On the eleventh day since Brian Laundrie went missing, things are heating up between members of the public.
A fight broke out at the Laundrie family’s home in North Port, Florida after a neighbour accused a protester of trespassing on his property, Fox News reported.
The protester had been wielding a megaphone outside of the family’s home along with one other protester for the last few days.
“You can sit here all you want with your megaphone. I don’t care, but you come on my property again, I’m going to f****** beat your a**,” the neighbour yelled at the protester.
“You’re going to jail,” the protester said while filming the encounter. “You just assaulted me on camera.”
The neighbour was arrested later in the evening and charged with battery, according to the North Port Police Department.
Meanwhile, Dog the Bounty Hunter claims he is ‘closing in’ on Mr Laundrie
While the FBI has an arrest warrant for Mr Laundrie over a fraud charge, Chapman launched a parallel search for the 23-year-old who was reported missing by his parents on 17 September.
He said on Wednesday: “We’re here at the island. This would be and could be the perfect spot for him to hide.”
He also said that “boat crews and ground teams have been called in and we have search and rescue dogs deployed.”
He added: “The search now is really on. The search has just begun.”