July 1: Gabby Petite and her boyfriend Brian Laundry left Blue Point, New York for a cross-country road trip.
August 12: Police in Moab, Utah, respond to domestic cases involving couples
August 17: The laundromat is said to have returned to Florida to “clean up the storage unit”
August 21: Petito’s father, Joseph Petito, is making his final FaceTime video call with his daughter in Salt Lake City, Utah.
August 23: Laundry returns to Utah and “rejoins Gabby” during the trip
August 24: Petito can be seen last at a hotel in Salt Lake City, where Laundrie is located
August 25: Petit made a final call to her mother Nicole Schmid and said she was in Grand Teton National Park.
August 25th or 26th: Chat with the owner of a shop called “Rustic Row” in Victor, Utah for about 20 minutes.
August 27: Petito’s van video was shot by Red White & Bethune blogger Jenn Bethune at Spread Creek Campground around 6:30 pm.Witnesses say they saw a “fuss” with a couple at the Mary Piglet Tex-Mex restaurant in Jackson, Wyoming-to be precise, this seems to be Petit’s last known sighting.
August 29: The day Wisconsin TikToker Miranda Baker claimed she and her boyfriend approached from Laundry in Grand Teton National Park and asked for a ride at 5:30 pm.Schmidt says she isn’t entertaining this claim and believes it’s probably the case
August 30: Schmidt receives the final text from Petite: “Yosemite has no service”
September 1: Laundry returned to his parents’ home in North Port, Florida, in a petite-free van.
September 6-7: Laundry and his parents visit Fort De Soto campsite in Florida
September 11: Schmidt has reported to New York authorities that Petit is missing. Petito and Laundrie vans were confiscated by police in Florida on the same day
September 12: Grand Teton National Park Ranger Searches for Petit
September 13: Laundry’s lawyer said on October 5 that his parents “believe” that it was the last day he saw him heading for a hike.
September 14: Laundry issued a statement about Petit’s disappearance through his lawyer. Laundry’s parents claim on September 17 that Laundry hadn’t seen him since he left his parents’ house for a hike today.
September 15: Laundrie was officially named a person of interest in Petito’s proceedings
September 17: Laundry family lawyer confirms his whereabouts are unknown
September 18: Northport police and the FBI have begun looking for the missing Brian Laundry in the Carlton Reserve in Sarasota County.
September 19: Bethoon notices a video of Petit’s van around 12:00 am and submits the FBI with the footage 10 minutes later.Authorities announced in the afternoon that a body consistent with Petit’s description was found near Grand Teton National Park.
September 21: Coroners confirmed that the body found in Grand Teton belonged to Petit.Her death was determined to be murder, but the cause of her death is still under investigation
September 20-22: FBI and Northport Police continue to search for laundry in Carton Reserve
September 22: Neighbors say they saw the Loudley family packing a distant camper on the day Gabby was reported missing. A photo on DailyMail.com shows that the camper returned to the driveway on September 13th, two days later.
September 23: The FBI told Laundrie of “use of unauthorized access devices” for spending $ 1,000 on fraudulent use of Capitol One Bank’s debit card, which he was not between August 30th and September 1st. I issued an arrest warrant. On August 12, an investigation was launched to help police handle the Utah police case.Laundry’s parents visit an Orlando lawyer
September 25: Dog the Bounty Hunter Joins Laundry Search
September 26: A funeral was held for Petit in Holbrook, New York, and her family set up a charity to help parents find their missing child.
September 27: Manhunt, a coin laundry in the Carlton Reserve, was shrunk because he wasn’t found in a 10-day search.Dog the Bounty Hunter says Laundry and his parents stayed at Fort Desoto Park from September 1st to 3rd and September 6th to 8th, with only their parents leaving on the latter visit.
September 28: Laundry’s mother has been accused of contacting her son using a burner phone. September 29: According to the document, Laundry’s mother canceled her reservation for Fort Desoto Park Campground twice from September 1st to 3rd and booked three times from September 6th to 8th. The FBI seizes surveillance footage from the scene. The FBI will investigate leads that Laundrie purchased a burner phone on September 14. Dog the Bounty Hunter searched the area near Fort Desoto and found a can of Monster Energy that he recently drank at a temporary campsite deep in the woods.
September 30: A body camera footage from a second officer was released in the August 12 incident, showing the suffering Petito admitting that Laundrie had attacked her. FBI agents collect more evidence from laundromat homes
October 1: Laundry’s sister was revealed to have been in contact with him after she said she did.
October 2nd: Hikers along the Appalachian Trail claim to have seen Laundry near the Tennessee-North Carolina border
October 3: Investigators investigated the area of the Appalachia Trail for signs that Laundry was there.
October 4: Laundry’s sister told protesters outside her home that she was ignoring her after her family rebuked her story and she didn’t know where her brother was.
October 5th: Laundry’s sister appeared in Good Morning America and said she would hand over her brother if she knew where she was. A laundromat lawyer says his parents “believe” that they fled a day earlier (September 13th instead of 14th) than they originally claimed. Lawyers also say Laundry flew from Utah to Florida on August 17, cleared up storage units without petite, and returned on August 23. Hikers report witnessing what appears to be Laundry along the Appalachia Trail near the Tennessee border.
October 6th: Petit’s parents and step-parents appear together with Dr. Phil to discuss the death of his daughter. Her family draws a vivid picture of the scene where her body was found and encourages her to leave herself in a laundromat. A Laundry lawyer says his father, Christopher, went looking for him on the night of September 13 when he didn’t return from the park.
October 7: Laundry’s father, Christopher, joined the FBI agent to search for his son in the Carlton Reserve, but the search provided no clues. The FBI also said it was investigating 11 sightings of laundry along the Appalachia Trail near the North Carolina-Tennessee border.Investigators confirmed that neither Petito nor Laundrie’s phone was found in the couple’s camper van
October 8: A Northport police spokesperson says Laundry’s parents have “many strange things” in handling the situation and “many things that didn’t make sense” about their version of the event.
October 12: Dr. Brentblue, a Teton County coroner, has released autopsy findings indicating that Petit died from strangulation.No specific death date is given-only that she died 3-4 weeks before her body was discovered.
Police are seen confiscating a mysterious letter sent to Brian Laundry’s parents’ neighbors
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