to connectVideoLori Vallow, the mother of a missing Idaho children, faces multiple charges including desertion
Joshua, Vallow, and Tylee, Ryan, have not seen since last September, while Jonathan Hunt reports from Los Angeles, california.
Lori Vallow, the Idaho mother who has fled to Hawaii in the middle of the questions about the disappearance of her two children, was ordered held on $ 5 million bail on Friday.
Vallow, 46, appeared in court a day after being arrested in Kauai, on a warrant issued by the Idaho officers of the ministry of justice. She is facing two felony counts of desertion and nonsupport of dependent children. The court papers accuse her of is a flight risk, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported.
They will also be faced with multiple charges tied to the disappearance of her 7-year-old autistic son, Joshua “j-j” Vallow, and a 17-year-old daughter, Tylee, Ryan. She refused to waive her extradition hearing is set for March 2.
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In the warrant, to the Vallow of the arrest came out of her, missed a January deadline for the production of her children in front of the authorities, in order to prove that they live in. They have not been seen since September, 2019.
In a 14-page court affidavit unsealed on Thursday, following her arrest Rexburg Police department Det. Ron Ball said Vallow, was a flight risk because she and her husband, Chad Daybell, 51, of considerable financial resources.
“I’m well aware of the fact that, by Chad Daybell received at least $ 430,000 in insurance proceeds after the death of his wife, Tammy,” Ball wrote. “Well, Lori and Chad, and have sufficient income to be able to help them in traveling and hiding from the police and the Courts.”
Vallow, and Daybell, left Idaho, in the middle of questions from the police, the children’s place of residence.
“Chad acted as if he didn’t know the Villain very well, and said that he didn’t know her phone number,” Ball wrote in a statement.
The authorities are not in a position to confirm that the children in your life. She said that there is nothing to indicate that she was in Hawaii and Vallow and Daybell, have lied about where they should be.
Authorities began the investigation into the disappearance, after that YOU wife made a missing child report. Larry and Kay Woodcock, of Louisiana, is said to have become a regular phone-calls with JJ grew infrequent, then stopped in the month of August.
Vallow is the brother of Alex Cox, told the investigators that “j-j with his grandmother, Kay Woodcock in Louisiana, which is not likely to be true due to the fact that Kay was a person who, for the first time, called in to help find a missing child report,” Ball wrote in a statement.
He is accused Vallow, of lying to the Rexburg police department when she was told in November that her son, who was in Arizona with a friend. Her arrest came a day after Vallow, and Daybell, were to be seen on the Hawaiian island of Maui, and East Idaho News reported.
Joshua Vallow, vista, 7, and Tylee, Ryan, 17, is wanted by the police in Rexberg, Idaho. The researchers say that their mother, Lori Daybell, let us know what had happened to them, but he refuses to co-operate. (Rexberg, Police)
The couple was married in November, and, after the suspicious death of Daybell’s first wife, Tammy.
Vallow, the fourth man, Charles Vallow, died in July after being shot by Cox, who claimed he was acting in self-defense. Cox passed away in December. With the death of Tammy Daybell is research.
Her body was found, and the results of toxicology and other tests have not yet been released.
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Vallow family members may have concerns that she may have been a member of a “sect” by Chad Daybell, who has written a few books, very loosely based on the theology of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and to a large extent, focused on the doomsday scenarios. He has also posted podcasts, an online organization focused on the members of the church, with an interest in the preparations for the biblical end of days.
Lori Vallow attended some of the same, and the two of them had grown close.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.