MOTHER OF MISSING IDAHO CHILDREN FOUND IN HAWAII
Written by Racquel Shelby on February 11, 2020
ARTICLE SOURCE: PEOPLE MAGAZINE By Jeff Truesdell January 27, 2020 02:01 PM
A mom allegedly on the run and wanted for questioning in the disappearance of her two kids in Idaho last fall has five days to produce them after she and her new husband were tracked to Hawaii.
Lori Vallow and her husband, Chad Daybell, who “abruptly vacated” their Rexburg, Idaho, home last November as local police carried out search warrants related to the disappearance of the children, were located Saturday in Kaua’i, Hawaii, according to police on the Hawaiian island.
Kaua’i police said the couple had been staying on the island for an “unconfirmed period of time.”
In a separate statement to PEOPLE, Rexburg police said Vallow’s children were not with the couple when they were stopped on Saturday, “and there is no evidence” the kids were ever in Hawaii.
An order obtained by the Madison County, Idaho, Prosecutor’s Office and handed to Vallow on Saturday requires her to physically produce the children — 7-year-old Joshua “J.J.” Vallow and 17-year-old Tylee Ryan — to the state Department of Health and Welfare or to Rexburg police officers within five days, or risk “civil or criminal contempt of court.”
The rest of the article can be read at https://people.com/crime/idaho-siblings-missing-mom-5-days-to-produce-them/
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