Baby Lisa

December Event Termed New Link To Missing Baby

May 21, 2012
Dan Verbeck / KCUR

More than seven months after the puzzling disappearance of 10-month-old Lisa Irwin from her parents’ Kansas City home, her mother and father went on national television today purporting to have new evidence.

Brothers Questioned Over Missing Baby

Nov 10, 2011
photo by Dan Verbeck/KCUR

Kansas City, MO. – Kansas City Police say a child-interview professional is conducting an interview today with the half brothers of the baby girl missing for more than a month from Kansas City's Northland.

The interview takes place on the day before Lisa Irwin's first birthday. The child was reporting taken from her parents' home on October 4. The day after, the boys, ages 8 and 5, were interviewed by police and social workers. The parents had refused permission since.

Legal Tempest In Child Search

Oct 28, 2011
Photo by Dan Verbeck/KCUR

Kansas City, MO. – With the perplexing disappearance of 11 month old Lisa Irwin unresolved, an apparent dispute between legal advisers complicates the investigation. The stories from siblings remains largely unexamined.

The Kansas City lawyer representing the parents has quit, contesting accounts that she, Cyndi Short, was fired by a New York Lawyer who signed on earlier.

Short's assessment reported by Associated Press was, "He can't do that. I work for the parents."

Video frame courtesy of KMBC, TV-9.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A high-profile New York defense attorney has become spokesman for the parents of missing 11-month-old Lisa Irwin.

Lawyer Joe Tacopina said at a news conference yesterday he will be speaking for Baby Lisa's parents to make sure they are represented fairly.

Police Say Missing Child Parents Balk

Oct 7, 2011

Kansas City, MO – The search for missing 10 month old Lisa Irwin has become more complicated in the last 12 to 14 hours. There are claims and counterclaims about the child's parents willingness to work with police.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The case of a missing 10-month-old took sudden unexpected turns last night as a conflicting statements were released by the family and police.

Police captain Steve Young's 7PM announcement was seemingly rebutted by a member or Lisa Irwin's family later in the evening. Young said the parents of the missing girl are no longer cooperating with police, "but our door is always open."

Kansas City, Mo. – According to the Kansas City Star, police officials are reporting the parents of the missing 10-month-old girl, Lisa Irwin, are no longer cooperating.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – After cutting back to a minimal investigative force overnight, Kansas City police and cooperating law enforcement agencies are resuming their full-scale search for a missing 10-month-old girl.

Police say the parents of little Lisa Irwin are cooperative and there's no reason to disbelieve their story that the little girl disappeared from her bedroom in the middle of the night.

Photo by Dan Verbeck.

Kansas City, MO. – In the second day of searching for a 10 month old girl believed taken from her Kansas City, North home, the parents of little Lisa Irwin met reporters with an entreaty to the presumed abductor or abductors. KCUR's Dan Verbeck was there and reported it was difficult to watch and hear.

The child's father Jeremy Irwin and mother Deborah Bradley stepped from delivery by police car to stand near the police command post off Missouri Highway 210.