The search for missing baby Lisa heats up, and now police have banned her parents from their home!
On Oct. 18, investigators searched the house where Lisa Irwin‘s parents Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin have been staying since their daughter’s disappearance. Now the detectives have executed a search warrant on the family’s home where Lisa was taken from her crib on Oct. 3!
According to ABCNews.com, Kansas City Police Department Capt. Steve Young said investigators will be in the house “pretty heavy today.” The police have also blocked the road in front of the house and issued a no-fly zone over the neighborhood.
Previously, the family voluntarily allowed investigations of the home, but now police said they’ve stopped cooperating — to the point that investigators had to get a search warrant for the home.
Capt. Steve Young wouldn’t tell ABCNews.com why police are returning to the house two weeks after the disappearance. Is it because Deborah changed her story of what happened that night?
Detectives plan to be at the house all day and hope they’ll find something to help the search for Lisa. As they search, the relationship between the police and Deborah and Jeremy continues to deteriorate.
The couple haven’t agreed to an interview with detectives since Oct. 8, and Deborah revealed information — like the fact she had been drinking that night — to the media, but not detectives.
“There are things the detectives need to flesh out with the parents that only they would know, and we no longer have that opportunity to sit down with them,” Capt. Steve Young said. He said the questioning got to a point where Deborah became uncomfortable and stopped. “We strongly believe that that parent’s cooperation and involvement is critical,” he added.
What do YOU think, HollyMoms? Police seem to think Deborah’s behavior is suspicious. Do you think she’s innocent or is she hiding something?
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