A Florida engineer who claimed he talked to Brian Laundrie on the Appalachian Trail informed The Post on Tuesday that he plans to satisfy with the FBI to debate the weird encounter.
“I’ll be meeting them either Tuesday or Wednesday in North Carolina,” Dennis Davis stated.
The hiker informed a 911 dispatcher that he was “99.99 percent sure” he spoke with the late Gabby Petito’s fugitive boyfriend, who is needed on fraud prices for allegedly utilizing somebody’s financial institution card across the time she disappeared.
“I’ll meet somebody out there if they want to,” Davis, 53, informed the Haywood County, North Carolina, Sheriff’s Office dispatcher. “I’m telling you, it was him.”
He stated the person was “talking wild” and “acting funny,” a newly launched recording reveals.
The dispatcher informed Davis she would report his name to her sergeant — however he informed The Post on Saturday that calls to authorities, together with the FBI, weren’t returned.
However, he told Fox News on Monday that he finally acquired a return name from the sheriff’s workplace on Sunday, and was informed they dispatched a deputy to the scene about 12 hours after he reported the sighting.
In a press release Monday, the Haywood County sheriff stated it had “received a number of calls regarding the sighting of Brian Laundrie over the past several days, each one being investigated thoroughly and areas of concern searched, but all to no avail.”
Davis informed The Post earlier that he was driving the place the Appalachian Trail runs close to the border of North Carolina and Tennessee on Saturday morning when he was flagged down by the stranger.
Laundrie, 23, disappeared in mid-September whereas being looked for questioning within the loss of life of the 22-year-old Long Island native throughout the couple’s cross-country journey.
Petito vanished and was discovered lifeless in a Wyoming campground on Sept. 19, almost three weeks after Laundrie returned residence to Florida in her van with out her.