Thursday, December 2

Ron DeSantis stated that he hopes Brian Laundrie will be “arrested and brought to justice”

The Florida governor was in North Port on Friday.

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Faced with the incessant search for Brian Laundrie, person of interest in the murder case of Gabby Petito, the Governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, he expressed this Friday about it and asked that the fugitive bea “detained and brought to justice” in case the authorities find him guilty.

These claims by DeSantis were given at a press conference in North Port, Florida., the city where Laundrie lived with his parents and the last place where his whereabouts were known, he reviewed Fox News.

Regarding the opinion of the Republican governor on the search for Laundrie, which has been for weeks, he told Fox News Miami that it is “A bit disappointing that we still don’t know the whereabouts of this guy.”

“This is obviously someone who would be a suspect when something like this happened. Things were happening here with the family. So I hope that he will be arrested and brought to justice if he is found guilty of this, because it is something really sad, she was a very beautiful young woman with a lot of potential, and many people really loved her very much; Seeing this happen is really heartbreaking ”added DeSantis.

Investigating officers continue to search for Laundrie at Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park, on North PortThey were also conducting special response team training, the local Police Department reported.

The past 23 has weighed on Laundrie an arrest warrant for bank card fraud, because you used your credit card Capital One from an unidentified person to collect more than $ 1,000 dollars between August 30 and September 1, when Petito was missing.

Clues to the possible whereabouts of Laundrie They have not borne fruit for the moment, despite the different information in which it could be found in Tennessee or North Carolina. Since September 14, he has been missing.

On Tuesday, September 12, el Dr. Brent Blue, a coroner for Teton County, Wyoming, reported at a scheduled press conference that Gabby Petito’s cause of death was by strangulation, after several days of analysis of the 22-year-old’s remains.

Petito y Laundrie They were preparing to carry out a “road trip” that would cross the country, and that departed on July 2 from Florida. The last communication the young woman had with her family was through a video call on August 24, and she was reported missing on September 11.

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