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World Arresting Brian Laundrie's parents 'could be tricky' if no further evidence presented

00:10  24 september  2021
00:10  24 september  2021 Source:   foxnews.com

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Laundrie ' s parents could be charged with an "an accomplice-type liability" such as "aiding and abetting" if they were involved in hiding a weapon, covering up a crime, or they could face more serious charges for being directly involved in criminal activity, he explained. Moab to investigate police handling of brian laundrie , gabby petito altercation. "Without more evidence …it could be tricky ," he said. Laundrie returned home from Wyoming, where Petito's remains were discovered Sunday, on Sept. 1 in Petito's white Ford Transit van. Petito' s parents reported her

Brian Laundrie ' s been missing for nearly 6 days now, and his parents are still not talking as the search for him continues as a person of interest in Gabby Petito's death. Laundrie ' s mother and father were leaving their home in North Port, FL Thursday morning when they were asked if they have any info on his whereabouts and they had nothing useful to say. This has been par for the course ever since their son showed up at their doorstep September 1 without Gabby, his fiancee, even though they were on a long trip across the country.

It "could be tricky" for law enforcement to arrest Brian Laundrie's parents for not sharing information with law enforcement if no further evidence is presented against them, according to a Florida-based criminal defense attorney.

Laundrie, 23, is a person of interest in the FBI's investigation into deceased 22-year-old Gabby Petito's disappearance and homicide.

"If the parents lawyered up very early on and they haven't really made any statements other than to friends prior to this becoming an investigation [into] Brian Laundrie, then it may be kind of tricky. It may be difficult because I'm not sure what crime they committed," Ajay Pallegar, managing attorney at Pallegar Law in Tampa, Florida, told Fox News.

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Earlier an eyewitness claimed she saw Brian Laundrie “acting weird” in the Spread Creek portion of the Bridger-Teton National Forest while she was vacationing in Wyoming. The woman, Jessica Schultz, tipped off the FBI to her encounter, which helped them narrow their search area to Spread Creek. Police investigated trail cam footage that potentially captured an image of Brian Laundrie hiking, but determined there was no connection. Officers spent much of Monday searching the Laundrie family home and were pictured loading cardboard boxes into a van and towing away a silver Ford Mustang.

Laundrie's parents could be charged with an "an accomplice-type liability" such as "aiding and abetting" if they were involved in hiding a weapon, covering up a crime, or they could face more serious charges for being directly involved in criminal activity, he explained.

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"Without more evidence…it could be tricky," he said.

Laundrie returned home from Wyoming, where Petito's remains were discovered Sunday, on Sept. 1 in Petito's white Ford Transit van. Petito's parents reported her missing on Sept. 11.

Laundrie's parents, who hired an attorney when Petito was reported missing, told authorities on Sept. 17 that they had not seen him since Sept. 14. The family released very little information since Petito vanished.

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The parents of Brian Laundrie , fiancé of late influencer Gabby Petito and a person of interest in her disappearance, have broken their silence. Her death has initially been ruled a homicide. "May Gabby Rest In Peace," Roberta and Christopher Laundrie said in a statement to E! News. They made no further comment, including any remarks about their 23-year-old son, who authorities have been trying to find since his parents reported him missing less than a week after Gabby' s parents reported her disappearance.

"It sounds like they spoke to an attorney, and the attorney advised them very early on what to do very early on because there could be some sort of foul play going on. … It's really hard to tell given the limited amount of information out there," Pallegar said, especially considering the main person of interest in the case is now missing.

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Neighbors of the Laundries, Charlene and William Guthrie, told Fox News' "The Story" on Wednesday that they saw the Laundries leave the house in the Ford van "for the weekend."

It's still "early on" in the investigation, which could take months, Pallegar said, though the progression of the case thus far has been quick.

"It's way too early to determine who could get charged with a crime here, since law enforcement has such limited evidence that they're making public," he explained. "But it is possible that something could come of this."

"There has to be an analysis of the crime in order for an arrest to potentially be made,"  Pallegar said.

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North Port, Fla. – Two FBI agents arrived at the North Port, Florida home of Brian Laundrie and his parents on Thursday afternoon, where they stayed for approximately 30 minutes and briefly explored the camper in the driveway before leaving with a bag. The agents, a man and a woman, arrived at the Laundries’ home at about 1:15 p.m. in a black, unmarked vehicle and carried a large paper bag to the front door. One of the agents later walked over to the camper, which is designed to be towed by another vehicle, opened the door and reached inside.

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