Lori Vallow, a mother in Idaho accused of killing her two children. It was convicted by a grand jury this week in conspiring with her brother to kill her estranged ex-husband Charles Vallow.
The indictment, which was opened Tuesday in Maricopa, Arizona, is the latest killing believed to have been committed by the doomsday fanatic mother and her new husband Chad Daybell. It wasn’t long before the couple fled to Hawaii.
The pair are charged with killing Joshua Wallow, 8, and Tylie Ryan, 17, who were reported missing in 2019 by relatives. Staying with friends in Arizona, but officials will continue to search for the remains of two children in Daybell̵7;s Idaho home.
Daybell is also charged with murdering his ex-wife Tammy Daybell. who died a month before marrying Lori Vallow.
According to the newly opened grand jury indictment, Vallow is facing charges of conspiring to murder her ex-husband with her brother Alexander Cox in July 2019.
According to the indictment, the two agreed that “At least one of them or the other will be involved in an act of homicide of the first degree.”
On July 11, 2019, Cox called 911 and reported that he had shot Charles. Wallow to defend himself and kill him.
Months later, in November 2019, family members will contact police to report the two missing children.
Then, in December 2019, Cox died. According to local reports The new wife’s son found him fainted on the bathroom floor. The autopsy report indicated there were no signs of injury and “There are no suspicious compounds” on or in his body. And he was determined to die of blood clots and heart failure.
Vallow, reportedly associated with a group called “Preparing a People” which relatives describe as a cult centered on the belief that the end of the world and the Second Coming of Christ are imminent. Was in a custody battle with her ex-husband.
CNN reported that her ex-husband cited her mental health as a concern in court records, saying she was “obsessed with near-death experiences and spiritual vision.”
Vallow and Daybell’s religious beliefs are alleged to have played a role in the massacre they are now accused of. KPNX reports that Daybell sent a message to Vallow at one point claiming that his then-wife was “incorrect.” “Possessed by a spirit”
in May Psychologists found that Vallow was incapable of receiving trial. which prosecutors said they would fight in court.