Gabby Pettito’s parents open up about their relationship with Brian Laundry
Brian Laundry’s autopsy results could be released in the next few days, according to Steve Bertolino, a lawyer for the Laundry family.
Laundry’s remains are examined by a forensic anthropologist in Sarasota County to try to determine the cause of his death.
No cause or manner of death was initially determined for Laundry, whose remains were discovered on October 20 by his parents and the FBI at Mykahatachi Creek Environmental Park.
The remains, which included part of a human skull, were discovered along with a backpack and notebook in an area of the park previously submerged in water.
The FBI confirmed Laundry’s identity the next day with the help of dental records.
Officers are trying to repair a personal notebook retrieved from a dry bag near his body as part of an investigation into the death of his girlfriend Gabby Petito.
Critical to his investigation will be Laundry’s digital communications, including his texts and emails, social media use, and Internet browsing history before his death.
Ms. Petito’s family strongly suspects that Laundry was impersonating her in text messages to try to confuse her and the police after her death.
Brian Laundry: Expect autopsy result update ‘today or tomorrow’, attorney says
A lawyer for his family said the results of an autopsy on Brian Laundry’s body would be announced in the next 48 hours.
Steve Bertolino, a lawyer for the laundry family, told news 4 new york News on Tuesday.
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Brian Laundry autopsy results expected ‘today or tomorrow’
The family’s lawyer has said an anthropologist was looking into the remains of the 24-year-old
Florida police who lost Brian Laundry charged with 100k in overtime over case
The months-long investigation by North Port Police into the disappearances and deaths of Gabby Petito and Brian Laundry reportedly cost more than $100,000 (£74,000) in overtime pay.
A spokesman for the North Port Police Department said on Monday that although it did not track how much he was spending on his investigation, the cost of paying overtime was more than $100,000 (£74,000).
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Brian Laundry’s quest cost 100k in overtime
Department accused of failing to monitor 24-year-old, reportedly spending 2,000 extra hours on the case
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