Custodia Gabby Petito: Le registrazioni del dispaccio mostrano che alla polizia dello Utah è stato detto che un uomo ha colpito una donna
Minutes after Utah polizia were told about a report of a man striking a woman and taking off in a white Ford Transit van with Florida plates, officers pulled over Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito and appeared to zero-in on her as the aggressor, dispatch radio recordings show.
“RP (parte segnalante) afferma di vedere un maschio colpire una femmina, domestico,” lo spedizioniere afferma a circa 4:38 p.m. MT il giorno dell'incidente. “È salito su un furgone Ford Transit bianco, ha una scala nera sul retro, Florida plate.”
The dispatch audio, first obtained by the investigative unit at VOLPE 13 Utah, shows the dispatcher did in fact inform the officers of allegations that Laundrie had been the aggressor – shedding new light on a situation that initially seemed like police didn’t know about the witness’ reclami.
After an officer asks for the witness’ phone number and victim location, the dispatcher again indicates that Laundrie had struck Petito.
“Phone number is [redacted], name’s [redacted],” the dispatcher responds at 4:42 p.m. “Non ne sono sicuro [inaudible], but the female who got hit, they both, the male and the female, both got into the van and headed north.”
Under Utah law, officers are required to make an arrest or issue a citation when they have “probable cause to believe that an act of domestic violence has been committed.” Moab city officials announced an external investigation into their police department’s handling of the call earlier this week.
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FedEx employee out after posting TikTok rant vowing not to deliver to homes supportive of Biden, BLM, or Harris
A former FedEx employee is out of a job after posting a profanity-laced rant on TikTok in which he vowed never to deliver packages to the homes of people who support, Presidente Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, or Black Lives Matter.
The employee, identified as Vincent Paterno, posted the video on TikTok on Sept. 16. Nel video, he appears to be seated in a delivery truck.
“What’s up TikTok,” Paterno says while wearing his FedEx uniform. “Just wanted to come on here and let all you know, [io]f you have a Joe Biden, Kamala f—ing camel toe (bandiera) posted up – Black Lives Matter – I will not deliver your s—. I will not deliver your s—. I will bring that back to the station. And I’ll keep doing that s—. Have a good day.”