Brian Laundrie manhunt: Many of 911 calls to Florida’s home since Gabby Petito was declared missing

Starting at FOX: There were about 46 911 phone calls or responses to requests related to North Port, Florida, Brian Laundrie’s house is currently fleeing between September 10-27, according to police records obtained by Fox News Digital.

The North Port Police department provided Fox News Digital with forty-four pages of related information on 911 phones with a scene at Laundries’ home – the house where Laundrie and her parents live, and where she lived with her boyfriend, Gabby Petito, in front of her mother. he finally announced his absence. In some cases, the police even started calling themselves.

North Port police would not provide call logs until August 10, the day before Petito’s mother found him, and records were slightly adjusted. The department also provided the documents through September 27, instead of the date requested on September 29.

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There were two phone calls made on September 10, one time before 4 p.m. and another at 6:30 pm Fox News Digital once reported that the subsequent incident of Petito’s father was linked to a later incident on September 10.

And three more phone calls came on September 11, the day Petito’s mother, Nichole Schmidt, reported a missing person to the Suffolk County Police department in New York. Police returned on September 14, 15 and 16 and twice on September 17, records show.

The records do not show who installed 911 phones and all the summaries were completed – just give a brief description, such as “Problem Fixed,” “No Police Required” or “Sent Reported.”

Recent reports provided by police were from 5:10 a.m. Monday, with calls starting at 8:06 am, 8:28 am, 1:29 pm, 2:45 pm and 4:13 pm, records show. Apparently forty-five phone reasons include “Harassment,” “Track / Investigate,” “Patrol Check” and “Public Service.”

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Petito, 22, and 23-year-old Laundrie met in Long Island, New York, where they grew up, and began dating after high school together. They later took Laundrie’s parents to North Port.

They embarked on a cross-country route in mid-June with a plan to visit national parks and popular highways for boarding in a white Ford Transit, which they had converted into a campground.

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On September 1, months after embarking on their journey, Laundrie returned to the North Port home in a bakkie for two, but without Petito, officials said. Police seized a van from Laundries’ home the same day Schmidt said his daughter was missing.

FBI agents in the Florida home of Brian Laundrie’s parents Monday, September 20, 2021. (Photo: Paul Best / Fox News)
(Paul Best / Fox News)

Laundrie was later named a person interested in Petito’s disappearance, and on Thursday, the FBI issued an arrest warrant for bank card fraud. Authorities allegedly used someone else’s Capital One Bank card and personal identification number at a time when Petito was missing.

But Laundrie also got lost, her parents spoke through their lawyer.

After Petito’s missing report was suspended on September 11, Laundrie would not join the police investigation, officials said. Laundries’ attorney issued a statement on September 14, in which he announced that he had instructed his clients to remain “behind.” The family revealed three days later that they had not seen him since September 14.

Laundrie continues to run, and the FBI has issued an arrest warrant for bank fraud.

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Petito’s body was found near Great Teton National Park in Wyoming September 19. A Teton County coroner sentenced to death a to kill but he has not yet announced the reason.

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