The mother of Lisa Irwin has announced that her cell phone was disconnected for nonpayment on the night her daughter, 11-month-old Lisa Irwin went missing. Yet, police have been investigating reports that a phone call was made from the alleged disconnected phone. How can this be explained?
It appears that the parents of Lisa Irwin have a phone problem. According to KCTV in Kansas City, on multiple occasions, police have questioned Megan Wright, a woman living a mile away from the Irwin family, about a 50-second call that came through on her cell phone, from the phone of Lisa’s mother, Deborah Bradley. The call was made around 2:30 a.m. on Oct. 4.
This would have been 4 hours after the 10:30 p.m. time given to investigators by Bradley for when she fell asleep, and an hour and a half before Jeremy Irwin, the child’s father told police he came home to find the Kansas City MO. girl missing.
Megan Wright, the woman who is the owner of the cell phone to which the phone call from Bradley’s phone was placed, told KCTV that she did not have possession of the phone at the time, due to the fact that, in sharing her home with a number of individuals, her phone has become “community” property.
There is speculation that the phone might have been directed to a neighborhood handyman who goes by the name of “Jersey.” The man was apparently connected to Wright at some point.
"He's an ex-boyfriend of mine; we dated for about five months. I met him when I lived further down on Brighton. He was just a friend of a friend. He and I were together, for like I said, about five months. After I ended up moving in here, we broke up shortly afterwards and it was a couple of weeks before baby Lisa went missing,” Wright said Monday.
Still the phone call has presented a problem for the Irwin family, and it might just be causing the same issues for police.