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I think of Halloween and occult groups and her being kidnapped by satanists. Its the thing that I worry about for the population every Oct, Dec, Easter and many many other holidays and special days.
"I had several glasses of wine," Bradley told PEOPLE. More than five? "Probably." Asked if she was concerned she might be drunk with her infant daughter inside, Bradley replied, "She was sleeping. I don't have a problem with me having adult time."
Her friend left for home about 10:30 p.m., and later told Bradley that she saw the lights in the house go dark. But Bradley herself can't say if she turned off those lights, or whether they may have been flipped on by an intruder whom she believes entered her home through the open front window and took her child.
"I firmly do not believe that somebody took my baby to hurt her," says Bradley. "They really wanted that baby. That's the hope that keeps me going. She's still alive somewhere."
I can only hope they find her safe and sound. God bless her little soul.
The mother of a baby who she says was taken from her Kansas City home in the dead of night admitted Monday that she was drunk when the girl disappeared but maintained she did nothing to harm her child.
Bradley said she had bought boxed wine and consumed "enough to be drunk" that night, but denied she did anything to hurt Lisa.
"No, no... I don't think alcohol changes a person enough to do something like that," she said.
The mother also changed a key point in her story: She initially told authorities she last checked on Lisa at 10:30 p.m., but she told NBC she actually last saw Lisa when she put her to bed at 6:40 p.m. She gave no explanation for the modified times.
Also they searched an abandoned home close by and discovered diapers and wipies, but later decided that the diapers and wipes were too old to have to do with this case, but wait a minute!!! WHY would there be diapers and wipes in an old abandoned house nearby???
Missouri National Guard joins search for missing infant Lisa Irwin Updated 47 minutes ago Twenty-five Missouri National Guard military police joined about 50 law enforcement officers Sunday in the search for evidence related to the disappearance of Lisa Irwin. Searchers stood nearly shoulder to shoulder as they combed open and wooded areas near the Irwin family home in Kansas City, North. Included were a small area at Parvin Road and Jackson Avenue and a nearby larger area south of Choteau Elementary School.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.—FBI agents and canines descended on a Northland home where the parents of missing 11-month-old Lisa Irwin are staying. This came just hours after Irwin's mother, Deborah Bradley, toldNBC's Today Show that she was drinking heavily on the night Lisa disappeared, and that she and Irwin's father, Jeremy Irwin, are afraid of being arrested.
FBI agents with search dogs began combing over the property near the 5200 block of N. Walrond on Monday morning. Agents would not comment on what they were looking for, but they have shut down the block to the media, and have asked that television crews not to shoot video of their search.
Agents were also searching an area with rubber gloves and boots and shovels along the Buckeye Greenway park at 4238 NE Milan Avenue.
Bradley and Jeremy Irwin had been staying at a family home on North Walrond since Lisa Irwin disappeared two weeks ago.
Some are saying she wanted a boy and not a girl concerning some of her comments and slip ups before this happened..
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Investigators working the disappearance of Lisa Irwin have returned to a large wooded area near the girl’s home and are searching a creek bed.
Authorities with the Kansas City Police Department gathered with a backhoe and metal detectors near the 3600 block of Jackson.
An FBI agent told NBC Action News reporter Chris Hernandez they have called in Kansas City's Water Services Department to assist in the construction of a sump pump that was being used to lower the water levels so they could better search the creek.
The area is about two blocks west of Lisa’s home, in the 3600 block of N. Lister. The creek is part of the Buckeye Greenway, just south of Chouteau Elementary just off North Jackson Avenue.