Gabby Petito Case: People are Dropping Flowers for Slain Woman at Laundrie Family Home

by John Jamison

Last week, a site outside of the North Port Courthouse in Florida became a memorial dedicated to the memory of Gabby Petito. Now, in addition to a slew of protesters calling for Brian Laundrie’s parents to help law enforcement find Brian, people are leaving flowers at the Laundrie home itself.

The Florida residence has been a hub for activity surrounding the Gabby Petito case. On Saturday, Dog the Bounty Hunter knocked on the door and was met with a 911 call.

“It’s a shame they wouldn’t speak with us. The police said we were welcome to knock on the door so we did. I wanted to tell the Laundries that our goal is to find Brian and bring him in alive,” Dog the Bounty Hunter (Duane Chapman) told Fox News.

On Sunday, the FBI entered the home for a brief period of time. And now, folks are bringing flowers and having them delivered to the Laundrie family home.

The video below shows a man delivering flowers to the home. Protesters can be heard in the background. They are demanding that the Laundries do more to help law enforcement bring justice to Gabby Petito.

Criminal Profiler Thinks Brian Laundrie Showed Signs of Abuse in His Relationship With Gabby Petito

There has been plenty of speculation surrounding Brian Laundrie’s involvement in the murder of Gabby Petito. Of course, there isn’t any evidence at present suggesting he was responsible. But John Kelly, a psychotherapist/criminal profiler, thinks tell-tale signs are indicating the potential for abusive behavior on the part of Brian Laundrie.

“Asocial is pretty much somebody that likes to be alone…they’re not hurting anybody. Antisocial is when you strike out at society and have a lot of anger and resentment,” Kelly told Fox News.

Kelly believes Laundrie may have asocial tendencies that could have jumped into the antisocial territory.

“These guys cannot take criticism. And usually if their issues are with the female, they cannot take criticism from a female,” Kelly continued.

“I think he’s a coward on the run. Knowing he’s a coward, where would we think he would go? Do we think he’s macho enough to go off to Mexico? I don’t know about that,” the criminal profiler wondered.

The FBI Entered the Laundrie Home For a Matter of Minutes as Part of Their Investigation

FBI agents entered the Laundrie home for roughly three minutes on Sunday. According to NewsNationNow, they did so to collect items that they could use for matching DNA.

“The FBI entered the Laundrie house for 3 minutes. According to their attorney: The FBI requested some personal items belonging to Brian Laundrie to assist them with DNA matching and Brian’s parents provided the FBI with what they could,” Brian Entin, a correspondent for NewsNationNow wrote in a tweet.

It appears that the Laundrie family cooperated with the authorities.