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One of the final messages that Gabby Petito’s family is believed to have received from her was in the form of an “odd text” sent at the end of August, when loved ones began to grow concerned about her wellbeing, according to the state search warrant released Monday.
Gabrielle Petito, 22, sent her mother, Nichole Schmidt, a text message on August 27, in which she wrote: “Can you help Stan, I just keep getting his voicemails and missed calls,” states the search warrant, filed in the Sarasota County Circuit Court on Friday and made public Monday.
The article goes on to state the following:
According to the document: “The reference to ‘Stan’ was regarding her grandfather, but per the mother, she never calls him ‘Stan.’ The mother was concerned that something was wrong with her daughter.”
A dozen reasons were presented by local law enforcement to prove probable cause for a search warrant at Brian Laundrie’s home in North Port, Florida. Laundrie was Petito’s fiancé. The text messages were among the grounds presented.
The search warrant lists the Aug. 27 text message as “the last communication anyone had” with Petito. After that, the document states, her cell phone was “no longer operational.”
The phone was powered off that day and Petito “stopped posting anything on social media about their trip,” the warrant states. “Per her family, this was not normal behavior for the subject, and they became more worried about her.”
Schmidt says she received a text message from her daughter’s phone on August 30 that said: “No service in Yosemite.” She doesn’t think the message was written by her daughter.
NEW: Details released about the final text message from Gabby Petito that her mom says was “not normal behavior” https://t.co/kasIW4SdW3
— Eyewitness News (@ABC7NY) September 20, 2021
According to the report, officers received permission to search a black Western Digital External Hard Drive. Investigators believe the hard drive could contain evidence “proving that a felony has been committed,” according to the warrant.
Reporters on the ground said officers carried “several boxes out of the home” and towed Laundrie’s silver Ford Mustang away.
Two North Port Police Department personnel were also seen going into the home of Laundrie’s sister, Cassie, on Monday.
The search warrant also revealed that Laundrie returned home alone in the van on the morning of Sept. 1. Petito’s parents reported her missing 10 days later.
Laundrie has now been declared a person of interest in Petito’s disappearance.
A lawyer representing the Laundrie family told investigators late Friday that “the family would like to talk about the disappearance of their son,” police said in a statement. The family then claimed that they had not seen Brian since Tuesday. His family told police that he had gone for a hike in the 25,000-acre Carlton Reserve, but he never returned home.
Investigators searched for Laundrie for two days but found no sign of the man who had refused to speak to police about Petito after she was reported missing.
In a statement provided last week to The Daily Beast, Laundrie’s lawyer, Steven Bertolino, said he would continue to advise his client to stay silent.
A search warrant for Brian Laundrie’s phone reveals new details on the heels of 911 audio that adds another fresh twist to the bizarre case. https://t.co/xfH3ectGiL
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) September 21, 2021
Fox Nation host Nancy Grace brought up several pressing questions regarding Laundrie’s actions on “America’s Newsroom.” Grace questioned how Laundrie was able to leave his house unnoticed while there was constant press coverage there. She thinks he may have left the home earlier in September.
“With all of the press and citizens outside the home, how did Laundrie get out and nobody noticed? That place has been staked out 24/7,” Grace said. “Did he really go to Carlton Reserve? Why do we believe that? Other than that’s what the parents said. I don’t understand how the car could have left with him in it. And then the parents bring it back, and nobody sees any of this happening? I’m also very concerned about the condition in which Gabby was found – her remains. Was she buried? Was she at the bottom of a ravine? Was she attacked by animals? Did she die from the elements? Because if Gabby was buried, then she was murdered. That’s what I need to find out.”
Regarding Laundrie, Grace said, “I’m suspicious.”
“Was he ever even in Carlton Reserve?” Grace asked. “And here’s something else for you to think about. Has anybody seen him at all since he got home on September 1? How long has he really been gone? Remember the parents wouldn’t let the cops in the home. They wouldn’t let them see Laundrie or talk to him. Has he been gone this whole time?”
“The FBI and our partners extend our heartfelt condolences to Gabby’s family and loved ones,” the FBI said in a statement Sunday after the remains believed to be Petito‘s were discovered.
A cause of death was yet to be determined.
Gabby Petito search warrant reveals ‘odd’ final text message to mother https://t.co/kZnUIVKe07
— The Independent (@Independent) September 20, 2021
DMLNewsApp and TeamDML.com founder Dennis Michael Lynch hosted a Facebook Live video Monday with an important message for young girls and their families.
In the wake of the tragic news that investigators discovered a body that was likely the remains of Petito, DML offered advice for women in abusive situations, then went on to share some tips he personally uses to ensure his daughters are safe.
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