To announce his findings, the Wyoming coroner will hold a press conference Tuesday afternoon.
The autopsy results will be discussed by Dr. Brent Blue, Teton County coroner.
Petito’s body was found by search teams near Grand Teton National Park in September 19. Blue’s office found the body two days later. confirmed that the remains of Petito areShe was deemed her death to be murder.
After an eight-day search, Petito’s remains were found. Her family reported Petito missing on Sept. 11, ten days after her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, returned home from a months-long cross-country road trip without her.
On July 2, the couple embarked on a nomadic road trip in a converted RV. The couple stopped in Colorado Springs on the 6th of July before they headed to Utah for several days. Petito also shared her journey on social media and in a blog.
Moab police reported that officers found Petito and Laundrie near Arches National Park on Aug. 12. They had received reports that they were involved in a physical altercation. Petito said she had been fighting Laundrie for “all morning” and Laundrie had visible marks on his face. After Petito and Laundrie agreed to spend the night together, officers declined to press charges.
Petito’s family claims that Petito last spoke to her daughter on August 25, while she claimed she was at Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
Laundrie returned to Florida with Petito on September 1, in the van. Laundrie refused to speak to the authorities after Petito’s family reported him missing.
Florida police claimed that Laundrie wasn’t known to them anymore, days before Petito’s body was discovered by search teams. The initial focus of authorities’ search for laundry was in a Florida wildlife sanctuary. But, since then… scaled back that searchIn favor of an intelligence-led approach
Federal authorities issued an arrest warrantLaundrie alleged that he illegally used his bank card between September 30 and September 1. Petito was not killed, but Laundrie remains “interested”.