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BabyLisa CommandCenter Closed Down

Posted by Sandra On November - 25 - 2011

UPDATE:(11/25/2011)– The baby Lisa command center, run by investigators, has been closed. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE: (11/18/2011)– FOX News reported Friday that according to Irwin family attorney John Picerno, the handy man known as “Jersey” bragged to someone that he was paid $300 to kidnap baby Lisa Irwin. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE: (11/14/2011)–There’s some new information in the search for missing baby Lisa Irwin. A metro man said he knows who was using Megan Wright’s phone when it received a call from a phone belonging to Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley the night the child disappeared. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE:(11/2/2011)–Deborah Bradley, whose 10-month-old daughter has been missing for almost a month, consumed a box of wine on the stoop of her home after Lisa’s father Jeremy Irwin left for his night job. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE: (11/1/2011)– New York attorney Joe Tacopina announced Tuesday that a new Kansas City attorney will help represent the parents of missing 11-month-old Lisa Irwin. John Picerno will join the legal team for Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE:(10/31/2011)– The former attorney for the parents of missing 11-month-old Lisa Irwin said she and her team will continue to volunteer their time to help find the baby. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE:(10/26/2011)– The local attorney for the parents of missing 11-month-old Lisa Irwin said Kansas City police will re-interview her two young brothers this week. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE:(10/24/2011)– Kansas City police aren’t commenting about new video footage that shows a man leaving a wooded area near the home of a baby missing since early October. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE:(10/23/2011)– Baby Lisa’s family to media, “Don’t Blame Us.’ READ MORE HERE

UPDATE: (10/21/2011)– Read the search warrant documents here: www.kmbc.com

UPDATE:(10/20/2011)– A 17-hour marathon search of missing 11-month-old Lisa Irwin’s home wrapped up early Thursday morning. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE:(10/18/2011)– A search of a wooded area in the Northland in the case of missing 11-month-old Lisa Irwin has prompted police to call for a no-fly zone of the area. Within the last hour Kansas City police vans, ones typically used to collect evidence at crime scenes, arrived at the search location.READ MORE HERE

UPDATE:(10/17/2011)– A New York attorney was introduced Monday afternoon as the legal counsel for the parents of missing 11-month-old Lisa Irwin. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE: (10/17/2011)– The mother of Lisa Irwin, an 11-month old Missouri girl missing for nearly two weeks, said in an interview she was drunk the night the infant disappeared. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE:(10/14/2011)– A private investigator who has been hired to come to Kansas City to assist in the search for missing baby Lisa Irwin said on Friday that a $100,000 reward has been setup for her safe return. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE:(10/12/2011)– Lisa Irwin’s Family Gets Help From Private Eye. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE: (10/11/2011)– The mother of missing baby Lisa Irwin is preparing to be arrested in connection with her baby’s disappearance, according to a family member who says she thinks that an arrest is “inevitable.”  READ MORE HERE

UPDATE: (10/10/2011)– Missing Baby Lisa: Police Stage ‘Break In” at Family’s Home. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE: (10/9/2011)– The hunt is still on for missing Missouri baby Lisa Irwin, and her parents hope a reward trust fund they are creating will encourage new tips in the case. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE: (10/8/2011)– The parents of a missing 10-month-old baby girl insist that they are cooperating with authorities despite earlier reports that they had ceased cooperation. READ MORE HERE

UPDATE: (10/6/2011)– The parents of a missing 10-month-old Missouri girl are no longer cooperating with authorities, and their claims that whoever took their daughter stole their cellphones hasn’t produce any leads, police said Thursday night. READ MORE HERE

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City police canceled an Amber Alert Tuesday evening for a missing 10-month-old girl, although the investigation and search for her continue.Police issued the alert for Lisa Irwin early Tuesday morning. The baby was last seen at 10:30 p.m. Monday asleep in her crib at her parents’ home in the 3600 block of North Lister Avenue. READ MORE HERE

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