"...about 9, 9:30 went back in to wake her up and she was gone..."
Please note that when she called Aliyah "her" the editing is such that we cannot tell if she referred to her by name just prior to this sentence. The editing is very choppy. If she used her name, followed by the pronoun, "her", it is appropriate.
It is difficult to hear, but did she drop the pronoun? Is it a pause/breath without a pronoun or did she say "I" in that sentence?
Please note that "to" is sensitive since, like "since, because" and so on, it tells us why something was done rather than simply stating what happened.
Please note that if she did drop the pronoun we cannot say that she went back in to wake up Aliyah.
The one person whom the media should have had talking freely, was edited out of the report.
"they are doing everything that they possibly can but the more people we can get to help the better chances of bringing her home."
Here the mother speaks in a positive manner towards law enforcement.
"We want her home." the mother said, sitting next to an older woman who may be her own mother.