Sunday, November 28, 2021

FBI: Remains found in Florida park identified as Brian Landry.

ST. SAINT PETERSBURG, Florida (NWN) – On Thursday, the FBI identified human remains found in a Florida preserve as the remains of Brian Landry, a man interested in the death of Gabby Petito’s girlfriend while the couple was on a cross-country trip.

According to the FBI, the remains, a backpack, and a notebook, allegedly belonging to the laundry, were found Wednesday in a Florida wildlife park. The area where they were found was under water during previous searches.

The FBI Denver office said in a press release that a comparison of the dental records confirmed that the remains belonged to a laundry. His parents’ lawyer, Steve Bertolino, also confirmed in a statement that they were told the remains belonged to their son.

“We have no further comments at this time and we ask that you respect the privacy of the laundry at this time,” the statement said.

The FBI statement did not specify the cause of death. It is unclear how long the remains could have been in the water.

The discovery of the remains completed a massive federal, state and local law enforcement search that began shortly after Laundry disappeared on September 14, two weeks after the 23-year-old returned alone to his parents’ home in North Port, Florida.

However, the investigation into Petito’s murder has not yet been completed. But only Laundry has ever been identified by law enforcement officials as having an interest in the case.

The Petito family reported her missing on September 11, launching a search that attracted global media attention and, in the case of the laundry, mainly focused on the Carlton Conservation Reserve next to the laundry house. This densely forested and swampy area is home to alligators, coyotes, lynxes, snakes and many other creatures.

The couple first met as teenagers in Long Island, New York, and most recently moved to Florida on the Gulf Coast to live with his parents.

They first gained online followers while driving a converted Ford Transit van in videos filled with happy scenes that may have hidden deeper issues. After Petito disappeared, the case turned into a real crime obsession on social media.

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The increased focus on the Petito case has led to renewed calls for people to pay more attention to the cases of missing indigenous women. and others colored. Petito, 22, was white.

Her body was found on September 19 on the outskirts of Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, which the couple visited. The coroner concluded that she died from strangulation. and her body was where it was found for three or four weeks.

The couple were stopped by police in Moab, Utah on August 12 after a physical altercation occurred between them, but no domestic violence charges were filed. The police department conducts an internal audit to determine if the policy was being followed.

The laundry returned home alone on September 1 in a van in which the couple went on a trip, which was later confiscated by the authorities. He was reported missing after he told his parents he was going to hike in the Carlton Wildlife Sanctuary.

Dozens of unconfirmed tips have reached the authorities about finding the Laundry from Wyoming to the Appalachian Trail, but none have materialized.

The remains were found Wednesday when searches were concentrated in the nearby Myakkahatchi Creek Ecological Park, where a Ford Mustang was found driving a self-run laundry into the desert. This park is directly adjacent to the Carlton Wildlife Sanctuary, both of which are located about 56 kilometers south of Sarasota, Florida.

The Laundrie was charged with Wyoming’s federal debit card fraud charge, which alleged the Laundrie used a Capital One Bank card and someone’s personal identification number to make unauthorized withdrawals or write-offs of funds over $ 1,000. It does not say who the card belonged to and what payments were made.

If Landry was alive, this charge would have allowed the authorities to arrest him.

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