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Gabby Petito Update – Traffic stop cop Brian Laundrie made ‘some unintentional mistakes’ before vlogger murder

A NEW investigative report into a car stop involving Gabby Petito before her murder was reported finds that police made “a number of unintentional mistakes”.

An investigative review of the Moab traffic stop was obtained by a News Nation reporter Brian Entin.

The investigation comes amid a barrage of criticism directed at officers who responded to the August 12 call.

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The investigation comes amid a barrage of criticism directed at officers who responded to the August 12 call.Credit: Getty Images

Entin said the report is 99 pages long and covers the Moab City Police Department’s handling of The dispute between Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito in Utah, weeks before she was murdered in Wyoming.

The investigation comes against the backdrop of a series of level of criticism against the officers who answered the call August 12, claiming that they see Petito as the abuser, rather than the victim.

Meanwhile, Laundrie’s parents are fighting in court to access his assets, including $20,000 in his bank account and notebook some say holds the secret of Gabby Petito’s murder.

According to the family lawyer Steven Bertolino, once the FBI closes the case on Gabby’s murder and Brian’s death by suicide, “the property withheld will be returned to its owner.”

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