Lisa Irwin National Guard
October 17, 2011 by staff
Investigators were almost shoulder to shoulder as combing open areas and forest near the Irwin family’s house in Kansas City, North. We included a small area at Parvin Road and Jackson Avenue and an area near the southern most Choteau Elementary School.
The effort was led by Henry Schmidt, an expert in coordinating large search the National Center for Missing & Exploited &.
Gov. Jay Nixon called the 1139th Military Police Company of the Missouri National Guard, based in Harrisonville. Its members have had the same training and testing in searches as traditional law enforcement, said Rachel Knight, a spokesman for the Guard.
About 15 researchers slowly covered an area of ??roadside thick with bushes, tall weeds and vines. Weeds that brushed back and forth, pushed to the ground with sticks and often dropped to his knee to get a closer look. Progress is measured in meters per hour.
Authorities did not say what they have learned from the search, which lasted from 8 am to 3:45 pm
The 11 months of age, has been the subject of intense investigation and research since October 4 disappeared.
The areas, which cover about one square kilometer, was registered before, said Bridget Patton, spokesman for the FBI.
She said Sunday that efforts involving more staff and took on a slightly enlarged. Most always “fresh eyes” in the search for clues, said Patton.
Help others Sunday morning officials including police departments in Buckner, Merriam, Shawnee and Overland Park, and the Department of the Johnson County Sheriff and the FBI.
Buckner Police Chief Mike Cook, along with member of Buckner, offered to help after receiving an email from the FBI about 7:45 pm Saturday.
“We know that everyone has been to record a lot of hours,” said Cook. “If we can help we will.”
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