Florida police say they’re ‘keeping an open mind’ with the Gabby Petito case
North Port Police Chief Todd Garrison offered more details about the Gabby Petito case Thursday night
The police do not have a search warrant for Laundrie’s house, either.
Laundrie and Petito, who were engaged and living in North Port, were shown to have an argument on the road trip in a new video that surfaced this week. The body camera footage showed Laundrie and Petito being pulled over by police in Moab, Utah, and emotionally talking about an argument.
Garrison said on CNN that he didn’t know if the Utah conflict video footage is connected to her disappearance. He said they were a young couple, and young couples tend to argue. He said it’s unclear what the argument means.
But her mother isn’t fully convinced it came from Petito. But Garrison said Gabby was communicating with her mother through FaceTime at the time of the final texts.
Needless to say, there are a lot of layers to the case, and the police are looking into it.
“We are analyzing everything,” he told CNN. “We are keeping an open mind.”