The FBI discovered Petito’s remains on September 19 at a sprawling campground in Bridger-Teton National Forest
North Port, Fla. – Teton County, Wyoming, Coroner Brent Blue will hold a virtual press conference Tuesday regarding the final autopsy report for deceased Gabby Petito, officials said Monday.
The FBI discovered Petito’s remains on September 19 at a sprawling campground in Bridger-Teton National Forest. Blue later identified the remains and, in his initial autopsy report, ruled Pettito’s death to be a homicide.
According to a Teton County spokesperson, the press conference will be held at 12:30 p.m. and is limited to members of the press.
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The final autopsy report will likely include Petito’s timing and cause of death, which could help investigators determine what killed him.
Salt Lake City-based private investigator Jason Jenson, who visited the scene where Petito’s remains were found over the weekend, told Granthshala News Digital that he believes Blue will also be affected by the results of the post-mortem toxicology test. Will discuss, which detects drugs in a person. System. However, Jenson said he also believed Petito was not using drugs at the time of his death.
Petito’s parents reported him missing eight days before his remains were discovered. The 22-year-old was traveling cross-country with her fiancé Brian Laundry in a Ford Transit van when she went missing.
Laundry, 23, returned to North Port, Florida on September 1 in the van without Pettito, and his parents filed a missing persons report on September 11. Laundry is a man of interest in the case, and his whereabouts are unknown for weeks after his parents reported his disappearance to North Port, Florida, police on Sept. 17.
on 23 september, FBI Arrest warrant issued for laundry alleging bank card fraud. Authorities alleged at the time that he used an unidentified person’s Capital One card and personal identification number to charge or withdraw more than $1,000 between August 30 and September 1, during which time Pettito was still missing.
Jenson also stated that she thinks the cause of death may have been asphyxiation and referenced Pettito’s body language in the August 12 bodycam footage from Moab, Utah, police, in which she describes how Laundry did it during a domestic dispute. caught her face.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s a manual throttle. I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s pressed that before,” Jensen said. “Any victim who has been previously choked – their natural reaction is to lower their chin to their clavicle to prevent that hand from going around their throat.”
Granthshala News’ Stephanie Pagones contributed to this report.