Laundries went camping after Brian returned ALONE from Wyoming, claim neighbors
As a search for Brian Laundrie entered its fourth day in Florida after he went missing from his home since Tuesday, September 14, a neighbor has alleged that the Laundries went for a '3 day trip in their camper' after September 1. Brian Laundrie's neighbors, Charlene and William Guthrie, who lives across the street from the Laundries in North Port, Florida said Wednesday, September 22 that the Laundries "were gone for a weekend" following Brian's return on September 1.
Brian Laundrie was named a 'person of interest' in the case after he refused to speak to the authorities about Gabby's whereabouts. An autopsy confirmed Tuesday, September 21, that the human remains that were found in Grand Teton national park of Wyoming belong to the 22-year-old missing van-life vlogger. Gabby's death was ruled a homicide. "Teton County Coroner Dr Brent Blue confirmed the remains are those of Gabrielle Venora Petito, date of birth March 19, 1999. Coroner Blue’s initial determination for the manner of death is homicide, " a statement from the FBI said Tuesday, September 21.
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In an interview with Fox News, Brian's neighbor Charlene, talked about the 'demeanor of the Laundrie family' after Brian returned to the house on September 1 and said, "Everything was just normal life once he came back. He mowed the lawn. He and his mother went for a bicycle ride around the block." She added, "I can't just get over the fact that they- it seemed like nothing bothered him. How can you do that? Everything was so natural and they remained so normal through the whole thing till he went on the run." Charlene and her husband, William, further alleged that after Brian returned home after September 1, he and his parents went on a camping trip in their camper for 3 days. "They were gone for the weekend, " she said. William added he found it odd that the parents would go off on a camping trip with their 23-year old son in such a small camper.
The Guthries thought Petito was still living in the home with Laundrie's parents, which she had been doing since she moved to Florida to be with Laundrie.
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