Gabby Petito, 22, was last known to be in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park in late August after heading out on a road trip a month earlier with her boyfriend.
To be fair, even if he is 100% innocent, the police likely think he did something and will question him in such a way that will get responses that make him look guilty. So best to always get an attorney. A YouTube channel I have watched from an attorney always says to never talk to the police without an attorney present, NEVER.The boyfriend is back home in Florida and has hired an attorney. That doesn't sound good.
Exactly. Never talk to a police officer, about anything. This talk is by a law school professor and a former cop. If you only want to watch part of it, watch the cop.A YouTube channel I have watched from an attorney always says to never talk to the police without an attorney present, NEVER.
My thought was they took the van, so he had no means of travel.If the boyfriend wasn't involved in her disappearance, why didn't he stay where he last saw her to help find her? I would not leave, I would be searching every day.
Doesn't look good for boyfriend. Regardless of what happened to her, he left her there.
I liked your theory. SadI was a prosecutor for 9.5 years. Patti was a Police Officer for 4 years. In our humble opinions there are only a couple likely scenarios and none are good for her Parents.
1. He killed her.
2. He abandoned her and someone else then took her.
3. He sold her into white slavery.
Was the van only in her name and only registered to her? Would it be theft if it was never reported stolen?The police should arrest him for stealing the van. That would at least get the ball rolling. There is no proof that he had the permission to drive it without her there.