World FBI says Brian Laundrie arrest warrant alleges debit card fraud
SECOND woman claims she picked up Brian Laundrie hitchhiking
Norma Jean Jalovec told Fox News she picked up Brian Laundrie on August 29 around 6.15pm near Pacific Creek Landing in Grand Teton National Park, minutes after another woman did.Norma Jean Jalovec, a seasonal Wyoming resident, picked up Laundrie, 23, on August 29 around 6.15pm at the Jackson Lake Dam near Pacific Creek Landing, she told Fox News.
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Hunt for Brian Laundrie: Federal arrest warrant issued
Theon Thursday said the U.S. District Court of issued a federal arrest warrant for Brian Laundrie, a person of interest in the disappearance and homicide of deceased Gabby Petito.
The warrant is "pursuant to a Federal Grand Jury indictment for violation of federal statute 18 U.S.C. § 1029(a)(i): ‘Use of Unauthorized Devices’ related to Mr. Laundrie's activities following the death of Gabrielle Petito."
"While this warrant allows law enforcement to arrest Mr. Laundrie, the FBI and our partners across the country continue to investigate the facts and circumstances of Ms. Petito's homicide," FBI Denver Special Agent in Charge Michael Schneider said in a Thursday statement. "We urge individuals with knowledge of Mr. Laundrie's role in this matter or his current whereabouts to contact the FBI."
Hiker claims he saw Brian Laundrie near Appalachian Trail
A Florida man hiking the Appalachian Trail claims he saw Brian Laundrie driving in a truck around 12:30 a.m. EST on Saturday in Tennessee.Dennis Davis, who spoke to a number of news outlets on Saturday including Fox News Digital twice, said it didn't at first register that the driver may have been Laundrie, but after the encounter, he looked up photos of the fugitive wanted on debit card fraud charges, and he then felt convinced enough to call in the sighting to FBI twice, as well as 911 operators in Tennessee and North Carolina.
Laundrie's attorney Steve Bertolino said it was his understanding "that the arrest warrant for Brian Laundrie is related to activities occurring after the death of Gabby Petito and not related to her actual demise."
The warrant alleges Laundrie committed debit card fraud between Aug. 30 and Sept. 1..
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‘Didn’t Seem Right’: Witness Was Deeply Alarmed by Van-Life Couple’s Fight
A person who saw doomed “van-life” couple Gabby Petito and fiancé Brian Laundrie fighting in Moab, Utah, told cops that “something definitely didn’t seem right,” according to a witness statement released by authorities. Petito and Laundrie two set off in July to travel the U.S., visiting the country’s national parks and wilderness areas while living out of a converted 2012 Ford Transit Connect van. But although their online postings portrayed a blissful existence on the road, the couple’s relationship was in fact starting to fray by mid-August, a police report obtained by The Daily Beast revealed. On Sept.
Hunter Biden's $2M Libya bombshell more proof ‘media lied to the public’: Glenn Greenwald
The release of the new bombshell report from– that first son sought an annual $2 million retainer to aid in the recovery of Libyan assets frozen by President Barack Obama while his father was vice president – proves the media has lied to the American public about the Biden family business storyline, according to investigative journalist .
Greenwald, who helped break the Edward Snowden-NSA story and now writes on Substack, told "" that this report on Hunter's nefarious alleged business dealings adds to "overwhelming evidence" that the emails found on the 51-year-old Biden's laptop are authentic.
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Brian Laundrie manhunt: Former FBI official on new evidence taken from home
Former FBI official Bryanna Fox on Friday weighed in on an object that FBI agents took from the North Port, Florida, home of fugitive Brian Laundrie.Two agents carried a large paper bag to the front door of the Laundries' house on Friday afternoon, left the house for a couple minutes to enter a camper in their driveway, went back inside and left the house carrying what appeared to be a cup and a camouflage bag resembling a cooler.
Earlier Thursday, the Insiderfrom two unrelated emails – one from Jan. 28, 2015, from Democratic donor Sam Jauhari to Sheikh Mohammed al-Rahbani, an Obama donor.
"Per phone conversation I met with #2 son, he wants $2 per year retainer… his dad is deciding to run or not," wrote Jauhari.
He described Hunter's "" as being chairman of the UN World Food Program and being a business partner of "SOS J. Forbes K.'s son." Forbes is the middle name of John Kerry, and Hunter , the former secretary of state's stepson-through-marriage to ketchup heiress Teresa Heinz-Kerry.
"The evidence was overwhelming from the beginning, Tucker, that the e-mails were authentic," Greenwald told host Tucker Carlson..
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Death of Gabby Petito. What is known from Brian Laundrie, his fiancé always not found
© Moab City Police Department / AFP Brian Laundrie, interviewed by the Utah police after an altercation with Gabby Petito, August 12, 2021. he is The number one suspect since the discovery of Gabby Petito's body. Aimed at an arrest warrant, Brian Laundrie, the fiancé of this young YouTubeuse whose death mutes the United States, remains not found. Suspicious number One of This case that holds the United States in breath, Brian Christopher Laundrie was still not found Saturday, September 25th.
Tennessee Kroger grocery store shooting leaves 2 dead, including gunman
Police in Tennessee responded Thursday after at least a dozen people were shot at a Kroger supermarket, including at least one who was killed.
The shooter, whose identity remained unknown, also was dead of what was believed to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said.
The shooting happened in Collierville, Tennessee, about 30 miles east of downtown Memphis.
Collierville police Chief Dale Lane said responding officers and a SWAT team entered the supermarket and went aisle to aisle to rescue employees – some of whom were hiding in the store's freezer.
"I've been involved in this for 34 years and I've never seen a scene like this," Lane said, calling it "the most horrific event in Collierville history."
Police said 44 employees were in the store at the time of the shooting, though it was unclear how many customers were inside..
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Brian Laundrie's conflicting stories about cellphone
During an Aug. 12 domestic altercation between Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie that a witness said was over a phone, Laundrie initially told officers he doesn't 'have a phone,' but pulled a phone out about 40 minutes later and showed it to officers.Bertolino said that Laundrie left the new phone at home when he went for a hike on Sept. 14 and never returned, but the attorney said he is unsure what happened to Laundrie’s old phone — the one he had on his cross-country road trip with Petito.
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"Here’s what I want to say to the American people," Graham said. "The man on horseback is there to protect your family. The people rushing our border have put us all under siege. And I think the most inhumane thing going on right now in America is the men and women of the Border Patrol have been completely abandoned, demagogued, scapegoated and treated like dirt by elected officials and the Democratic Party and this administration. …
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Gabby Petito case: Friends say couple's relationship was 'toxic' at times, 'always had some drama:' report .
Recent homicide victim Gabby Petito and her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, who is now a person of interest in her death, had a "toxic" relationship at times and "always had some drama," friends recently told People. The magazine recently spoke to two friends of the couple, who had embarked on a cross-country trip in a converted van before their journey took a tragic turn. Each friend told the news site that the couple, who began dating after meeting at their local Long Island, N.Y. high school, had some good times – but also some bad.