October 12, 2010 by staff
Baker, 42, was described, as a “person of interest” by police in Hickory that investigators now say is a homicide case.
Police said they can not find someone – other than his father and stepmother – who saw 10-year-old Zahra Baker in at least one month, even if Baker Elisa and her husband, Adam, n ‘ has not reported her missing from their Hickory home until Saturday afternoon.
Hickory Police were called to the home around 5 o’clock Bakery Saturday after a report of a brush fire on the property, and a search warrant shows police found a ransom note in a vehicle at home. Hickory Police Chief Tom Adkins said Tuesday that Elisa Baker admitted to writing the ransom and he was charged with obstruction of justice crime.
Elisa Baker’s MySpace page is titled “Miss Gothicfairy” and includes a blend of rock, country and a number of personal notes, Baker, and photos that seem to show Zahra Baker and other children’s stepmother.
Zahra has a photo of a legend – presumably written by her stepmother – “. LOL the black child” who described the girl as
In a message written February 22, 2009, Baker wrote. “I’m so sick of people judging me by how I look. I am gothic and very proud. ”
The post, full of misspellings and grammatical continues, “All I hear is that you’ll grow out of it some day when you’ll be normal. Prime wells, its something Ur born so you do not just grow up and for me it’s normal. ”
She added: “I am E’lesa by God and thats what I am until I die.
On June 16, 2009, Baker wrote: “Your children tearing your heart. It is a circle without endin. ”
The same day she wrote that she had a “wonderful husband” and it keeps its positive, even when everybody treats me like c ***.”
Someone posted a response to this note in the late morning on Tuesday, writes: “Yes, we can say to the family means nothing to you. What did you do that little girl. Where is Zahra? “
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