Brian Laundry is officially the man wanted by American justice. On Thursday, an arrest warrant was issued against the fianc KP Petito, Whose climber this is Remnants were found In Wyoming last week, the FBI announced. Brian Laundry, It disappeared a week ago, Florida, for now – not charged with killing KP Petito: arrest warrant follows charge sheet he filed for bank fraud. The search for him continues in Florida, and a team of divers arrives to explore the swamp.
– FBI Denver (BIFBIDenver) September 23, 2021
From August 30 to September 1, from August 30 to September 1, Brian Laundry was charged by a major arbitral tribunal with using his own credit card and withdrawing money from an account “after the death of Coffee Petito”. , “Says the FBI. In all likelihood, this is his partner’s card and account, but U.S. officials have not confirmed this.
“Yosemite has no network”
On August 27, Cape Petito was found alive at a Mexican restaurant in Jackson, Wyoming. A witness told Fox News that a heated argument took place between the young woman and her fianc, described as “aggressive” and “shouting at staff”. Coffee Petito, “in tears”, would have returned to apologize to those waiting. The FBI did not mention the episode, but the Merry Piglets restaurant confirmed on Instagram that KP Petito and Brian Laundry were on the company.
On August 30, the girl’s mother received a final text message from Coffee Petito’s cell phone. A text message with four words: “Yosemite has no network” It obviously was not sent by the young woman. Yosemite National Park is actually located in California, about 1,300 km from Wyoming. His remains were found near a camp about 75 km from the restaurant.
The FBI has confirmed that it will continue to investigate the death of KP Petito, who was classified as “murder” by a forensic pathologist. Brian Lottery is still considered an “interested person” on Thursday night, yet the FBI is investigating. A semantic but legal distinction above all else: in order for a person to publicly qualify as a “suspect”, the police must have sufficient elements (material evidence, probable cause, etc.) not to prosecute an innocent person, and then take legal action.