A candlelight vigil was held for Gabby Petito in Brian Laundrie’s Florida hometown, a day after her Long Island hometown held solemn services for the slain woman.
More than 100 mourners turned out to the North Port service on Saturday night, where they released butterflies in memory of the 22-year-old they called “America’s daughter.”
Some of the monarchs perched on a wooden cross engraved with Petito’s name, as crowd members, holding signs that read “Justice For Gabby” and “North Port Loves Gabby,” sang a spontaneous a cappella rendition of “Amazing Grace.”
Laundrie’s parents, Chris and Roberta, did not attend the vigil for their son’s girlfriend, who lived
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