7 week old TN baby disappears into thin air, Breeder arrested

Andrea Walker and her missing daughter Aniston.

Andrea Walker and her missing daughter Aniston.

Police Call-Off Search For Missing Baby:

Family And Friends Of Mother Of Missing Baby Talk About Abuse Charges:

I apologize for not posting this story sooner as I just found out about it today thanks to Krystal who sent in the tip.

A few weeks ago in Memphis, Tennessee, then 7-week-old Aniston Walker went missing. Her mother, Andrea Walker, claims that she walked her 5-year-old to school and left Aniston alone with her 3-year-old. When she returned she says, the baby was gone even though the home was locked and there were no signs of forced entry.

Police in Memphis suspended the search after 3 days even though they are still investigating her disappearance. Meanwhile Andrea Walker is believed to have had something to do with her daughter’s disappearance and has been arrested on neglect and abuse charges. Police say that Andrea Walker has been uncooperative and has allegedly given conflicting stories. The only thing missing from this story is that she Walker hasn’t claimed to have given the baby to a fictional person.

Nothing will bring a community together like a missing child. Complete strangers will drop whatever they’re doing and volunteer to assist police in the search. Nothing will turn a community against you faster than lying about that child’s disappearance. Eventually they will find Aniston and more than likely, I hate to say, deceased. Do yourself and everyone a favor, talk now so the baby can be put to rest.

  • http://trenchreynolds.me/ Trench Reynolds
  • AlabamDeb

    Not that I believe her story for a second, but isn’t it ironic…like the 5 year old couldn’t walk to school by their self – because, y’know, because that would be, ummm, “too dangerous”, yeah, that’s it. But this same person…this loving, caring, devoted “mother” has no problem leaving a 7 WEEK OLD alone with a 3 YEAR OLD? Anyone have a freight train I can drive thru the holes in this story?

  • http://ronnisrants.blogspot.com ronni

    Leaving a 3-year-old in charge of a baby is not good parenting. If you have to, bundle up the lot of them and all walk the older one to school, or get someone else to walk her to school, or get someone else to stay with the little ones…jesus! The 3-year-old may have smothered the baby while she was gone and she got rid of the evidence when she came home.

    • Lisa

      Right? Everything you said is simply common sense. However, my great grandmother always said to deserving people (like the woman featured) “If common sense is so common, why don’t you have any?” This woman either has none or is guilty as sin.