A phone call made from the cell phone of Deborah Bradley, the mother of 11-month-old Lisa Irwin, is raising more questions.
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 Bradley’s phone, 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.
The issue for police lies in the question, how could a phone call be placed on the cell phone of Bradley when it was assumed, based on her statement to police, that her cell phone was disconnected due to non-payment?
The parents also informed police that the house cell phones had been taken, perhaps by the person or persons who abducted the little girl.
It is a mystery within a greater mystery of what happened to the little girl, but for the police to engage Wright in conversation about this phone call over multiple occasions, it certainly suggests pertinence to their take on the case.