Brian Laundrie caccia all'uomo: Fugitive's father to join search at Carlton Reserve, dice l'avvocato

The FBI later uncovered Petito’s remains at a remote Wyoming campsite on Sept. 19.

Chris Laundrie was asked to assist law enforcement in their search for Brian at the preserve today,” Steve Bertolino, the family’s attorney, told Fox News Wednesday night. “Since the preserve has been closed to the public, Chris has not been able to look for Brian in the only place Chris and Roberta believe Brian may be.


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He added that North Port policehad to postponethe elder’s Laundrie’s participation and that he did not take part in the search Wednesday, which saw an increased police presence after resources appeared to have been drawn down over the weekend.

Chris and Roberta are hopeful there will be another opportunity to assist,” Ha aggiunto, referring to both of Brian Laundrie’s parents.

Josh Taylor, the North Port Police Department’s chief spokesman, told Fox News that his department did not ask for Chris Laundrie’s involvement – nor did policepostpone” esso.

In no world would we be the agency asking the family to help search in an FBI led investigation,” Egli ha detto, deferring further questions to the FBI, which did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

And Pat Diaz, a former Miami-Dade homicide detective who also served on FBI task forces, said he doubted federal investigators would bring in a suspect’s father to help their search.

They may have found stuff in the reserve for the father to identify,” Egli ha detto. “Not a body, but belongings.


But Bertolino told Giornale earlier that Chris Laundrie was “eccitato” to take part in the search – after weeks of remaining completely mum on the subject and barely leaving his home.

He also claimed that the elder Laundrie searched the T. Mabry Carlton Jr. Reserve on his own on Monday. Sett. 13 after his son failed to come home that night – even though the parents told police that Friday that they had last seen their son on Tuesday, secondo il documento.


The North Port police informed me that they were focusing on certain areas of the preserve today and they were actually hoping that Mr. Laundrie could join them on that search,” Bertolino told the newspaper. “Sig. Laundrie has consented and we are waiting for the call from the North Port Police Department to make that happen.

Brian Laundrie had been named a person of interest in Petito’s disappearance days before authorities found her dead. On Sept. 23, the FBI announced a federal warrant for bank fraud charges after he allegedly used someone else’s debit card without authorization for more than $ 1,000.

His whereabouts remained unknown as of Wednesday evening – but a search at the reserve has continued for weeks, even with reports of possible sightings in other parts of Florida and along the Appalachian Trail where it runs down the border of North Carolina and Tennessee.

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