“I did exactly what I thought the Lord was instructing me to do,” Lori Vallow told her friend, Melanie Gibb, in a recorded phone call about her missing 7-year-old son.
At a Monday hearing, Detective Ray Hermosillo recalled finding 7-year-old J.J. Vallow, whose body was clad in red pajamas and “tightly wrapped” in black plastic.
A traveler surveillance system in Hawaii is bringing the potential civil-liberties pitfalls of disease detective work into clearer—and more disturbing—focus.
In June, Lori Vallow’s estranged husband wrote that she and Chad Daybell were “up to something.” Two weeks later he was dead.
She waived extradition back to Idaho after a judge refused to lower her $5 million bail.
Lori Vallow is being held in lieu of $5 million bail until a hearing to determine if she will be extradited to Idaho.
A distraught Sonam Saxena had claimed he last saw his wife on Tuesday night on a secluded Hawaiian beach.