Lori Vallow, the mother of a missing Idaho children, is said to have declared himself to be a god to prepare the world for the apocalypse

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.

HONOLULU — members of the family are used for the description of the Villain Vallow, as a caring mother to her children, the best interest at heart.

But that was before she reportedly declared himself to be a god sent to the world to prepare for the impending apocalypse. For three premature deaths of people around her. After her children went missing.

The seven-year-old Joshua “JJ” Vallow and his 17-year-old sister, Tylee, Ryan, have not been seen since the end of September. After a flight from Idaho to the state of Hawaii in a study, Vallow, 46, was on Thursday arrested on suspicion of felony child for release as a major milestone in a case that spans several states and has been filled with bizarre twists and turns.


“As a person with two years ago, they would have said,’ this is what’s going to happen with Lori, that I would never have believed it,” JJ’s grandfather, Larry Woodcock, said last month when he announced a $20,000 reward for information that leads to the children. “I don’t know what the cause of this conversion. You are going to not have the mother-of-the-year, a mother of a special needs child, and a person who doesn’t know where she is, where he’s been, and where they’re at.”

“As a person with two years ago, they would have said,’ this is what’s going to happen with Lori, that I would never have believed it.”

Larry Woodcock, the grand-father of-j-j Vallow

“There is a time line change with a Comeback, and it all started a couple of years ago,” he said.

Some of the timeline is described in detail in the recently released documents from the court of auditors, to researchers in the country-Idaho city of Rexburg. The documents paint a bleak picture, with the police saying Vallow, repeatedly lied about it to her children, place of residence, their possessions, and were found in an abandoned warehouse, and there’s no sign of them for months on end.

Vallow was published on Friday in the court of the Hawaiian islands, where her lawyer could not get the $5 million bail will be reduced. The lawyer, Daniel Hempey, said to the police that they are in Kauai, and I had a lawyer who offered to turn her in.

“Instead, they were arrested and the media was calling us all day long,” Hempey said. “It would seem that it was a made-for-media event at the taxpayer’s expense.”


They will face a hearing on March 2, the shipping Idaho.

Of Vallow’s children, Tylee, and disappeared at first, according to a probable cause affidavit written by the Rexburg police department Lt. Ron Ball. The teenager went on a day trip to nearby Yellowstone National Park with her mother, brother, and uncle. The National Park Service and the camera captured her image on the input side, and a picture of the Vallow of the computer, the girl in the park.

But ever since? No sign, Ball wrote.

And then YOU disappeared, ” says the document. He was enrolled in a school for a couple of weeks in September and was last seen there just before Vallow told the staff that she was going to homeschool the boy.


“We have not been able to get all of the witnesses who have seen the J. V. as of September 24, 2019 at the latest,” Ball wrote.

Investigation into the strange circumstances surrounding Vallow didn’t start at the end of September. Her husband, Charles Vallow, was shot and killed in July at the family’s suburban Phoenix home by her brother, Alex Cox.

The Vallows’ the marriage was crumbling. Charles had, in the case of divorce, “says the court documents that he was afraid that they would kill him, and that she’s developed a weird, doomsday-cult-like beliefs, which according to reports is calling himself a” god-assigned to the performance of the work of the 144,000 to the second coming of Christ in July, by the year 2020.”

Cox told the police that the shooting was in self-defense, Charles Vallow, and had come to him with a baseball bat. The police investigated, but the cause is not far to go to Cox died of unknown causes in the Arizona home in December. Toxicology reports will be done as part of an autopsy have not been released.


Lori Vallow moved to Idaho with the children. They got an apartment in Rexburg, and in the beginning of September and, reportedly, as a result of spending time with an old friend, Chad Daybell.

He has been an editor and writer, who has written a few books, very loosely based on the theology of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has largely 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.

Daybell, the old woman, Tammy Daybell, passed away in October. In the obituary, it said that the 49-year-old is fit, the school librarian, died of natural causes, and that the family refused to do an autopsy before she was buried in,, Utah. About two weeks later, Chad Daybell, and Vallow got married in Hawaii on the beach.


In the meantime, JJ’s, grand-parents, Larry and Kay Woodcock, of Louisiana, were, to an increasing extent take care of the children. Regular phone calls with JJ grew infrequent, then stopped in the month of August. She couldn’t answer.

In Idaho, authorities grew suspicious after hearing that Daybell had married so quickly after his wife’s unexpected death. She dug Tammy Daybell in the body. The results of toxicology and other tests are yet to be announced.

At the end of November, the police in Rexburg, turns out to Vallow ‘ s apartment to check on the kids at the grandparents request. The researchers spoke with Cox and Daybell and it was a strange response, the documents say.

“Chad acted as if he didn’t know the Villain very well, and said that he didn’t know her phone number. Alex also told the investigators that J. V. was with his grandmother, Kay Woodcock, of Louisiana, who was not likely to be 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.

“Chad acted as if he didn’t know the Villain very well, and said that he didn’t know her phone number.”

— Lt. and Ron Ball,, Rexburg police department

The lieutenant said, Vallow told him that the boy was out in Arizona with a friend. My friend told me that the police officer that YOU had not been to her house for a few months.

When the Rexburg police department, and returned back, to Vallow the house was empty.

The research has turned up troubling findings, but no sign of the children. Their property, including that of j-j’s winter clothes, they were found in an abandoned storage facility in Rexburg last month. Police are looking for Vallow apartment and found the medicine prescribed for YOU, who has autism, but it was dated back to January of 2019, and the prescription was never filled in, and in Idaho, the records show.

Daybell and Vallow had lived in Hawaii and then, in the same city, where she and her husband have lived for the prior year. The police have searched the home of the couple and the car in the previous month, as found in the birth certificates of the children, Tylee, the bank of the card and the JJ’s for iPad, but there is no evidence that the children ever arrived at the Hawaiian islands.


Vallow, was convicted and sentenced by the court to produce the children of Idaho, where authorities have in the last month or so, however they are not requirements. The police asked for an arrest warrant should be out this week, calling the pair a “flight risk.”

“Lori Vallow, and Chad Daybell have significant financial resources. I am well aware of the fact that, by Chad Daybell received at least $ 430,000 in insurance proceeds after the death of his wife, Tammy. As such, Lori and Chad, and have sufficient income to be able to help them in traveling and hiding from the police and the courts,” Ball wrote.

In an e-mail to: Daybell, was not immediately answered.

Boone reported from Boise, Idaho.

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