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MISSING BABY - Emma Leigh Barker, an 18-month-old Lancaster girl reported by her mother to have been abducted is believed to be dead, authorities said. The mother, a 24-year-old Lancaster woman, told sheriff's officials that she had been at at Lancaster City Park with her daughter and somehow hit her head on the steering wheel and blacked out. She told deputies the next thing she remembered was waking up at the Palmdale Park-and-Ride lot on Avenue S with her daughter missing, sheriff's officials said. Deputies and bloodhounds searched around the parking lot early Thursday.
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Toddler's Body Found During Search For SoCal Child
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Authorities are investigating the possible abduction of an 18-month-old girl in Palmdale.


Authorities in Los Angeles said they have found the body of a toddler believed to be an 18-month-old girl whose mother reported her missing under unusual circumstances.

The case has been turned over to homicide detectives.

Los Angeles police spokeswoman Aura Sierra said the girl's mother told authorities she last saw her daughter, Emma Leigh Barker, at 5 p.m. Wednesday in Lancaster in northern Los Angeles County.

The mother, whose name has not been released, said she was putting Emma into a car seat at Lancaster City Park when she was knocked unconscious. The mother said that when she woke up her daughter was missing.

Sierra said the mother reported her daughter missing to sheriff's deputies at 9 a.m. Thursday.

The body was found in the Mission Hills area of Los Angeles.

Anyone with more information about the case was urged to call the Palmdale Station at (661) 272-2400.
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missing 18-month-old girl has been found in the Mission Hills area.
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PALMDALE, Calif. (KABC) -- Eyewitness News has learned that a body believed to be that of the missing 18-month-old girl has been found in the Mission Hills area.

The investigation into the disappearance of the Emma Leigh Barker has been turned over to sheriff's homicide detectives.

Police have not confirmed the identity, but say the body appears to be that of a child.

Sheriff's investigators received a call around 11 p.m. Wednesday from the toddler's mother.

The woman in her 20s told investigators the last thing she remembers is being at Lancaster City Park. She says she woke up at a Park and Ride off Avenue S in Palmdale and discovered her baby was missing. She says she doesn't remember how she got there from Lancaster.

The woman was treated by paramedics at the Park and Ride and then taken to the hospital with unknown injuries.

So far there are no suspects or a motive.

If you have any information, you're asked to call the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Palmdale station at (661) 272-2400.
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Lancaster mother questioned about death
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This story appeared in the Antelope Valley Press
Friday, March 20, 2009.

By DAISY RATZLAFF
Valley Press Staff Writer

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SEEKING CLUES - Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department authorities on Thursday investigate a crime scene near the Park-and-Ride on Avenue S in Palmdale in connection with the death of an 18-month-old girl from Lancaster.
EVELYN KRISTO/Valley Press

PALMDALE - Authorities are sorting through the tale of a Lancaster mother who initially reported that her 18-month-old daughter had been abducted, with homicide investigators later finding the toddler's body abandoned in Sylmar.

Emma Leigh Barker was first reported as abducted by her 21-year-old mother, Stacey Barker. The woman told sheriff's deputies that she had been knocked out Wednesday night and left unconscious. She said she came awake in Palmdale at the Avenue S Park-and-Ride commuter lot, only to find her daughter missing.

A series of sad and disturbing developments unfolded throughout the day Thursday.

About 11 a.m., sheriff's investigators found a body of a female toddler in Sylmar in the vicinity of Roxford Street and El Dorado Avenue, off Interstate 5.

The girl was confirmed to be Emma, coroner's officials said late Friday. The cause of death was not disclosed, pending an examination.

"It appears that there has been a death in which investigators found the body of a small child in the Mission Hills area," said Steve Whitmore, spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

"The investigators are fairly sure it is young Emma, but she hasn't been positively identified yet," Whitmore said.

He added: "Investigators were led to the body through their investigation. The location of the body was accessible to the freeway and to surface streets. The investigation is now being handled by the (Sheriff's) Los Angeles County Homicide Bureau."

During a press conference Thursday afternoon in the San Fernando Valley, homicide investigators said the body was dumped sometime during the previous 24 hours.

The cause of death was not immediately known.

Whitmore said as of Thursday evening nobody was in custody, but added the mother was being questioned by investigators.

About 11 p.m. Wednesday night, sheriff's deputies of the Palmdale Station received a call from the woman's brother.

Stacey Barker's brother told authorities that his sister regained consciousness at the Park-and-Ride in Palmdale. He reported that his sister was injured and her toddler daughter was missing, sheriff's officials said.

The mother told sheriff's deputies of the Palmdale Station that she was putting Emma in her car seat when she was knocked unconscious from behind. She said the head injury was sustained at Lancaster City Park.

When she regained consciousness about 10 p.m. and 10 miles to the south at Palmdale's Park-and-Ride lot, the toddler was gone.

At the news conference, sheriff's Lt. Pat Nelson said when authorities found the girl's mother, she was "partially clad" and had sustained some kind of head injury.

Barker was taken to the hospital for treatment, sheriff's officials said.

The Sheriff's Department spent most of last night trying to find the child.

During their investigation, sheriff's detectives found several inconsistencies in the mother's story and received information suggesting the little girl was in the Sylmar area and was dead, authorities said.

What was reported, at first, to be a case of child abduction sparked an extensive search in the Park-and-Ride early Thursday morning before the search shifted about 40 miles south near the Golden State Freeway, one of the principle commuter routes from the Antelope Valley into Los Angeles.

During the early hours of the investigation at the Avenue S commuter lot, deputies and detectives, using bloodhounds, went from car to car in hopes of finding the toddler or information. The lot sweeps down to Lake Palmdale, a reservoir operated by Palmdale Water District.

About 9 a.m. Thursday, two deputies stayed behind to do the last checkup of the parking lot area when a Palmdale deputy found several pieces of clothing behind a bush in a dirt area behind an area fence. The clothes were later identified as the woman's clothing, authorities said.

At least half a dozen deputies assisted in the search. Crime lab investigators of the downtown Major Crimes Unit also later collected the clothing as evidence, took pictures and positioned flags for evidence.

A sheriff's helicopter was also dispatched to take area shots of the parking lot and the desert area around the fence for later investigations, said deputies at the scene.

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RE: MISSING BABY - Mom: Toddler's death 'accidental'
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Woman says she panicked, feared blame
This story appeared in the Antelope Valley Press
Saturday, March 21, 2009.

By CHARLES F. BOSTWICK
Valley Press Managing Editor
PALMDALE - A 23-year-old Lancaster woman whose toddler daughter was found dead in Sylmar has told investigators her daughter died as a result of an accident and that she panicked and dumped her daughter's body out of fear she would be blamed, sheriff's officials said Friday.

Stacey Barker, who recanted her original story that she had been assaulted and her daughter kidnapped at a Lancaster park, has been released by sheriff's detectives, who are awaiting a determination of what killed 18-month-old Emma Barker, a sheriff's spokeswoman said.

"It is anticipated, in the near future, the facts of this case will be presented to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office for consideration," sheriff's spokeswoman Sgt. Diane Hecht said Friday. "The child's mother is no longer being detained and is with her parents."

A search for Emma was set off late Wednesday when Palmdale sheriff's deputies got a call from Stacey Barker's brother, who said his sister was injured at a park-and-ride lot on Avenue S and her daughter was missing. Deputies said the woman told them she had been putting her daughter into her car seat at Lancaster City Park when she was knocked unconscious, and that when she woke up six hours later in the Palmdale park-and-ride lot the toddler was gone.

Deputies said they found Stacey Barker partially clad and suffering from a head injury.

During the early hours of the investigation, deputies, assisted by bloodhounds, went from car to car at the park-and-ride lot in hopes of finding the toddler or information. About 9 a.m. Thursday, several pieces of clothing were found behind a bush in a dirt area behind a fence, and were later identified as the woman's, authorities said.

Hecht said the mother late Thursday morning directed investigators to where she left her daughter's body, in some tall weeds in the vicinity of Roxford Street and El Dorado Avenue, off Interstate 5. The body was found about 11 a.m., and confirmed that night as Emma's, officials said.

Sheriff's officials did not say what sort of accident Stacey Barker said killed her daughter.

Coroner's Lt. Kelly Yagerlener said an autopsy was conducted Friday, but officials put off declaring the cause of death until further tests are conducted.

Reached at the family's home by The Associated Press, Stacey Barker's father declined to comment on his daughter's admission that Emma died accidentally. Gary Barker also would not comment on what led to his granddaughter's death.

He said there were no words to express how the family is dealing with the news as they prepare for the toddler's funeral.

Gary Barker described Emma as a "beautiful, happy girl" who smiled from the time she got up to when she went to bed.

"You lose it, you get it together, you lose it, you get it together," he told The Associated Press. "She was so young, and it's such an unnatural tragedy."

Stacey Barker lived at home with her parents and younger brother, who all took turns taking care of the family's first and only grandchild, AP reported. His wife worked at night so they wouldn't have to send Emma to day care, while his son watched Emma during the morning so other family members could rest.

Gary Barker said constant reminders of Emma are around the house and surface at the most unexpected moments.

The TV menu catalogued the last movies they watched together. Emma especially loved "Bee Movie" and "Alvin and the Chipmunks," he said.

He said he last saw Emma on Tuesday night when he got home from work just before his granddaughter's bedtime. His voice choked with emotion as he recalled the memory.

"I was holding her in the family room and I was dancing with her and slowly dipping her," he said. "She was laughing and smiling and we were looking at each other eye to eye. After that it was bedtime, and Stacey gave her a bottle and put her to bed."

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MISSING BABY - Lancaster Mom Arrested For Murder in Toddler's Death
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April 23, 2009

LANCASTER -- A mother who initially claimed she was assaulted and her 18- month- old daughter kidnapped has been arrested on suspicion of murder in the toddler's death.

Stacey Barker, 24, initially told deputies her daughter Emma was abducted from her car in the parking lot of Lancaster City Park on March 18th.

She claimed she was knocked out by the kidnapper and woke up several miles away at the Palmdale Park-n-Ride.

Barker later admitted making up the abduction story.

She said the little girl died accidentally, causing her to panic and leave the girl's body near the freeway.

The child's body was found 12 hours later, dumped in a grassy lot near the Golden State Freeway in Sylmar.

The results of an autopsy on child have not been disclosed.

Barker was arrested Thursday at a home in Lancaster and is being held on $1 Million bail.

She is expected to be arraigned Monday.

Barker's father told KTLA back in March that Barker lived at home with her parents and younger brother who all took turns taking care of the family's first and only grandchild.

Gary Barker said his wife worked at night so they wouldn't have to send Emma to day care, while his son watched Emma during the morning so other family members could rest.

Barker would not comment on what led to his granddaughter's death.

He said there were no words to express how the family is dealing with the news as they prepare for the toddler's funeral.

He described Emma as a "beautiful, happy girl'' who smiled from the time she got up to when she went to bed.

"You lose it, you get it together, you lose it, you get it together,'' he told reporters.

"She was so young and it's such an unnatural tragedy.''

Barker said there are constant reminders of Emma around the house that surface at the most unexpected moments.

The TV menu catalogued the last movies they watched together. Emma especially loved "Bee Movie'' and "Alvin and the Chipmunks,'' he said.

He said he last saw Emma the night before the alleged abduction when he got home from work just before his granddaughter's bedtime.

His voice choked with emotion as he recalled the memory.

"I was holding her in the family room and I was dancing with her and slowly dipping her,'' he said.

"She was laughing and smiling and we were looking at each other eye to eye. After that it was bedtime and Stacey gave her a bottle and put her to bed.''
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This story appeared in the Antelope Valley Press
Tuesday, May 12, 2009.

By CRAIG CURRIER
Valley Press Staff Writer
LANCASTER - A Lancaster mother suspected of smothering her toddler daughter nearly two months ago pleaded not guilty Monday to murder and other charges in an Antelope Valley courtroom.

Stacey Marie Barker, 24, also faces one count each of assault on a child causing death and child abuse.

The charges stem from a March 18 incident involving the death of Barker's 18-month-old daughter, Emma Leigh Barker. The child's mother initially told authorities she was assaulted as she put her daughter into her car seat at Lancaster City Park.

Barker told deputies she woke up six hours later in a Palmdale park-and-ride lot with her toddler missing, but she later changed her story, admitting her daughter was not abducted and had died as the result of an accident. Barker told investigators she dumped her daughter's body out of fear she would be blamed for the death. She then directed them to where she left the child's body in Sylmar, officials said.

Unlike her first court appearance on April 27 when she wore casual clothing, Barker appeared in a blue-and-yellow Los Angeles County Jail uniform Monday with her hair braided tightly on the top.

Barker sat in a holding cell separated from the room and spoke only a few times, answering Judge Steven Ogden's yes-or-no questions. Barker's attorney entered her plea but refused to comment on the case.

Barker will be back in court June 15 to set a date for her preliminary hearing, which determines whether there is enough evidence for her to stand trial. She remains jailed in lieu of $1 million bail at Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood.

Authorities still haven't released details about the accident that Barker told them killed the toddler.

Barker allegedly inflicted wounds to her own head, partially undressed herself and faked semi-consciousness in an attempt to mislead deputies, setting off a search that went from car to car with assistance from bloodhounds at the park-and-ride lot. Several pieces of Barker's clothing were found behind a bush, authorities said.

Under questioning, she admitted the story was fictional and directed authorities to where the toddler's body was found in the 13000 block of El Dorado Avenue in Sylmar.

Barker attended the March 24 funeral for her daughter, which drew hundreds of family and friends to Joshua Memorial Park and Mortuary.

Stacey Barker was arrested April 23.

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This story appeared in the Antelope Valley Press
Tuesday, May 12, 2009.

By CRAIG CURRIER
Valley Press Staff Writer
LANCASTER - A Lancaster mother suspected of smothering her toddler daughter nearly two months ago pleaded not guilty Monday to murder and other charges in an Antelope Valley courtroom.

Stacey Marie Barker, 24, also faces one count each of assault on a child causing death and child abuse.

The charges stem from a March 18 incident involving the death of Barker's 18-month-old daughter, Emma Leigh Barker. The child's mother initially told authorities she was assaulted as she put her daughter into her car seat at Lancaster City Park.

Barker told deputies she woke up six hours later in a Palmdale park-and-ride lot with her toddler missing, but she later changed her story, admitting her daughter was not abducted and had died as the result of an accident. Barker told investigators she dumped her daughter's body out of fear she would be blamed for the death. She then directed them to where she left the child's body in Sylmar, officials said.

Unlike her first court appearance on April 27 when she wore casual clothing, Barker appeared in a blue-and-yellow Los Angeles County Jail uniform Monday with her hair braided tightly on the top.

Barker sat in a holding cell separated from the room and spoke only a few times, answering Judge Steven Ogden's yes-or-no questions. Barker's attorney entered her plea but refused to comment on the case.

Barker will be back in court June 15 to set a date for her preliminary hearing, which determines whether there is enough evidence for her to stand trial. She remains jailed in lieu of $1 million bail at Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood.

Authorities still haven't released details about the accident that Barker told them killed the toddler.

Barker allegedly inflicted wounds to her own head, partially undressed herself and faked semi-consciousness in an attempt to mislead deputies, setting off a search that went from car to car with assistance from bloodhounds at the park-and-ride lot. Several pieces of Barker's clothing were found behind a bush, authorities said.

Under questioning, she admitted the story was fictional and directed authorities to where the toddler's body was found in the 13000 block of El Dorado Avenue in Sylmar.

Barker attended the March 24 funeral for her daughter, which drew hundreds of family and friends to Joshua Memorial Park and Mortuary.

Stacey Barker was arrested April 23.

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Stacey Barker, 24, also faces assault, child abuse charges
This story appeared in the Antelope Valley Press
Tuesday, July 28, 2009.

By CRAIG CURRIER
Valley Press Staff Writer
LANCASTER - A Lancaster mother suspected of smothering her toddler daughter in March told homicide detectives she lied about the circumstances of her child's death because she feared people would say she was a bad mother.

Stacey Marie Barker, 24, was in an Antelope Valley courtroom Monday, appearing for the second time in seven days.

The preliminary hearing for Barker, which took place over two days and totaled around four hours, was completed Monday with Judge Carlos Chung finding sufficient evidence for Barker to stand trial for the murder of her 18-month-old daughter, Emma Leigh Barker.

Barker faces one count each of murder, assault on a child causing death and child abuse, stemming from the March 18 death of her daughter. Her preliminary hearing began the afternoon of July 21 and carried through to the end of the court day.

Detective Sandra Nava of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's homicide investigation unit, one of two detectives who interviewed Barker in the days following the toddler's March 18 death, continued her testimony Monday. Nava said Barker maintained the death was accidental throughout the interview, which lasted more than two hours.

"We informed her that an autopsy would be done to determine the cause of death, and that's when she changed (her story)," Nava said in court.

Nava said she did not believe Barker was telling the truth when she told detectives that her daughter choked on a plastic baggie. According to Nava's testimony, Barker initially told detectives she left her Lancaster home on March 18 with the intent of driving to Long Beach to ask the child's father for money to help support Emma. According to detectives, she told her family she was headed to the park with the toddler when she left the house.

Some time during the drive Barker said she gave Emma her purse and the toddler began playing with a plastic baggie she found inside of it.

"When she turned around again, she saw Emma was slumped down with a baggie in her mouth," Nava said. "She said she continued to drive. She didn't want to be considered a bad mom, so she drove around thinking about what to do."

Barker told detectives that about 15 minutes later she tossed the baggie out the window and began driving back to the Antelope Valley.

Nava said detectives questioned Barker for roughly 90 minutes before taking a break during that first interview with her. After leaving for the first time, they returned to ask another round of questions.

During the second portion, as detectives repeatedly warned her that an autopsy would reveal the true cause of death, Nava said Barker changed her story. She then told detectives that the toddler's blanket had gotten caught on the back of her seat during a game of peek-a-boo, suffocating her.

Nava said the inconsistencies in Barker's story heightened her suspicion Barker was not telling the real story.

"It wasn't that we didn't believe her," Nava said. "It was that she was beginning to tell what had happened."

According to Nava's testimony, Barker told detectives she eventually made it back to a Palmdale park-and-ride where she hit herself in the ribs, took off her clothes and threw them over a fence to make it look like she had been raped and her child subsequently abducted.

Under questioning, Barker directed authorities to where she left the child's body in Sylmar, officials said. Authorities soon after discovered Emma in the 13000 block of El Dorado Avenue.

Robert Dager, the public defender representing Barker, said cellphone records show Barker's phone was connecting with service towers near the 405 Freeway in the Lawndale area during the time she claimed she was driving to Long Beach.

Dager asked Judge Carlos Chung to dismiss all three counts because the evidence "points toward an accident" and does not show malice or a history of child abuse.

Chung, though, denied the request, along with Dager's plea to release Barker from jail on her own recognizance.

"I think there is more than enough evidence," Chung said.

Barker attended Emma's funeral March 24 at Joshua Memorial Park and Mortuary. She was booked in Lancaster on April 23 and remains held in lieu of $1 million bail. Barker will appear in court again Aug. 10, but no date has been set for the trial to begin.

Neither Dager nor Deputy District Attorney Kelly Cromer would comment on the case. Members of Barker's family also declined to speak with reporters outside the courtroom Monday.

The maximum penalty Barker faces is 25 years to life in prison.

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LANCASTER - A Lancaster mother suspected of smothering her toddler daughter in March appeared in a Lancaster courtroom Monday to enter not guilty pleas to charges of murder, assault on a child causing death and child abuse.

Looking thin and pale, wearing a yellow jail uniform with her hair up in a ponytail, Stacey Marie Barker, 24, made no comments in the courtroom as Judge Carlos Chung formally entered her not guilty pleas and scheduled her for another hearing Sept. 9.

A number of family members of Barker attended the hearing but made no comments to the media.

Barker, 24, already entered a not guilty plea in early May, but it is standard procedure for defendants to enter a second plea after the preliminary hearing, when a judge determines whether enough evidence exists to conduct a trial. At Barker's July 27 preliminary hearing, Chung found sufficient evidence to support a trial on murder, assault on a child causing death and child abuse charges.

The body of Barker's daughter, 18-month-old Emma Leigh Barker, was found March 19 dumped in tall weeds in the vicinity of Roxford Street and El Dorado Avenue, off Interstate 5 in Sylmar. The previous night, Barker had told sheriff's investigators she had been assaulted and her daughter kidnapped at a Lancaster park.
She later recanted her story and told officials her daughter died as a result of an accident and that she panicked and dumped the toddler's body out of fear she would be blamed and considered a bad mother.
Barker, who was arrested April 23 in Lancaster, remains jailed in lieu of $1 million bail.

No date has been set for the trial to begin. If convicted, the maximum penalty Barker faces is 25 years to life in prison.

During last month's preliminary hearing, a Los Angeles County sheriff's homicide investigator told the courtroom Barker maintained the death of her daughter was accidental throughout a two-hour interview.
According to the investigator, Barker initially told detectives she left her Lancaster home or, March 18 with the intent to drive to Long Beach to ask the child's father for money to help support Emma. Barker, however, told her family she was headed to the park with the toddler when she left the house.

Sometime during the drive Barker said she gave Emma her purse, and the toddler began playing with a plastic baggie she found inside it.

Barker turned around and found Emma slumped "down with a baggie in her mouth," Detective Sandra Nava testified during the preliminary hearing, added that Barker continued to drive.

Barker told detectives that about 15 minutes later she tossed the baggie out the window and began driving back to the Antelope Valley

In a second interview, after taking a break from the first 90minute interview, Barker once again changed her story and told detectives the toddler's blanket had gotten caught on the back of her seat during a game of peek-a-boo, suffocating her, Nava said.

Barker told detectives she eventually made it back to a Palmdale park-and-ride, where she hit herself in the ribs, took off her clothes and threw then over a fence to make it look like she had been raped and her child subsequently abducted, officials said.

Under questioning, Barker directed authorities to where she left the child's body.
At the July hearing, Robert Dager, Barker's public defender, said records show Barker's cellphone connected with service towers near the 405 Freeway in the Lawndale area during the time she claimed she was driving to Long Beach.

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