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Crime Brian Laundrie Search Site Also Sees 'Training and Searching' Exercise by Police, FBI

06:10  16 october  2021
06:10  16 october  2021 Source:   newsweek.com

Brian Laundrie's sister says she does not know where he is, and 'I'd turn him in'

  Brian Laundrie's sister says she does not know where he is, and 'I'd turn him in' The sister of Brian Laundrie has doubled down on her assertion she has no idea where he is, as authorities search for him after the death of his fiancée, Gabby Petito. © from ABC "No, I do not know where Brian is. ... I'd turn him in," Cassie Laundrie said in an exclusive interview with ABC's "Good Morning America" that aired Tuesday. Cassie Laundrie said if she could talk to her brother, she would tell him to come forward. "I worry about him. I hope he's OK, and then I am angry and don't know what to think. ... I would tell my brother to just come forward and get us out of this horrible mess," she said.

North Port Police officers are seen near the the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park on Friday afternoon. Police say what's happening there is "special response team training while searching ." Chris Laundrie , father of fugitive Brian Laundrie , last Thursday helped law enforcement search for his son in the park. Brian Laundrie 's parents appear outside home, refuse to answer questions from press. Chris and Roberta Laundrie appeared outside their home Friday to pick up packages left outside their door. The couple had not been seen since Wednesday – one day after Teton County Coroner Dr

THE search for Brian Laundrie has ramped up as officers armed with rifles scour a new part of the Carlton Reserve. Laundrie , 23, remains at large – f. On Friday, officers seemed to ramp up the search as they turned up at the Carlton Reserve with rifles. They also entered through the west entrance, just off of Tropicaire at Big Slough - one that they are not used before. Laundrie allegedly told his mom and dad on September 13 that he was going for a hike in the Carlton Reserve in Sarasota.

Armed police and yellow tape outside of Florida's Carlton Reserve, a significant location in the search for Gabby Petito's fiancé Brian Laundrie, were part of a special training exercise, law enforcement said.

Armed police and yellow tape outside of Florida's Carlton Reserve, a significant location in the search for Gabby Petito's fiance Brian Laundrie, were part of a special training exercise, law enforcement said. Pictured: The North Port Police Department along with other surrounding law enforcement agencies continue their search in the T. Mabry Carlton Jr. Memorial Reserve for Brian Laundrie, who is a person of interest after his fiancé Gabby Petito went missing on September 21, 2021, in Venice, Florida. © Octavio Jones/Getty Images Armed police and yellow tape outside of Florida's Carlton Reserve, a significant location in the search for Gabby Petito's fiance Brian Laundrie, were part of a special training exercise, law enforcement said. Pictured: The North Port Police Department along with other surrounding law enforcement agencies continue their search in the T. Mabry Carlton Jr. Memorial Reserve for Brian Laundrie, who is a person of interest after his fiancé Gabby Petito went missing on September 21, 2021, in Venice, Florida.

North Port Police said Friday that one of the entrances to Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park, which gives access to the 25,000-acre preserve where Laundrie said he was going hiking on September 13, was marked with a do not cross line to give a local special response team space to train.

Brian Laundrie’s Father Briefly Joins Search for Son in Florida Wildlife Preserve

  Brian Laundrie’s Father Briefly Joins Search for Son in Florida Wildlife Preserve The father of missing man Brian Laundrie on Thursday briefly joined a search for his son. That's according to a statement from Laundrie family attorney Steve Bertolino. The post Brian Laundrie’s Father Briefly Joins Search for Son in Florida Wildlife Preserve first appeared on Law & Crime.The father of missing man Brian Laundrie on Thursday briefly joined a search for his son at a Florida wildlife preserve. That’s according to a statement from family attorney Steve Bertolino.

Law Enforcement Activity at Brian Laundrie Search Site Intensifies Again Friday; Police Tape Up. Gabby Petito's body was found in a remote area of a Wyoming park the couple visited last month; her death has been ruled a homicide, and the coroner said this week she died by manual strangulation. The FBI 's prime person of interest in Petito's disappearance, her fiancé Brian Laundrie , has now been missing for more than a month; he vanished nearly a week before Petito's body was discovered.

Brian Laundrie has been missing for a month. Searches led by both the North Port Police and the FBI have turned up no new clues as to his whereabouts, and a scattering of reported sightings across the country have largely been proven false. Survival experts agree that even a highly- trained Police have returned to the Carlton Reserve for the first time this week. The protected swamp was the focus of law enforcement’s search for Brian Laundrie in the weeks after he disappeared. It is unclear what prompted law enforcement to travel to the site . Mr Laundrie has been missing for just over a month.

Officers were seen carrying large rifles in the area, and a spokesperson for the department told local news station WFLA that the group was there for "training and searching."

The environmental park where the training took place is also listed on a heavily redacted police report as a location where Laundrie's silver Mustang was tagged "abandoned vehicle." Laundrie told his parents in September that he was going to the reserve to go hiking but he never returned.

Brian Laundrie: No physical signs of Gabby Petito's fiance have been found in a Florida nature reserve, police say

  Brian Laundrie: No physical signs of Gabby Petito's fiance have been found in a Florida nature reserve, police say As the search for Brian Laundrie continues in a Florida nature reserve, police said Friday that they have yet to find any physical evidence of Laundrie within the sprawling wilderness area. © From gabspetito/Instagram Brian Laundrie is pictured in a post on Gabby Petito's Instagram account on February 14, 2021. Laundrie, whose fiancé Gabby Petito was found dead in Wyoming nearly three weeks ago, has been the focus of an intensive search in the Carlton Reserve near his family home in North Port, after his parents told police he planned to hike there.

(CNN) The FBI visited Brian Laundrie 's family home in North Port, Florida, again on Thursday afternoon amid the ongoing search for him. Two FBI agents arrived to the home in a black SUV and brought a large brown paper bag inside. They did not depart with the same bag. One agent also briefly climbed into a camper van parked on the property. Steven Bertolino, the Laundrie family attorney, told CNN the FBI was there to collect items which could assist them in the search for Brian .

As police still search for Brian Laundrie , newly surfaced photos showing Brian 's bedroom have revealed a disturbing set of decorations. The Laundrie family was questioned, but by then, the main suspect in the case, Brain Laundrie , had fled and has been missing ever since. The last time the twenty-three-year-old was seen was early September when he returned from the road trip by himself. But what was truly shocking about all of this were all the signs in the weeks leading up to her death…

Reporters on the scene spotted a number of law enforcement vehicles including a North Port Police SUV, according to WFLA. The latest police activity comes one day after a cadaver dog was requested to help with the search, but no findings have been reported.

The Pasco County Sheriff's office said the canine was requested by both the FBI and local police, and that the sheriff's office is the only one with that type of dog so it's often needed. A spokeswoman also said her office has been asked to help with the investigation before but didn't specify how many times the canine had been present. The animal was not present during the special training on Friday.

Brian Laundrie Search Discovers Body Unconnected to Investigation

  Brian Laundrie Search Discovers Body Unconnected to Investigation Blue Ridge Parkway is an area of interest to investigators searching for Laundrie, who disappeared in the days after the death of his girlfriend Gabby Petito.The FBI has confirmed that the body is part of an ongoing investigation, but has no relation to the Brian Laundrie case.

UPDATES: FBI announces search for Gabby Petito in Grand Teton National Park. Taylor said in a statement Saturday night that Laundrie 's family reported him missing Friday – after their son went for a hike Tuesday but never returned. Taylor said the search of the Carlton Reserve was prompted by information from parents about the 23-year-old's last known location. " Brian ’s parents have reported to us that he was last seen Tuesday when he went for a hike there. They reported him missing three days later. The North Port Police Department and the FBI are working to corroborate the story," Taylor's

Brian Laundrie 's father, Christopher Laundrie , gives no statement the day after searching for suspect son.

The week's police training comes nearly one month after Laundrie was reported missing by his family on September 17. His parents told police they hadn't seen their 23-year-old son since he left to go hiking in the nearby Carlton Reserve area. They initially reported he left on Tuesday, September 14 but after speaking with the FBI, the family then said Laundrie left home on September 13.

One day before he was last seen, Laundrie was named a person of interest in Petito's disappearance after returning to Florida without her after a months-long road trip. Petito's own family reported her missing on September 11, which was 10 days after Laundrie came back.

Police located Petito's body in Wyoming on September 19 and her death was ruled a homicide two days later. The Teton County coroner's office released the cause of death earlier this week and determined that Petito was killed by being strangled with someone's bare hands. Dr. Brent Blue said she probably died three to four weeks before she was found—in late August.

Laundrie has not been charged with Petito's death. Investigators have determined that he allegedly used a debit card illegally during the time that they believe Petito was already dead.

Why a Former FBI Agent Is Sure Brian Laundrie Is Still Alive

  Why a Former FBI Agent Is Sure Brian Laundrie Is Still Alive The Laundrie family attorney, Steven Bertolino told Newsweek that unless he is informed that Brian has died, he will "still represent him."While appearing on NewsNationNow on Wednesday night, former FBI agent Jennifer Coffindaffer was asked why she believes that Laundrie is receiving help from "allies" and that he is still alive after he has been missing for over a month.

Laundrie family attorney Steve Bertolino has stated that the family does not know where the 23-year-old is. Petito's family said they hope Laundrie will be found alive, and soon.

Newsweek reached out to North Port Police for comment.

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