Gabby Petito case: Brian’s house in Florida flooded with flowers for Gabby Petito
Gabby Petito case: A large quantity of flowers is being delivered to the Florida home of Brian Laundrie with the address listed for Gabby Petito. She lived at Brian’s house in North Port, Florida for about 2 years before going on a cross-country trip with Brian (her fiancé) in June.
This delivery of flowers to Brian’s house is an initiative designed to keep Gabby’s memory alive. On the other hand, Brian’s parents face severe backlash from various sides. In addition, Laundrie has been a “person of interest” in Petito’s disappearance and death.
Gabby Petito (22) disappeared at the end of August while traveling with her fiancé, Brian Laundrie. Her body was later found on September 19 in the Teton-Bridger National Forest, Wyoming. The coroner declared that it is about Gabby and that the reason for her death is a “Homicide”.
Precisely on September 1, Brian returned alone to his home in Florida. Also, he disappeared on September 14 with a backpack. On September 17, Brian’s parents reported him missing.
After her disappearance, her parents, Chris and Roberta Laundrie, continued to refuse to answer any questions about Brian and Gabby.
What did the delivery messages say?
On Tuesday, a delivery man left flowers on the front porch of Laundrie’s for Gabby; he is devastated by what Gabby’s parents are going through now. He continues, she has a daughter who is 30 years old.
Another flower delivery from New Hampshire reads: “RIP Gabbie”, “We won’t let Brian’s family get away with this. We fight for justice.”
The avalanche of flowers is delivered and placed in a temporary memorial outside Laundrie’s house, also in front of the house’s front door.
A North Port resident who lives two miles away tells a news outlet: “She is a beautiful person, everyone is here and we are here for Gabby.”
On Monday, a civilian parking lot boss refused flower deliveries. Also, tell people to place the flowers on the largest monument at City Hall. Whereas, as of Tuesday, the authorities are no longer restricting deliveries.
Laundrie’s attorney, Steven Bertolino, declined to respond to the flower delivery initiative.
Gabby Petito case: Police looking for Brian
Police have been searching for Brian Laundrie for over a week. The Carlton Reservation covers 24,000 acres about 15 miles from Laundrie’s home. On Sunday, police said they are on a search based on “Targeted Intelligence.”
Later on Monday, attention shifted to a Camp about 75 miles north of North Harbor for “Duane – dog the bounty hunter. Also, there is a clue that Laundrie’s family went camping at that location 2 times in early September.
Chapman says that Laundrie’s family walks through the door after checking in. Therefore, they are on camera. He continues, if Brian isn’t here right now, he’s sure he’ll be on camera record when he walks through the door, and says he’s here for sure and not in the swamp area.
In addition, on September 23, he has a federal arrest warrant for debit card fraud reported between the dates of August 30 to September 1.