Appearing on the television shows “Today” on NBC and “Good Morning America” on Monday, the parents of baby Lisa Irwin, who has been missing since the early hours of October 4th from their home in Kansas City admitted that the mother was drunk during the night.
Footage from surveillance camera in a grocery shop near their home revealed that Deborah Bradley, mother of the baby bought a box of wine the previous evening. But the she claimed that her condition was not so bad that she could hurt her eleven month old baby girl.
Changing her earlier statements when she claimed that she last saw Lisa when she put her to bed at 10.30 pm on the night of October 3rd, she said “Today” that she last saw her baby at 6.30 p.m.
Jeremy Irwin, father of the baby does not believe his wife has anything to do with the disappearance of their daughter. He found the front door and the window of Lisa’s bedroom open after returning home from work. It was only after the parents went to the Lisa’s room that they became aware of her disappearance and reported the matter to police.
Bradley is apprehensive that the police may arrest her. She could not pass a lie-detector test regarding the whereabouts of their daughter. She also informed that police has come up with burnt clothes and cell phone records. But her main worry is that once the police arrest her, people will no longer try to find her daughter.