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November 3, 2021

Florida police chief admits to ‘human error’ in Brian Laundrie case

By T. Thompson In Latest News with Comments Off on Florida police chief admits to ‘human error’ in Brian Laundrie case

North Port Police Chief Todd Garrison admitted to “human error” in the Brian Laundrie case.

Officers thought they spotted Laundrie outside his parents’ home on Sept. 15, but they had mistaken Laundrie for his mother.

“Yes, we made a mistake,” Garrison said. “It was human error, but I still stand behind my team.”

However, Garrison said the mistake didn’t impede the investigation since Laundrie had already left home a day earlier — and may have already been dead.

“Now we know that, by the time we became the lead agency, Brian had already left the house and presumably had already been deceased out in the Carlton Reserve,” Harrison said.

Laundrie’s body was found at a campground in Wyoming on Sept. 19.

“That guy went out there and by all accounts probably committed suicide and he was right out there where we thought he was,” said Sarasota County Sheriff Kurt Hoffman. “There was four feet of water out there at the time.”

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Florida top cop admits ‘human error’ in Brian Laundrie case

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