Fury at FBI for ‘hiding’ the fact that Brian Laundry should have been considered ‘armed and dangerous’

July 1: Gabby Petito and her boyfriend, Brian Laundry leave Blue Point, New York for a cross-country road trip

August 12: Police in Moab, Utah respond to a domestic incident involving a couple

Aug 17: Laundry reportedly flies back to Florida to ‘clear out a storage unit’

Aug 21: Petito’s father, Joseph Petito, had his last FaceTime video call with his daughter, in Salt Lake City, Utah

August 23: Laundry flies to Utah to join ‘Gabby’ on her journey back

August 24: Petito was last seen with laundry at a Salt Lake City hotel

August 25: Pettito making final call to his mother, Nicole Schmidt, saying she was in Grand Teton National Park

August 25 or 26: Couple chats with the owner of a shop called ‘Rustic Row’ in Victor, Utah for about 20 minutes

August 27: Pettito’s van was videotaped by blogger Jane Bethune at Spread Creek Campground at around 6.30 p.m.; Witnesses say they witnessed an ‘uproar’ with the couple at Mary Piglet’s Tex-Mex restaurant in Jackson, Wyoming

August 29: The day Wisconsin TikToker Miranda Baker claimed that laundry in Grand Teton National Park approached her and her boyfriend and asked them for a ride at 5.30 p.m.

August 30: Schmidt gets last text from Petito’s phone: ‘No service in Yosemite’

September 1: Laundry returns to his parents’ home in North Port, Florida in a van without Pettito

September 6-7: Laundry and his parents visit the Fort de Soto campsite in Florida

September 11: Schmidt reports Petito’s disappearance to authorities in New York; Petito and laundry vans were confiscated by police in Florida the same day

12 September: Grand Teton National Park rangers search for petitos

13 September: Laundry’s lawyer said on 5 October that her parents now ‘believe’ that this was the day they last saw her go for a hike.

14 September: Laundry issues a statement through his lawyer about Petito’s disappearance; Laundry’s parents claimed on 17 September that Laundry had left her parents’ house for a hike on this day and that they had not seen her since.

15 September: Laundry officially named Person of Interest in Petito’s case

September 17: Lawyer for the Laundry family confirms his whereabouts are unknown

September 18: North Port Police and the FBI begin a search for the Carlton Reserve in Sarasota County for the disappearance of Brian Laundry

September 19: Bethune learns he has video of Petito’s van at around 12 o’clock and presents the FBI with the footage 10 minutes later; Officials announced that a body that matched Petito’s description had been found near Grand Teton National Park in the afternoon

September 21: The coroner confirmed that the remains found at Grand Teton belonged to Petito. His death has been ruled a homicide but the cause of his death is still being investigated

September 20 – 22: FBI and North Port Police continue to search for laundry in Carton Reserve

September 22Neighbors say that the day Gabby was reported missing, they saw the Laudry family packing their separate camper. DailyMail.com photos show the camper was back in the driveway two days later, on September 13

September 23: The FBI issues an arrest warrant for Laundry for ‘use of an unauthorized access device’ to fraudulently use a Capital One Bank debit card that did not belong to him for spending $1,000 between August 30 and September 1; The police investigation that handled the Utah Police incident on August 12 has been launched; Laundry’s parents visit their attorney in Orlando

September 25: Doug the Bounty Hunter joins the laundry hunt

26 September: A funeral is held for Petito in Holbrook, New York, and his family starts a charity to help parents find missing children.

September 27: The manhunt has been extended back to the laundry at Carlton Reserve after a 10-day search. Doug the Bounty Hunter says Laundry and his parents stayed at Fort De Soto Park from September 1-3 and September 6-8 – and were the only parents left on the subsequent visit

28 September: Laundry’s mother is accused of using a burner phone to contact her son. September 29: Documents reveal that Laundry’s mom canceled a reservation for two for the Fort de Soto Park campsite from September 1 to 3 and booked for three from September 6 to 8; The FBI seized surveillance footage from the site; FBI Investigates Lead Laundry Purchased a Burner Phone on Sept. 14;

September 30: In the August 12 incident, bodycam footage of a second officer has been released in which a distraught Petito admits that laundry hit him; FBI agents collect more evidence from laundry home

October 1: It turns out that Laundry’s sister had contact with him when she said she had

October 2: A hiker along the Appalachian Trail claims to have seen laundry near the border of Tennessee and North Carolina

October 3: Investigators searched the area on the Appalachian Trail for any signs that laundry was there

October 4: Laundry’s sister tells protesters outside her house that her family is neglecting her after she scolded her story and doesn’t know where her brother is

October 5: Laundry’s sister appeared on Good Morning America to say she would turn on her brother if she knew where he was;

7 October: Laundry’s father Christopher Carlton joins FBI agents looking for his son in the reserve but the search yields no leads.

12 October: Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue announced autopsy findings that showed Petito died of strangulation; No specific date of death was given – only that he died 3-4 weeks before his body was found

October 16: Petito’s parents are seen collecting his ashes from the Valley Mortuary in Jackson, Wyoming

October 20Human remains found in Carlton Reserve