Attorney John Picerno, who represents the parents of 1-year-old Lisa Irwin, claimed that reports of a phone call from the cell phone of Deborah Bradley to the phone of Megan Wright, proves that his clients are innocent because the call, which is said to have not originated from the home of the Irwins, could not have been made by the parents.
A man, who at one time lived with Wright, the owner of the cell phone, who claimed not to have had possession of the device on Oct. 4, when a 50-second call came through from Bradley’s phone, has told investigators that a person called "Dane" had been utilizing Wright’s phone.
The phone call has become an important puzzle in the case, since the call was made somewhere between 8:30 p.m. on Oct. 3 and 2:30 a.m. on Oct 4., when little Lisa was reported missing.
Wright had claimed to not have had possession of her own cell phone due to the fact that her phone was frequently being used by housemates. According to Wright, it was “Community Property.”
The former roommate, who had spoken to the media in the past, on condition of anonymity, had previously indicated that he lived with Wright and other adults, as well as Dane, who might have had the phone that night. Reportedly, investigators have already questioned Dane.
Still, even if the phone call was placed by someone else to Wright’s cell phone, the question some are asking is how could a phone call have been made from Bradley’s phone at all, if her phone had been disconnected as she had indicated to police? These are questions that the police will have to answer as they continue to investigate the case.