Petito’s close family paid tribute Saturday, many of whom joined Twitter to remember Gabby, but also urged her fianc to join her.
Petito’s mother, Nicole Schmidt, wrote on Twitter, “Mama Bear is getting angry. Get yourself inside!”
Gabby Petitto’s stepmother, Tara Petitto, and stepfather, Jim Schmidt, paid tribute to the 22-year-old on Twitter.
“It still seems unrealistic. Miss You Gibbs,” Jim Schmidt wrote.
Tara Petito wrote, “I will love you the moon in Gabi and forever and ever.”
Gabby’s grandmother also tweeted, “I miss my beautiful granddaughter #gabbypetito every day. My tears will not stop.”
Gabby’s body was discovered September 18 in a remote area of northwestern Wyoming. Her father Tribute paid “She’s already saving lives,” he said on Instagram.
“A lot of stories are being sent to us about relationships that are being properly planned, and people are being found because of their influence. We have a lot of work to do,” he said. There is work to be done, but this is just the beginning. “
Investigators are still searching for the laundry.
New body cam for domestic quarrels between couples.
Meanwhile, a new body camera video from another officer surfaced on Friday in response to a 911 call for a domestic dispute between Pedito and Laundry when they were back on the road in August.
“Is there something on your cheek here, it looks like – you got it – did it hit you in the face?” The officer asked
Petitto saw the visible scars on his body when the officer questioned him as he sat in the car.
“Well, to be honest, I definitely hit it first,” Petito said.
The officer said, “Did he hit you? I mean, it’s okay if you’re saying you hit him, and then I think he hit you, but we want to know the truth if He hit you. “
“I guess, I think, yes,” said Petito. “He liked it. He grabbed me by the nail.”
Officers later called the incident a mental health break and decided to separate the two for the evening.
The city of Moab has launched an internal investigation into how officers handled the stop.
New police reports shed light on petty case
Meanwhile, new police reports are shedding light on the case and the laundry search.
Officers were called to the laundry family’s home several times before Petito was reported missing, according to records obtained by ABC News.
Police responded twice to a house in North Port, Florida, on September 10, and then three times on September 11, the day Petito’s family reported him missing.
The nature of the calls has not been disclosed, but Petito’s father reportedly made all the calls, regarding their whereabouts.
ABC News obtained 46 pages of call records that ran from September 10-27.
The laundry search is on.
Laundry Pet has been missing for almost two weeks since he returned from a crate country trip. He was later found dead in Wyoming..
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FBI agents returned to the laundry home on Thursday, spent time indoors and inside the camper laundry, and her parents traveled a few days before she went missing.
The laundry family’s lawyer says the agents collected personal belongings to help the dog find them.
“I would say they want to continue with the scented dog to find Brian,” said Brad Garrett, a former FBI agent and ABC News partner. “It means maybe they have a place they’re focusing on that we don’t know about and they wanted a new scent, to let the dogs go back and to this new area.” Track what they can find while speaking. ”
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