Last month we reported on the twisted and tangled disappearance of Breasia Terrell who went missing from the home of a sex offender.
The 10-year-old girl had been visiting the home of Henry Earl Dinkins who is that father of her brother.
Shortly after her disappearance on July 22, Breasia's mother stopped cooperating with the police investigation without cause.
Now, her mother is setting the record straight.
Aishia Lankford, Breasia's mother, says that when she heard the Davenport Chief Paul Sikorski say that people had been uncooperative she got defensive.
"At that exact moment? We took it as, who the hell are you talking to?" Lankford said. "Because we have been cooperative. We have been listening."
Lankford assured reporters that she had been cooperative and that she was actively still searching for her daughter. She has turned over her cellphone and allowed police to search all of her electronics to prove that she had nothing to do with the disappearance of her daughter.
Dinkins was arrested shortly after Breasia went missing on an unrelated charge. Records show that Dinkins had failed to register as a sex offender for that particular residence. The Davenport police do say that Dinkins is a person of interest in Breasia's disappearance.