisa Irwin. A search warrant was served on the parents of missing baby Lisa prior to the search. Joe Tacopina, the parents newly hired attorney, questioned the need for the warrant stating that authorities “can go in and out any time,” they have had unfettered access because we want answers.” Actually Joe, the reason why the police to these procedural precautions is so when they find evidence that might be incriminating to your clients, you will not have the evidence thrown out of court for not having a search warrant.
One of the most aggressive police searches yet of the home where a Kansas City infant went missing more than two weeks ago drew officers Wednesday armed with shovels, rakes and other tools who hauled off bags that appeared to be full of potential evidence.
Police refused to say what they found inside or outside the home belonging to Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley, who say an intruder snatched their baby daughter, Lisa, from her crib in the middle of the night as the mother and two other boys slept.
From shortly after sunrise through late afternoon, FBI agents and police officers joined in the search that began after a judge issued a warrant that prevented the parents from returning to the house while it was under way.
Officers headed to the back of the home with shovels, rakes and a ladder and could be seen digging behind a shed in the yard. Out front, investigators left the house carrying brown paper bags and clear plastic bags and took them to vehicles parked outside.
Police also brought in a bomb and arson truck to assist the search, though spokesman Capt. Steve Young said there were no indications of explosives in the house. Some bomb detection devices use X-ray technology to scan solid objects to reveal items concealed within. An AP reporter saw investigators carrying at least a dozen thin, black rectangular sheets away from the home during the afternoon.
Attorney Tacopina stated that the parents of missing Lisa Irwin have nothing to hide. That is except the missing time that the baby-mom has when she claims that she blacked out because she was drunk while supposedly taking care of baby Lisa.