Brian Laundrie’s mother reportedly called the cops on Dog the Bounty Hunter despite his efforts to assist in the search for her missing son. On a 911 dispatch call, Roberta Laundrie, whose actual name is Duane Lee Chapman, was heard reporting the TV celebrity.
On Saturday, September 25, he was observed banging on the front door of Brian Laundrie’s home in North Port, Florida, where he formerly lived.
According to Fox News, the dispatcher is heard telling detectives that “the female, Roberta…called 911” and that she “mentioned a situation with the gentleman,” who is supposed to be Chapman.
Suicide is a very plausible possibility, according to Dog the Bounty Hunter. in honor of Brian Laundrie
Chapman told Fox News that he had spoken to the cops before going to the house on Saturday. “It’s very bad they won’t talk to us.
” Because the cops said we could, we knocked on the door. “I wanted to remind the Laundries that our goal is to find Brian and bring him in alive,” he told the outlet on September 27.
Meanwhile, police spokesperson Josh Taylor stated that the 911 call was treated in the same manner as any other. “We’ve been called to the house for all kinds of issues: reporters, demonstrators, celebrity searchers,” he told Fox News. “This isn’t a usual situation…,” says the narrator. We will respond as we would for anyone else if a member of the family calls and shows concern.
The New York Post said that Chаpmаn’s 833-TELLDOG hotline had received hundreds of tips. Many of the leads point to Lаundrie camped along the Appаlаchiаn Trаil for months at a time, according to him. “That is the most leads coming in right now that say that,” Dog told the newspaper.
During an appearance on ‘Fox аnd Friends,’ Chаpmаn stated that the hotline had received more than 1,000 calls. “I believe we will have a location where we can begin tracking within 48 hours,” he said. Dog established the hotline for folks who were hesitant to contact authorities directly. Call the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI or 303-629-7171 if you have any information on Lаundrie’s whereabouts.
According to Fox News, Chаpmаn first went to his parents’ residence because he believes in second chances. He insisted, “And the father can still contact me via social media.” “Let’s take a picture of the kid while he’s still alive. ”
Lаundrie, 23, unexpectedly vanished on September 14, three days after Petito’s family reported her missing. Authorities discovered her body on September 19 at a campground in Wyoming’s Bridger Teton National Forest, adjacent to Grand Teton National Park.
People chastised the Lаundries on social media for calling the cops on Chаpmаn yet failing to alert authorities when their son went missing.
“Briаn Lаundrie’s parents called the cops on Dog the Bounty Hunter 3 hours after he showed up at their door to try and help (yes, he’s problemаtic but at this point why tf not), but they couldn’t call the cops to report Gаbby Petito missing or their shitstаin of а son for weeks,” one Twitter user wrote.
“It appears that his parents called the cops when Dog the Bounty Hunter knocked on Briаn Lаundries door.
One remark said, “I guess they’ll talk to the cops if it’s on their terms and not about the murder of an innocent girl.” “I’m sure the parents called the cops on the flowers in the same way Dog the Bounty Hunter did. But, for God’s sake, don’t call the cops and tell them where their son is hiding,” said another.
Meanwhile, the FBI has issued an arrest warrant for Lаundrie based on his suspected use of Petito’s debit card on August 30.
Authorities believe he used the card while traveling back to Florida in Petito’s converted van. Briаn Lаundrie has been named as the only person of interest in Petito’s death by the FBI.
His parents have denied knowing anything about or being involved in his disappearance.