Gabe Pettito News – Latest Update: Autopsy rules murder as police force to deny Brian Laundry rumor

Gabe Pettito News – Latest Update: Autopsy rules murder as police force to deny Brian Laundry rumor

Police continue to search for Brian Laundry

Police in Sarasota had to deny their reported arrest of Brian Laundry sometime Tuesday night. On Wednesday, the FBI said an autopsy confirmed that the remains found Sunday in a remote area of ​​Wyoming were that of missing woman Gabi Pettito.

Dr. Brent Blue, the Teton County Coroner, confirmed that the remains belonged to Gabriel Vinora Pettito, date of birth March 19, 1999. Coroner Blue’s initial determination of the method of death was murder. The FBI said on Twitter that the cause of death was still pending final autopsy results.

Police searching for Brian Laundry on the 25,000-acre Carleton Preserve in Sarasota County, Florida, canceled their search for that day on Tuesday evening, but plan to return and continue their search on Wednesday. They are now asking the public to help with the chase.

Earlier, an eyewitness claimed to have seen Brian Laundry “acting strangely” in the Spread Creek portion of the Bridger-Teton National Forest while she was vacationing in Wyoming. The woman, Jessica Schultz, reported her encounter to the FBI, which helped them narrow their search area to Spread Creek. Police investigated trail camera footage that likely took a picture of Brian Laundry hiking, but determined there was no connection.

An examination of the remains, discovered Sunday in a remote area of ​​Bridger Teton National Forest, in western Wyoming, was announced as police continued their search for Pettito’s fiancé, Mr. Laundry. Investigators have described him as a “significant person” in the case.

Officers spent much of Monday searching the Laundry family home and were photographed loading cardboard boxes into a truck and towing a silver Ford Mustang. His parents claim that they have not seen their son for more than a week.

Police received a tip-off that Laundry, 23, may have been seen near Mobile, Alabama, on Monday. They have yet to confirm whether the bullet is legitimate.


Brian Laundry and Gabi Pettito quarrel ‘strongly’ on her phone

Witness to Gabe Pettito and Brian Laundry’s fight in Moab City, Utah, said the pair were arguing “vigorously” over Pettito’s cell phone.

The Independent Gino Spocchia has more on witnessing and witness testimony below…

Greg GraziosiSeptember 22, 2021 15:56


Aerial photographer takes pictures to find Brian Laundry

An aerial photographer captured several photos of the ongoing search for Brian Laundry at Carleton Reserve in Florida.

Law enforcement officials can be seen during a briefing as well as riding along the road in a buggy in the swamp.

Greg GraziosiSeptember 22, 2021 15:34


The search for Brian Laundrie continues at Carlton Reserve

The search for Brian Laundrie continues as North Port Police returns to the Carleton Preserve.

Police use dogs, drones, and ATVs in their efforts to locate the missing fiancé of Gabe Pettito, a person important to her disappearance and death.

Greg GraziosiSeptember 22, 2021 14:51


Sarasota Police confirm that Laundry is still a fugitive despite the rumors

Sarasota Police confirmed on Twitter that they are still looking for Brian Laundry, despite rumors circulating on social media that he might be found.

Eleanor SlySeptember 22, 2021 13:55


Gabe Pettito: Autopsy rules murder as FBI shamed over boyfriend’s disappearance and TikTok investigators’ success

This was the news that no one wanted to hear, but most of them were probably expecting.

The FBI has announced that the remains found over the weekend at the North Jackson, Wyoming camp site were indeed those of Gabe Pettito, and that the coroner believed her death was a homicide – that is, she was killed by someone else.

After an autopsy that lasted several hours, in which a forensic pathologist assisted in an examination led by Teton County Coroner Brent Blue, the FBI said additional tests could continue to try to determine the exact cause of death for the missing 22-year-old.

Eleanor SlySeptember 22, 2021 13:35


Experts say searches in the wild are especially difficult

Police are looking for Brian Laundry at Carleton Preserve, a 25,000-acre nature reserve and wilderness near the Laundry family’s home in North Port, Florida.

Places like the nature reserve are hard to find people in, Chris Boyer, executive director of the nonprofit National Association of Search and Rescue (NASAR) told CNN.

He explained that foliage and a lack of sunlight affect visibility, while those trying to evade authorities may be more likely to wear clothing that helps them blend in with their surroundings.

Mr. Boyer added that in order to avoid helicopters or drones, an individual could crawl into the creek beds and avoid leaving traces behind.

The NASAR director suggested that technology such as the use of night vision goggles, drones and thermal sensors could help track Mr. Laundry.

“It’s really hard to find people even when they want to find them,” he told CNN on Monday.

“The search area starts to grow every hour he can be in the car or on foot,” Boyer added. “To be honest it becomes very daunting.”

Eleanor SlySeptember 22, 2021 13:12


‘Guys, look at Spread Creek’: Watch TikTok who noticed Laundrie ‘creepy’ alone pointing police at Petito’s body

An eyewitness told the FBI that she saw Brian Laundry alone and “acting strangely” near the site where Gabe Pettito’s body was found in Wyoming National Park.

Jessica Schultz told the San Francisco Chronicle she spotted the couple’s white Ford Transit in Bridger Teton National Forest in Wyoming. Several times in late August.

And only after a friend sent her a picture of Mr. Laundry did she realize the importance of the sighting and reported it to law enforcement.

Eleanor SlySeptember 22, 2021 12:40


Neighbor Brian Laundry reacts to confirmation of murder

Charlene Guthrie, Brian Laundry’s neighbor in Florida, has responded to news of travel blogger Gabi Pettito’s initial autopsy report.

The FBI confirmed Tuesday afternoon that the remains of investigators in Wyoming’s Teton Bridger National Forest belonged to missing Mrs. Pettito, and that she was the victim of a murder.

Speaking to Fox News Digital, Ms. Guthrie said: “I am really upset right now because… [the Laundries] He should absolutely advance now.”

And she added, “I mean, I just… can’t believe they didn’t do anything. I’m really pissed off now that they… let this go. And that everything was so normal and they stayed normal through it all, you know, while they were here, until it was gone.” run away.”

Eleanor SlySeptember 22, 2021 12:25


Bodycam footage shows the chaotic interior of Gabby Petito’s truck

Footage showing Gabi Pettito and Brian Laundry’s truck in disarray, with backpacks and other belongings scattered on the ground, was captured on body camera when police stopped the couple.

Photos of the truck’s chaotic interior were captured when police pulled the couple out of Arches National Park near Moab on August 12, several weeks before Pettito was reported missing by her family.

In the body cam footage, Ms Pettit was crying and the two told police they were arguing “more than usual”. The officers decided they were dealing with a “mental health crisis” rather than a domestic assault, and no charges were filed.

Helen Elver He has more here:

Eleanor SlySeptember 22, 2021 11:35


The FBI is calling on the public to help find Laundry

The FBI is asking the public for help in the search for Gabi Pettito’s fiancé, Brian Laundry, after an investigative judge’s initial decision that the travel blogger died of murder.

The 22-year-old’s remains were discovered in an undeveloped camping area in Bridger Teton National Forest on the eastern edge of Grand Teton National Park, officials said. Her family reported her missing on September 11 after her fiancé came home from a road trip without her on September 1.

The FBI said the agency would like to hear from anyone who may have been in contact with Ms. Pettito or Mr. Laundry as well as anyone who visited the widespread camping area in Bridger Teton National Forest between August 27 and 30, or anyone who visited who may have seen their vehicle.

Eleanor SlySeptember 22, 2021 10:06

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