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Police cadaver dog smells scent of a dead body on floor of Baby Lisa's parent's bedroom

Post  milly on Sat 22 Oct - 14:31

Police cadaver dog smells scent of a dead body on floor of Baby Lisa's parent's bedroom

Search warrant revealed today shows that cadaver dog smelt scent of death in house on Monday
Police say that they took toys, clothing and a tape dispenser from house during 17-hour search on Wednesday
Baby Lisa's mother told police that she did not look behind house in search for daughter as she was afraid what she might find

Comes as three witnesses report seeing a man carrying a naked baby close to house on night Baby Lisa disappeared

Former best friend of missing child's mother says she had a dark side
By John Stevens

Last updated at 10:39 PM on 21st October 2011

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The scent of a deceased human being was smelt by police dogs on the floor of Baby Lisa's parent's bedroom, it has been revealed.
A cadaver dog got a 'positive hit' during a search on Monday at the home in Kansas City, Missouri, where the 11-month-old vanished two weeks ago.
A warrant issued to police to carry out a further search the home, which was made public today, revealed that a dog had sensed the smell of death in the room.

Smell: A cadaver dog reportedly detected the scent of a deceased human being in the bedroom of Lisa Irwin's parents Jeremy Irwin and Deborah Bradley

The scent was detected 'in an area of the floor of [Lisa Irwin's mother Deborah] Bradley’s bedroom near the bed,' the affidavit said.
The positive hit was used as evidence to get the search warrant for a 17-hour search on Wednesday.

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Police said that they wanted to look for DNA, fingerprints, cell phones and evidence of human decomposition.
Officers today said that they removed items including a multi-coloured comforter, purples shorts, a Disney shirt, a glow warm toy, a Cars-themed blanket, rolls of tape and a tape dispenser.
Bradley had previously told police that her daughter was was wearing purple shorts and a purple T-shirt when she put her to bed.

Hunt: The smell led to police getting a warrant to carry out a 17-hour search of the house in Kansas City, Missouri, on Wednesday
In the search warrant revealed today, officers indicated that parents Bradley and Lisa's father Jeremy Irwin had restricted police access to their home.

'The only areas extensively processed for DNA and fingerprints during the consent were the baby's bedroom and possible points of entry,' court documents reported.

'The extent of the search had been limited in nature with consent' of the parents, police wrote.
The police application for a search warrant said that people involved in the case had 'revealed conflicting information for a clear direction' for the search for the missing child.
'Bradley made the statement she did not initially look for her baby behind the house because she 'was afraid of what she might find,' the document revealed.

Baby Lisa: Deborah Bradley said that she put her daughter in her crib at 10:30pm on October 3

Missing: It has been over two weeks since 10-month-old Lisa Irwin was last seen
The police also cited a 'garden area with portions of dirt having an appearance of being recently disturbed or overturned.'
Investigators spent all day Wednesday and late into the night examining the inside of the house, a large detached garage, the lawn and the house exterior, including the eaves along the roof line, according to television video.
Officers and agents could be seen removing large brown paper bags of items, rolls of carpeting and dark panels that appeared to be from X-ray equipment.
Police had a warrant to search the house without the parents present. Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin are staying with relatives nearby.
Earlier today witnesses claimed a man was spotted carrying a naked baby three houses from where the baby disappeared on the night she vanished.
Abducted? Deborah Bradley said she left Lisa in her cot at 10:30pm on October 3
October 3: Mother spotted on surveillance footage buying wine at grocery store with unidentified man. Claims she put Lisa to bed at 10:30pm.
October 4: Father arrives home at 4am to find Lisa missing from her cot
October 5: Couple plead for daughter’s safe return
October 6: Police claim parents are no longer cooperating
October 7: Landfill close to home searched for second time and mother claims she has been told she has failed a lie detector test
October 9: Police go back to home to re-enact possible abduction scenario
October 10: Drainage ditch searched near the couple’s home
October 11: Lisa’s 11-month birthday and local media are subpoenaed to hand over all interview footage of parents and friends to police
October 12: New York detective Bill Stanton says he has been hired by a private benefactor to work with parents
October 14: Anonymous donor offers $100,000 reward for the return of Lisa
October 17: Police dog smells scent of dead body in house
October 18: Mother admits she was drinking on night of disappearance
October 19: Officers carry out 17-hour search of house
October 21: Witnesses appear on TV claiming that they saw a man with a naked baby on the night Lisa disappeared

A couple saw a man in a T-shirt walking with a child who appeared to be wearing no clothes at 12:15am on October 4, just hours after the 11-month-old was last seen at her house in Kansas City, Missouri.
Hours later at around 4am another witness claims he saw a man walking along an intersection three miles from the house carrying a naked baby.
The mother of Lisa Irwin, Deborah Bradley, claims that her daughter was abducted after she put her to bed at 10:30pm on that night.
The witness statements, which were today revealed for the first time, appear to back up the testimony of the mother, who has been under suspicion.
A woman, who has not been named but spoke to ABC News, said that she and her husband were three blocks from home of Lisa Irwin's parents when they saw the man and baby.
'It was shocking because I couldn't imagine anyone outside walking with their baby in the cold like that with no clothes on,' she said.
'The parts of the body we seen, it didn't look like the baby had any clothing at all, just a diaper.'
Just under four hours later, another witness, Mike Thompson, said on his way home from work he saw what could be the same man carrying the baby about three miles from the house.
'It was about 4 o'clock in the morning, 45 degrees, baby didn't have a blanket or coat or nothing, and this guy's walking down the street,' he told ABC News.
'I thought it was kind of weird.'
He described the man as 5'7 or 5'8, 140 to 150lbs, and in his late thirties or early forties.
All three witnesses described the man as calm.
The couple reported their sighting to the police on the morning they saw the man and said they have been interviewed four times by police.
Witness: This woman, who has not been named, said she and her husband saw a man carrying a naked baby three houses from Lisa Irwin's house
Testimony: Mike Thompson said that he thought the man's behaviour was 'weird'
Spotted: Another witness said that he saw a man with a baby walking at this intersection three miles from the Irwin's house at 4am on that night

Police said they are pursuing more than 60 out-of-state leads in their investigation into the disappearance.
Police spokesman Steve Young said police have cleared nearly 700 tips and leads in the disappearance.
The continued police search comes as a woman who describes herself as Bradley's former best friend has claimed she had a dark side.
'She was my friend at one time and I loved to be around her, but when I [saw] the other side of her and got to know the true Debbie, I couldn't even believe I trusted her with anything,' Shirley Pfaff told The Huffington Post.
Ms Pfaff, who met Bradley in 2002 when they were both military wives and lived across the street from each other said she was not surprised by inconsistencies around Bradley's story.
'I am not shocked that her story has changed like the wind,' she said. 'That's typical Debbie.'
Clues: The sightings were made in the middle of the night after Baby Lisa disappeared
Lisa Irwin vanished on the night of October 3 in Kansas City, Missouri, after her mother Deborah Bradley claims she put her to bed at 10:30pm.
But later that night, when Lisa's father Jeremy Irwin checked on the child when he got home from work, the baby was gone, and she was reported missing by her parents early on Tuesday.
Irwin and Bradley claimed someone must have crept into their home while the child's mother and brothers slept and snatched the baby girl, saying that the front window had been tampered with.
Police have searched the couple's home, nearby wooded areas, an industrial park, landfills and sewers.

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Re: Police cadaver dog smells scent of a dead body on floor of Baby Lisa's parent's bedroom

Post  mara thon on Sat 5 Nov - 11:27


Cadaver Dog Indicates 'Hit' In Home Of Missing Missouri Girl

(CNN) -- A cadaver dog searching the home where a missing 11-month-old Missouri girl was reportedly last seen indicated a positive "hit" for the scent of a body, according to documents released Friday.
The information was included in an affidavit, dated Tuesday, police filed to request a search warrant of Lisa Irwin's Kansas City home.
Baby Lisa was reported missing at 4 a.m. October 4, after Lisa's father, Jeremy Irwin, came home from work to find the door unlocked, the lights on and a window that had been tampered with.
Lisa's mother, Deborah Bradley, said she last saw Lisa at 6:40 p.m. the night before.
"The cadaver dog indicated a positive 'hit' for the scent of a deceased human in the area of the floor of Bradley's bedroom near the bed," the affidavit read.
It also said that interviews with people involved in the case "revealed conflicting information" and that Bradley told police she did not initially look for her baby behind the house because she "was afraid of what she might find."
A judge approved the search warrant, which allowed investigators to comb the house and barred the family from returning home. The warrant was executed on Wednesday.
Police took clothing, blankets, a toy, rolls of tape and a tape dispenser from the home, documents showed.
The attorney for Lisa's parents said the release of the affidavit Friday was "unfortunate," as it could derail the search for the missing girl. Joe Tacopina described his clients as "very shaken up and they refuse to believe anything except that she is out there and alive." He said Lisa's parents are "terrified, not for themselves, but for the welfare of their daughter."
The attorney also stressed cadaver dogs are just meant to be an investigative tool, and cannot be considered a basis for legal action against his clients.
The family's private investigator, Bill Stanton, called the information contained in the affidavit "interesting."
"I'm eager to get the facts (and) I hope it leads to finding baby Lisa," he said.
Earlier in the week, Bradley said in an NBC interview that she was drunk the night the infant disappeared and that she had last seen the baby about four hours earlier than initially reported.
Bradley told NBC she is afraid she will be arrested. Police have accused her of killing Lisa, she said, and told her that she failed a lie detector test.
"I was the last one with her," a tearful Bradley said. "And from judging on how the questioning went, that's kind of a fear that I have. And the main fear with that is, if they arrest me, people are going to stop looking for her. And then I'll never see her again, and I'll never know what happened."
Asked how much she had been drinking that night, Bradley said, "enough to be drunk."
But she rejected the notion that she could have harmed her daughter while under the influence of alcohol.
"No, no, no," she told NBC. "And if I thought there was a chance, I'd say it. No. No. I don't think alcohol changes a person enough to do something like that."
Asked whether he had questions about Bradley, Jeremy Irwin told NBC, "No. There's no question to be had there. I know who she is. I know the kind of mother she is."
Irwin said it's possible someone could have entered the house without Bradley hearing, as the couple's bedroom is on the opposite corner of the house from Lisa's room and Bradley sleeps with a fan at high speed.
Lisa is described as being 30 inches tall with blue eyes and blonde hair, according to police. She weighs between 26 and 30 pounds and was last seen wearing purple shorts and a purple shirt with white kittens on it.
The missing girl has two bottom teeth and a "beauty mark" on her right outer thigh, police said. At the time of her disappearance, she had a cold with a cough.
CNN's Greg Morrison and Sandra Endo contributed to this report.
Copyright CNN 2011

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