UPDATE II: As of right now cops are saying the above report panned out not to be connected to Baby Lisa
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) – DEVELOPING:
Police are on scene of an abandoned house at 39th and North Chouteau after they said a backpack and some diapers were found inside.
KCTV5 has a reporter on scene and will bring you more information on this lead when it becomes available.
Kansas City police also have in custody the handyman they’ve been wanting to question in connection to the disappearance of missing baby Lisa Irwin.
Captain Steve Young said the man known as “Jersey” is in custody on unrelated charges. Young also said they wanted to question the man about Irwin because he was known to frequent the area but he is not a suspect.
The 10 month old Kansas City, Missouri baby, who went missing almost 2 weeks ago may be alive and close to home. Wild Bill Stanton told Fox News this evening that this breaking news was only given to him tonight. He told Judge Jeanine that investigators searched an abandoned home where a man’s backback, baby wipes and a newly soiled diaper was found. DNA tests can determine if the diapers were worn by the missing baby. The diapers, believed to be soiled recently may indicate that the baby is alive and close to home.
If the discovered diapers, which were located at 39th Street and Chouteau in Kansas City, are determined do belong to the baby, it is possible that the baby never left the vicinity and was taken by somebody familiar with the family.
Family Releases Home Video of Missing Baby Lisa Irwin
The family of missing Missouri baby Lisa Irwin has released new home video of the 11-month-old. Her parents reported her missing on October 4th when her father, Jeremy Irwin, found the baby missing from her crib after he returned from a late shift at work.
Rod Wheeler, a former homicide detective, joined America’s Newsroom and questioned why the family just released the video now and didn’t make it public days ago.
Geraldo on Search for Baby Lisa Irwin: “It’s Virtually Impossible This Is Not an Inside Job”
There are still no leads or suspects in the disappearance of 11-month-old Lisa Irwin, who went missing two weeks ago when her dad claims he found her crib empty upon his arrival home from work.
Jeanine Pirro and Geraldo Rivera joined Happening Now to comment on the case and described several inconsistencies in the parents’ statements.
Pirro said that what doesn’t add up to her is the fact that while Lisa Irwin’s mother claims that the baby was snatched while she was asleep, there was a baby monitor on that night and she didn’t hear anything suspicious. Also, the Irwins have a dog that has been known to bark frequently, but remained quiet that night.
Rivera said that because October 4 was the first night that baby Lisa’s father worked the overnight shift, “It seems to me that it’s virtually impossible that this is not an inside job.”