Brian Laundrie’s mother calls 911 on Dog the Bounty Hunter

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According to reports, the mother of missing person Brian Laundry called 911 after Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman arrived at his Florida home on Saturday.

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Audio has surfaced of a 911 call made by Roberta Laundry when Mr. Chapman knocked on the door of Laundry’s family home in North Port.

Mr Chapman announced on Saturday he was joining Brian Laundry’s search, and says he has already received 1,000 suggestions regarding the case.


Doug the Bounty Hunter has joined the hunt for Brian Laundry

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Doug the Bounty Hunter has joined the hunt for Brian Laundry

talking to Fox News On Monday, Mr Chapman said it was a shame Mr Laundry’s parents would not speak to him.

“The police said we were welcome to knock on the door, so we did. I wanted to tell the Laundries that our goal is to find Brian and bring him back to life.”

North Port Police spokesman Josh Taylor said they treated Mr Laundry’s parents’ 911 calls like they would anyone else.

“We have been called to the House several times for all kinds of issues. Media, protesters, celebrity explorers,” Mr. Taylor.

“This is not something normal. If the family calls and is concerned, we will respond like we would for anyone.

Brian Laundry hasn’t been seen since he left his parents’ house about two weeks ago. He was named a “person of interest” in the disappearance of his girlfriend Gabby Pettito, whose remains were found in Wyoming on Sunday.

He has also been charged with bank fraud and is the subject of a nationwide search by the FBI.

Mr. Chapman said he and his wife, Francie, were on their honeymoon in Colorado when they were showered with requests from fans to join them in searching for Mr. Laundry.

Mr Chapman set up a special hotline on Saturday and said he was working through the more than 1,000 leads he had already received.

The FBI search has so far focused on the Carlton Reserve near Mr Laundry’s North Port home

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The FBI search has so far focused on the Carlton Reserve near Mr Laundry’s North Port home

“I would say that within 48 hours we’ll probably have a place where we start tracking.”

Leeds suggested he could head for the Appalachian Trail.

“He’s too young, he’s not a seasoned criminal,” Chapman told Fox.

“He can’t stay in cheap motels and… robs people like I chase a lot of people. This kid is an outsider, so I guess he went where he was comfortable, outside.”

Mr Chapman said the matter was personal to him as he lost a daughter, Barbara Katie, who was the same age as Gabby Pettito, in a car accident in 2006.

On Monday afternoon Mr. Chapman’s daughter Lisa tweeted: “I can confirm @DogBountyHunter has a HOT lead in Brian’s place. Dad has alerted the appropriate authorities. Say a prayer guys. That’s it. “

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