Dennis Davis, a hiker who claimed to have spoken with Brian Laundry about the escape on October 2, “took a lot of notes” when meeting FBI agents and North Carolina Law enforcement Wednesday.
Davis said in an interview with LBL Digital on Saturday that he was “100% certain” that he had escaped on the Tennessee-North Carolina State Line near the Appalachian Trail at 12:30 ET on Deed Card fraud charges on Waterville Road.
The hiker from Florida met with the FBI and Sheriff’s deputies in Heywood, North Carolina, for about 45 minutes Wednesday to discuss the encounter. During the encounter, a man believed to be Davis asked Laundry to make his way to California.
“I would say it’s a very simple meeting,” Davis told LBL Digital. “I met an FBI agent and two local sheriff’s officers. We went through the story from top to bottom. They clearly asked about Brian and the vehicle and the overall interaction.”
He said agents and people “took a lot of notes” and “paid attention” to what they were saying.
Laundry is a man interested in the death of his 22-year-old fianc ಗ್ಯಾ, Gabby Petito. The FBI and local law enforcement found her remains Wyoming Last month.
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People have reported many potential laundry sightings around the country because they don’t know where they are in the high-profile case. According to multiple reports, people claim to have seen a 23-year-old avid hiker in Watauka County and Boone, North Carolina. Another potential witness told LBL Digital that she saw the laundry on September 29 at a gas station in Bristol, Tennessee. No scenes are confirmed.
“I told them … the main reason for meeting with them was that I wanted them to measure themselves if they thought I was a credible witness, but one of the things they told me was that they were taking any advice that was reliable,” Davis said.
The hiker expressed some frustration that he had not heard from any law enforcement after making six calls after the encounter.
The Hayward County Sheriff’s Office received a call from Davis near the Waterville exit shortly after 2 a.m. Saturday, where he recovered cell phone services and saw more photos of the laundry. Davis related the story to police, and the sheriff’s office sent two to three deputies to the area. Representatives saw three passive vehicles. They searched the registrations for all three but all had no substance related to the hunting of the laundry.
The sheriff’s office, which said it had received about 10 reports of laundry surveillance and calls between Saturday and Sunday, sent the team to the area near the Waterville exit.
Hiker claims they saw brown laundry near the Appalachian Trail
“Over the past several days, we have received a number of calls to see Brian Landry. Each has been thoroughly investigated and areas of concern have been searched, but not all have benefited,” Christina Esmey, public information officer with the Haywood Sheriff’s Office, told LBL on Sunday. “We will continue to respond to and fully investigate all calls for a nationwide search for Mr. Laundry within our jurisdiction.”
It has been reported that both Laundry and Petito have increased parts of the Appalachian Path. In March, Petito shared Photo on Instagram With Geotag for the Appalachian Trail in Georgia.
Laundry and Petito were traveling across the country in a Ford Transit van in the summer, and Laundry returned to his home in North Port, Florida on September 1 in a van without a Petito. Petito’s parents reported missing 10 days later on September 11. Landry’s parents reported the laundry was missing on September 17 but said it was September 14 when they last saw him.
The laundry helped police investigate after Petito filed a missing person report on Sept. 11, officials said. Laundries’ lawyers issued a Sept. 14 statement, advising their clients to stay “in the background.” The family revealed that they had not seen him since September 14, three days later.
Petito’s corpse has been found near Grand Teton National Park Wyoming On September 19th. Teton County Coroner’s Death A The homicide But the cause has not yet been announced.
LBL’s Stephanie Pagones, Michael Ruiz and Kathleen Reishkal contributed to this report.