Lori Vallow Faces New Charges After Her Children’s Remains Are Found On Husband Chad Daybell’s Property
Lori Vallow is now facing new charges set against her after the remains of her children Tylee Ryan and Joshua Vallow were found in Idaho on the property of her fifth husband Chad Daybell. Vallow was charged on Monday with two felony counts of conspiracy to destroy, alter or conceal evidence. The remains of the two children were found months after they had been reported missing in September.
In the court hearing, Vallow participated remotely from Idaho’s Madison County Jail, wearing a face mask, where she claimed that she understood the allegations put in place against her. Vallow’s son and daughter in law Colby and Kelsee Ryan were also in attendance for the virtual gathering. The next hearing is scheduled for August 10.
Court documents revealed that Ryan’s body was dismembered and burned in a fire pit while Joshua’s body was buried in a pet cemetery. However, the cause of the children’s death was not given.
It was discovered that the two children had disappeared when police in Rexburg were trying to conduct a welfare check on Joshua. Both Vallow and Daybell refused to cooperate during the search, left the state and fled to Hawaii. Vallow was then put in jail under charges of desertion and nonsupport of her two dependent children. She is held on a bond of $1 million.
Daybell was arrested in early June with two counts of concealing evidence. Authorities have also received a complaint that alleges Daybell had concealed the remains of Ryan and Joshua on his Idaho property. He has pleaded not guilty.
Neither Vallow or Daybell have been charged with the deaths of the children. However, Vallow is also under investigation for the death of Daybell’s former wife Tammy Daybell, who was found dead in her home. Vallow and Daybell were married just weeks after Tammy had died.