Laundrie, Texas is a small town in the Texas panhandle bordering Mexico. Last week, a friend of Brian took him and two other men on a hike. During their hike, the women noticed some strange tracks that led them to discover Brian Price’s body, which had been missing for nearly six months. Their thinking led them to notify the Laundrie Police Department, which was the first to notify the media.
Neighbors point out that Brian and the other man slowly entered the woods a few hundred yards from their homes. They sat down and smoked a few cigarettes before leaving for the forest. One of the men, a 55-year-old woman, noticed something strange about Brian. She said he was wearing a hoodie the whole time he was walking and that he looked nervous.
The woman and her friend programmed a state trooper, who was working nearby, and led them downstairs to investigate. After asking about where Brian was going, the girl showed the state officer where Brian lived. It turned out that the man had been living with this friend since he returned home from prison. The friend was released when he learned that Brian had just left for the North to meet his friend. He was going to Laundrie, Texas.
The neighbor, Brian’s friend, called 911 immediately, while Brian was still in the tree line. Responding officers saw Brian and took him into custody without any further incident. One of the officers saw a figure with a hood running down the street and entering into a brief fight. The officer then arrested him on the spot. At that point, another officer arrived at the scene, where Brian was detained again.
When interviewed by detectives, a neighbor of Laundrie who saw the whole incident said she did not see Brian at the residence during the time he was there. However he saw the person walking up the highway and told detectives that the man was “shouting at people” as he was walking on the road to her home. According to this witness, at that time the individual was wearing a blue Jean suit. No one else was nearby when the person got on the street, so this witness could only see the person running towards the house.
Meanwhile a neighbor, who did not see the exchange between the police and the suspect either confirmed or denied that the individual was wearing a blue Jean suit at the time of the arrest. According to the latter witness, she saw the person climbing the street with a flashlight in one hand, which he probably used to wipe his forehead before entering the fence for Laundrie. The individual was carrying what looked like a silver chain, perhaps to tighten his belt. He was also carrying a small bag, the contents of which could not be seen. The witness heard the police officer yell at the suspect and said, “Free.”
Brian was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon (although he was killed by a rubber bullet and later died at the hospital). The official report indicates that Brian suffered an injury to his abdomen while trying to steal the house of a man inside. The fact that no one else was at home at the time of the robbery does not make the case less serious than it would otherwise have been. According to the police report, Brian took several shots to the stomach and left shoulder, according to the police report. Laundries’ two neighbors saw him escape through the front door of the house, heading straight for an unlocked closet. One witness saw him fall to the ground as he was being held.
Meanwhile, Brian’s lawyer provided a sworn affidavit stating that Brian had only suffered minor injuries during the melee. The police report indicates that he was taken to an ambulance, where he underwent surgery. He is expected to recover completely in a month. The Laundry neighbor, who testified in the criminal case against Brian, did not see how the fight actually took place, nor did he see how Brian suffered the injuries. No one else who witnessed the fight filed a statement, and none of the medical staff who were on the scene considered Brian injured at the time of his arrest.
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Kristin Thorne talks to Laundrie’s neighbor, Karen Aberts.
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