911 AUDIO! Utah Police Knew Brian Laundrie H!t Gabby Petito, Flowers Flood Laundrie Home for Gabby



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New audio released by Grand County Sheriff’s Office prove that dispatch notified the responding officers that Brian Laundrie was the aggressor in the DV incident on August 12, 2021. Could the officers get in trouble?

Also, Twitter users are flooding the Laundrie’s front yard with flowers for Gabby, Hoping to send a message to the parents

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