Of course, missing / killed person cases are never something lightly settled. But what happens when there is an advantage in such a horrible circumstance? It’s interesting to think about Gabby Petitio’s murder, which leads the FBI to discover more bodies. Suspected human remains and items belonging to Brian Laundrie were found in a Florida park, according to the FBI.
Yes, what appears to be human remains and items once belonging to Brian Laundrie, including a backpack, were found in the Carlton Reserve in North Port, Florida, according to FBI Special Agent Michael McPherson. Another of the items recovered was a notebook that once belonged to Laundrie, who McPherson said was “a person interested in the murder of Gabby Petito.”
These apparent remains were discovered in an area that until recently was under water, the agent added. According to a source close to the investigation, CNN was informed that the apparent human remains “appear to have been there for some time.” “Based on the condition of the remains, it may take some time to officially identify. It will be a very thorough process with the doctors.
In such cases, it is more important than ever that the public receives responses. The discovery of more bodies – on the one hand – implies more tragedy, but on the other hand – it paves the way for more responses. Finally, investigators want to be able to close the cases. As done Gabby PetitoThe murder leads the FBI to discover more bodies?
Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park
The North Port Police spokesman Josh Taylor announced that the remains were “discovered about two to three miles in the Carlton Reserve, or about a 45-minute walk” from the entrance to Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park.
Steve Bertolino, a family lawyer, told CNN’s Chris Cuomo that Laundrie’s parents, during their first visit to the park since its opening, helped with the discovery. He said, “How coincidentally, they came across these things.”
During the almost two months long search Gabby Petito and their financesBrian Laundrie, the remains of at least four other people were found. The bodies were discovered in areas where authorities were searching for the couple.
The body of an unidentified homeless man was found in a dumpster behind a grocery store in Mobile, Alabama. Police received a tip that Laundrie was seen in the area, though police later ruled out any connection between the two.
The body of Robert Lowery, from Texas, was at the base of the Teton Pass in the Wyoming Bridger-Teton National Forest forty miles from where Gabby Petito’s body was found. During Gabby’s search, police received red flag tips that led to his remains being located.
Josh Calderon’s body was found in Watauga County, North Carolina. Laundrie was the subject of several unconfirmed views in the region. The body of Sara Bayard was found off a highway in Douglas County, Colorado. Gabby & Brian shared Instagram photos from the region during their travels, according to the New York Post.
It later emerged in the headlines that these witnesses made a 911 call about a heated argument between Laundrie & Petito, which took place outside a grocery store where Schulte worked. Shortly before the couple’s death, Schulte & Turner told a family member that the couple was leaving the campsite because of a “creepy man”.
Investigators later said they did not rule out a connection between them Brian Laundrie and the double murder.
It’s important to talk about Gabby Petito in any case like this, but let’s not forget that hundreds of indigenous girls & women in the same area are missing, and are not getting the attention they deserve. Share your discussions and condolences in the comments below!