Three 911 calls 'made from Brian Laundrie's home the day Gabby Petito was reported missing' – and dozens more since
DOZENS of 911 calls were made from Brian Laundrie's home in Florida between September 10 to 27 – including three on the day that slain vlogger Gabby Petito was first reported missing.
The North Port Police Department provided Fox News with 46 pages of records related to 911 calls and police response requests at Laundrie's home, where he lives with his parents and once resided with Gabby.
The department declined to provide call logs made prior to the afternoon of September 10, Fox reports, which was the day before Gabby's mother reported her missing in New York, having not heard from her since late August.
Officials also only provided records through to Sept. 27, and not through the requested date of Sept. 29.
All the provided records were heavily redacted, providing only dates, times, and brief a Reported Call For Service (CFS) description, such as "follow-up/ investigation" or "Agency Assist."
MOUNTAIN OF CALLS
Two 911 calls were made from the Laundrie home on September 10, nine days after 23-year-old Brian returned home to Florida without Gabby.
One of the calls, both cited to be a "Public Service" CFS, came at 3.58pm, documents show.
The second came just over two hours later at 6.29pm.
While the nature of those calls remains unclear, the latter incident was previously linked to Petito's father, Fox reported.
Petito did not go to the home physically, North Port police said, but expressed concern about his daughter's whereabouts.
Brian Laundrie was not mentioned in connection with the Sept. 10 incident, but he is named twice in reports from the following day, according to the network.
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A total of three calls were placed at the Laundrie family home on September 11, the day Gabby's mother, Nicole Schmidt, filed a missing person's report with police in the 22-year-old's hometown of Blue Point, New York.
Laundrie was named in relation to that report and again when police showed up to his parents' home to seize the white Ford Transit van he and Gabby had been traveling in when she vanished.
The three calls were placed at 1.12pm, 4.38pm, and 8.28pm. The reason for the first two calls are listed as "Follow Up/Investigation" and the third is listed as an "Agency Assist" call.
Police returned to the Laundrie home on Sept. 14, 15 and 16 and twice on Sept. 17, the records obtained by Fox show. The records do not indicate who placed the calls.
The most recent records provided by the department came from a 911 call made at 5.10pm on Monday.
Four other calls were made from the home earlier the same day: at 8.06am, 8.28am, 1.29pm, 2.45pm. and 4.13pm.
BRIAN STILL AT LARGE
Brian Laundrie has now been missing for more than two weeks.
The couple, who met in New York before moving to Florida two years ago, was around two months into their planned four-month cross-country road trip touring the US’ national parks before Gabby vanished sometime around August 27.
Brian quietly returned home to Florida alone on September 1, failing to alert police or Gabby’s family that she was missing.
He reportedly acted “without a care in the world” upon his return, neighbors said, mowing the front yard and enjoying idyllic bike rides with his mom.
As reported by The Sun on Tuesday, Brian even went camping with his parents on September 6 at Fort De Soto Park.
Gabby was eventually reported missing by her mother in New York on September 11. That came after 10 days of allegedly being stonewalled by Brian and his parents about where her daughter was, she said.
Then, on September 14, Brian allegedly vanished after telling his parents he was going hiking at Carlton Reserve.
But they didn’t report Brian missing until three days later when police showed up at their home.
GABBY WAS 'MURDERED'
Gabby's remains were found by investigators at a campsite near Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming on September 19.
The manner of her death has preliminarily been ruled a homicide, however, a cause of death has not yet been publicly released.
Laundrie is not currently considered a suspect in Gabby's murder but is considered a person of interest.
He also has a warrant out for his arrest on bank fraud allegations after allegedly racking up $1,000 in charges on a debit card that's believed to have belonged to Gabby.
Law enforcement is still searching Carlton Reserve for traces of Laundrie, while TV star Dog the Bounty Hunter is scouring Fort De Soto.
Gabby Petito timeline
Gabby Petito, 22, was last seen on August 24, leaving a hotel in Utah. Here is a timeline of Gabby Petito’s disappearance:
- June 2021 – Gabby Petito and her fiancé Brian Laundrie set off on a cross-country trip across the US.
- July 4 – Gabby posts photos of herself barefoot in Gove County, Kansas.
- July 8 – Gabby posts photos of herself at the Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado.
- July 18 – Gabby and Brian post photos of themselves at Utah's Zion National Park.
- August 12 – Body camera footage was released in September showing an encounter Brian and Gabby had with police in Utah. Police confirmed that no significant injuries were reported.
- August 19 – Gabby and Brian post a video on their YouTube channel chronicling their trip.
- August 24 – Gabby is spotted leaving a hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah.
- August 25 – Gabby Facetimes her mom, Nichole Schmidt, for the final time. In a later police report, Schmidt said her conversations with her daughter revealed "more and more tension" between her and Brian.
- August 25 – Gabby also posts her last Instagram. No location is given.
- August 27 – Gabby is seen for what's believed to be the final time. Witnesses claim they saw Brian in an explosive argument with staff at a restaurant in Jackson Hole, leaving Gabby in tears.
- August 27 – Four hours later, travel bloggers driving through Grand Teton National Park drive past the couple's van "abandoned" on a dirt road.
- September 1 – Brian returns home to Florida without Gabby.
- September 11 – Gabby's parents report her missing to Suffolk County police.
- September 14 – Brian's family issues a statement saying he has retained an attorney and will not be cooperating with investigators.
- September 14 – Brian is allegedly last seen by his family. He reportedly told them he was going hiking in Cartlon Reserve but failed to return.
- September 15 – Florida's North Port police announce Brian is a person of interest in the case. He is not charged with any crime.
- September 16 – Utah police release body camera footage of the police encounter with Brian and Gabby.
- September 17 – Brian's parents say they have not seen their son in a couple of days and report him missing.
- September 18 – Police announce they were searching Carlton Reserve in Florida for Brian. Police announce they have not found anything.
- September 19 – Authorities in Wyoming say they found a body in Grand Teton National Park. The FBI announces the body was believed to be Gabby's but a full forensic identification needs to be completed first to confirm.
- September 20 – Police execute a search warrant on Laundrie's home, seizing his silver Mustang and a hard drive that may contain "evidence relevant to proving that a felony has been committed."
- September 21 – Officials announce they will be conducting an autopsy on the remains found in Wyoming to confirm whether or not they belong to Gabby. Police also resumed their search for Laundrie, this time on the Venice side of Carlton Reserve.
- September 21 – The FBI announced the body found in Wyoming was identified as Gabby's. The cause of death was not yet revealed.
- September 21 – The Teton County Coroner's office said Gabby's official cause of death was still pending but the initial manner of death is homicide.
- September 22 – Police continue to scour Carlton Reserve for a trace of Laundrie but yield no leads. A specialist dive team is called in to assist with the hunt.
- September 23 – Officials announced a federal arrest warrant for Brian was issued.
- September 26 – Gabby's funeral was held on Long Island, New York.
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