Brian Laundrie's mother, Roberta Laundrie, called 911 Saturday after Dog the Bounty Hunter came to the house, wishing to speak to Brian's parents.
Dog, the Bounty Hunter, called it a "shame," saying:
"It's a shame they wouldn't speak with us. The police said we were welcome to knock on the door, so we did. I wanted to tell the Laundries that our goal is to find Brian and bring him in alive."
The 911 call emerged on Twitter:
North Port Police Public Information Officer Josh Taylor told the press:
"We've been called to the house numerous times for all sorts of issues: media, protestors, celebrity searchers. It's not something normal. If the family calls and is concerned, we will respond like we would for anyone."
Dog came on Saturday, wanting to help with the search for Brian Laundrie, who has been missing for two weeks.
"The dad can still reach out to me through social media. Let's get the kid captured alive. Alive."
And while Brian is not charged with Petito's homicide, he is wanted for credit card fraud, which is a federal offense.
While some claim that all the attention the Petito case is getting is nothing more than a "white female syndrome," others are hoping that this case will help raise awareness for all other missing people.
Gabby was laid to rest on Sunday. Her father and stepfather called it a celebration of Gabby's life and asked people not to send flowers but to use that money instead as a donation to the Gabby Petito foundation.