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Originally posted by silo13
Here's another interesting piece of news.
September 24 Lena Lunsford 911 call (first call)
911: 911, What's your emergency?
Lena: My babies missing
911: Okay, Where is your address?
Lena: 45 Dennison Street
911: 45 Dennison Street?
Lena: I've been out looking for her for over an hour
911: How old? Man, if you would just calm down
Lena: I'm sorry, she is only 3
911: When is the last time you saw him?
Lena: (inaudible) It's a girl. This morning real early I went in to check on her because she's been sick with the flu
911: Okay, Male or Female?
Lena: It's a girl
911: It's a girl?
911: Okay, so you saw her this morning around 6:30?
911: When... that was the last time you saw her was 6:30 this morning
Lena: Yes, she laid back down and went back to sleep and we went back to bed.
911: Okay, were the doors open or anything?
Lena: No, the doors weren't open
911: They locked?
Lena: Uh, yes I think
911: (inaudible) in the residence?
Lena: Me and my other kids
911: Okay, do you live with her father?
911: Who is her father?
Lena: Her father is a guy named Eric Harris He doesn't even know that she exist
911: and you been looking for her the past hour?
Lena: Yes I've looked everywhere. I've drove up all these roads trying to find her.
911: What was she wearing when you put her back in bed?
Lena: She had on a pair of purple Dora PJ's. We went up all these streets. We went up all these streets.
911:Have you been outside checking the area?
Lena: Yes, I've drove up all the streets around here looking...thinking maybe she went outside or something. And I don't think my Mom would of come and got her because she would of woke me up (inaudible) she'd be the only one.
911: okay, have you called your Mother?
Lena: No, I need to do that...and see if she has got her
911: Do you have a certain number for her?
Lena: yes, XXX-XXX-XXXX
911: (repeats number)
911: What is her name?
Lena: Jo Ann Evans
911: Jo Ann Evans?
911: Well, if you wanna call her back real quick and call me back so I know whats going on
Wow. So, this man didn't even know he had a baby girl. Ouch.
This is getting worse and worse as it goes.
peaceedit on 5-10-2011 by silo13 because: EDITED SOURCE
This who conversation with 911 is not even the story I am hearing on the news right now.
Originally posted by TheLoneArcher
With a baby in the house, my place would be locked up to the nines. I do not think that anyone could just walk in and take a baby from the cot. The purp must have known the layout of the house and how to get in without detection. I am so sorry to sa ythat this sounds very iffy.
On another, more out of this world note. There was a report a few ywears ago, in the mountains close to where I live. A family was out for a walk. The parents were about 100 metres apart and the son walked from mother to father. Neither watched him walk over, but he never arrived. He had simply vanished. The police were called and an extensive search was conducted with no result.
He was never seen again. Even his footprints on the wet grass just stopped. Now I am not saying that is what happened, but so many people just vanish from the face of the earth without trace.
Although, I truly hope they find the baby safe and sound.
The parents of the Lisa Irwin, missing 10-month-old Northland girl, said this morning that nothing looked out of place or was disturbed in the infant’s room.
“It was like they just walked in and just disappeared,” Deborah Bradley, the girl’s mother, told local media.
They also appeared this morning on Good Morning America.
Jeremy Irwin, Lisa’s father, told local media that whoever took his daughter also took all three of their cell phones so they couldn’t call anybody, including 911.
Officials said an infant matching her description was seen Wednesday with a middle-aged white male and white female in an older model SUV at the Love’s Travel Stop at the intersection of Interstate 29 and U.S. Highway 169. Their direction of travel was not known.
Cmdr. Jim Connors, head of the St. Joseph Police Department’s detective division, said officials have contacted Kansas City Police, who have requested a copy of the store’s surveillance video.
Authorities believe Lisa Irwin was taken from her North Kansas City home sometime between 10:30 p.m. Monday and 4 a.m. Tuesday.
Taking all three cell phones? Why didn't dad have one with him? Don't we all take our cell phones with us, even to work, in the car, in case of an emergency?
Can't they trace them?