A search in the Johnson County Landfill thankfully turned up no results in the search for missing baby girl Lisa Erwin. Now the fire department is searching a nearby well.
According to Huffington Post, Missouri Fire Department assisted in a search for baby girl Lisa Erwin in a cistern at a vacant house Tuesday but found nothing.
The firemen took turns going down the cistern, a receptacle designed for storage of rainwater and other liquids. The cistern is located underneath a backyard deck at a home the neighbors say have been empty for about four years.
ABC News reports as emergency workers searched the property for the child, Deborah Bradley, the mother expected to be charged.
"Its what the police do," said Irwin, the baby's aunt, who doesn't believe Bradley has an involvement in the baby's disappearance. "They don't have any leads, so they just have to pin it on somebody."
Bradley has denied any involvement in the disappearance of her baby, the authorities told her that she failed the lie detector test horribly.
Subpoenas from Clay County Circuit Court were sent Monday to at least four network affiliates in Kansas asking television stations to submit "all footage, including raw footage of interviews given by neighbors, family and friends regarding Lisa Irwin."
According to Fox4News Sgt. Stacy Graves, police were following up on a tip regarding an abandoned house near 39th and N. Brighton.