“I think a missing child is every parent’s worst nightmare,” Tatiana Bohoff, a lawyer and mother of two, told Granthshala News Friday. “Our hearts go out to her family and community, and we hope that together we can get some answers and get justice for Gabby.”
The public inquiry came down heavily on 23-year-old Laundry, 22-year-old Petito’s fiancé, when her mother reported her missing on September 11, before authorities found her remains in a Wyoming park filled with bears, wolves and other wildlife. searched for. The young woman was last seen alive on August 27 at a Jackson Hole restaurant.
Laundry arrived in his van on the morning of September 1 on the way to his parents. Since then, she and her parents have refused to answer any questions from police or the media about Petito.
Then her family did not say anything about the missing girl – who had been living in their house for two years.
Ten days later, North Port, Fla., police found Petito’s van at the Laundry family home on the same day the missing person was reported, and confiscated it as evidence.
Gabby Petito, left, and Brian Laundry are seen in bodycam footage released by the Moab City Police Department in Utah. (Moab City Police Department)
But on Friday, September 17, police returned home only for Landry’s parents to tell them they had not seen their son since Tuesday, September 14, and believed he was missing. Petito’s family lawyer has said he is in hiding.
The timeline of events troubled Boohof – whose children are 7 and 17 – erroneously. so he is giving $20,000 for the “first person to supply direct-to-place information” laundry.
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Boohoff has four offices throughout the state and another in Seattle, Washington—with the laundry just 3.5 miles from the home where Pettito also lived for the past two years.
“We have an office in the northern port, and our employees work and live there,” Buhof said. “We serve customers out there – and we want to do what we can to help find answers and get justice.”
Buhof said he has already received several suggestions, which he has forwarded to the FBI. She is asking someone else with the lead to go straight to the investigators.
Granthshala News Digital was the first to report a domestic incident involving the couple in Moab, Utah, after the travel-blogging young woman was reported missing, in which a witness took the laundry in broad daylight to petito in front of an organic grocer. He was seen slapping and beating.
Police responded but issued no arrests after both Pettito and Laundry, along with a separate witness, said nothing about killing him. They separated the couple overnight—booking them a motel room through a nonprofit program—but the inn could not confirm whether Laundry had actually spent the night there.
Roughly two weeks later, in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where authorities later found Pettito’s remains, the couple were involved in another heated public incident.
Granthshala News Digital was first to report that on August 27, a couple in New Orleans had seen Laundry arguing with female wait staff at a Tex-Mex restaurant, Mary Piglets, and Petito, who appeared to be upset. was giving, at one point apologized to the workers.
The move — alluding to Laundry’s anger — likely led to an explosive argument just before Pettito’s murder, according to Utah Attorney Susan Gustin, who said the incidents showed signs of a possible domestic abuse in Laundry’s behavior.
The FBI on Thursday announced charges of debit card fraud against Laundry for allegedly accessing someone else’s account between August 30 and September 1 — following Petito’s murder at the Teton Range in Wyoming.
Police are looking for the T. Mabry Carlton Jr. Memorial Reserve in Florida for laundry – but many are speculating that he may have fled the area.
Anyone who sees him is asked to contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI or 303-629-7171.
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