FBI Find Notes Left by Brian Laundrie as Human Remains Are Found During Manhunt


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On September 21st, the Teton County coroner confirmed the human remains found on Sunday were those of Gabby and after some more investigating, the cause of death was ruled a homicide.

​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…

​Firstly starting off with what Gabby’s mother believes to be “fake texts.”

​The text sent on August 30th read: “No service in Yosemite,” which Nicole Schmidt felt was too blunt to be her daughter.

In a public warrant, there was also another text that concerned the grieving mother.

“The text message read, ‘Can you help Stan, I just keep getting his voicemails and missed calls.’”

The warrant continues: “The reference to ‘Stan,’ was regarding her grandfather, but per the mother, she never calls him ‘Stan.’ The mother was concerned that something was wrong with her daughter.”

​And the biggest sign of concern was a 911 call of a “possible domestic violence” incident between Gabby and Brian that happened just a month before her disappearance.

Police officers released bodycam footage of the pair after they followed up on a 911 call made by a witness in Utah. On August 12th, the man claims to have seen him hit her before getting into their van and driving off.

The hour-long bodycam footage shows a very distressed Gabby, talking to officers about what had transpired.

During her conversation with the officer, Petito can be heard saying: “I have really bad OCD. I was apologizing to him saying I’m sorry I’m so mean.

“We’ve been fighting all morning. He wouldn’t let me in the car before… He told me I needed to calm down.”

On the other side, Brain was also talking to officers.

He can be heard saying: “She just gets worked up sometimes, I try to distance myself from her. I locked the car.
“I said, ‘Let’s just take a breather.’ She had her phone. I was trying to push her away to say, ‘Let’s just take a step back,’” he said while adding that Gabby hit him with her phone.

As per ABC7, the incident was reportedly categorized by police as a “mental/emotional health break” rather than a domestic assault.

The couple reportedly agreed to spend the night separately instead of charges being filed with the police helping Brain to sort a hotel room while Gabby remained with the van.

But as per the original 911 call, the man who reported the incident said he saw Brain slapping Gabby, and not Gabby getting “worked up” as his story to the officers suggests.

​And with the uncanny timing of his disappearance, people are questioning whether Brain was good at lying and manipulating situations to suit his best interest.


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