Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Flights Halted Over Search Area On Wednesday
A search for a 10-month-old baby that reportedly
went missing October 4th prompted the FAA to issue a TFR on
Wednesday in the area surrounding the home of the child's
parents in Kansas City, MO, while authorities searched for
The TFR, which was in effect until about 1100 CDT Wednesday, was
a circle a mile in diameter and reaching up to 1,500 feet agl.
MSNBC reported that the flight restrictions were put in place to
"provide a safe environment for law enforcement." It is the fourth
time that the specific area around the house, described as "heavily
wooded," has been searched.
The baby's mother, Deborah Bradley, admits to being intoxicated
at the time the baby disappeared. She and her husband are
reportedly cooperating with authorities, and her attorney says she
will "absolutely not" be arrested.
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