The mother of two missing children from Idaho has been found dead in her Hawaii home, but the children have not yet been found, according to Hawaii police. Two Idaho siblings have been missing for months, and now a mother and her son have been arrested in connection with their disappearance.
Investigators tracked down the couple in Princeville, Hawaii, and handed Lori a court order requiring her to physically produce the children to authorities in Idaho by January 30. Lori Vallow, the mother of JJ and Tylee Vallows, who were last seen in Hawaii and have not been seen since late September, did not comply with the court's order of January 30 to return them to authorities in Rexburg, Idaho. Since then, she has been ordered to send her children, JJ, 13, to the Idaho Department of Children and Family Services and JJ's mother Lori within five days, police said.
Self Storage employees shook hands with Daybell several times but could not reach him and he did not return messages. Self Storage employees have reached the Day Belles several times, but they have not returned messages and they cannot reach the Day Belles, a Self Storage employee has reached them, but he does not return messages, according to police.
A statement on the Self Storage Facebook page said in part: "Self Storage is aware that a local Rexburg company has rented a storage unit to Lori Vallow and Daybell. Some say Self Storage was unaware of problems with the local Rexburg companies that rented the warehouse units to them. A statement posted on the self-storage company's website and on its social media accounts on the Self Security Facebook page said in part that SelfStorage was aware of a problem with local Rexburgh businesses that rented storage units to V & A and Daybell, police said on Thursday, August 25, 2016. A statement post on SelfStorage's Facebook page and on its Twitter account In a statement on Self Storage's Facebook page, it said in part: Partly, even Storage was unaware that ExxonMobil employees or employees of local oil and gas companies were renting storage apartments or rental apartments from Lori Vallow or Day Belles.
A statement on Self Storage's Facebook page said in part: "Self Storage is aware that a local Rexburg company has leased a warehouse unit to Lori Vallow and Daybell. A Self Storage employee told East Idaho News that Day Belles registered the storage units for lease on October 1.
Vallow and her husband, Chad Daybell, fled as authorities searched for the children, police said. The next day, the officers issued a search warrant at her home and obtained and obtained another search warrant at the camp unit. They returned the next day and found Lori and Chad had fled, Rexburg police said in a news release. Officers issued another search warrant at her home the next day and obtained another search warrant at the storage unit, "the press release said.
The East Idaho News reported that officials found the storage unit in the parking lot of Vallows' home in Rexburg, about 20 miles south of Rexberg, Idaho. The East Idaho News reports that officers also found a large amount of cash and other personal items, including cellphones and computers, at the storage unit near the campsite, as well as reports from the East Boise Police Department about a search warrant at her home and the arrest of her husband, Chad Daybell, for child endangerment and child abuse, and the discovery of several firearms and ammunition in her possession, the East Utah News reported. In addition to possession of $1,000 in cash, officers found another $2,500 in credit cards, a cellphone and a computer in a storage room in Rexburg and about 30 miles north of the Idaho camp, West Boise Police in the eastern Boise News reported. In an interview with a police officer, the officer found another $4,200 in money, other property and equipment, including cellphones and laptops, from her home outside the storage unit.
The East Idaho News reported that officers found about $2,000 in cash, $1,500 in credit cards and a cellphone in the storage device, as well as several firearms.
The East Idaho News reported that officers found about $2,000 in cash, $1,500 in credit cards and a cellphone in the storage device, as well as several firearms. Officers found a large amount of marijuana, a handgun, as well as several firearms and ammunition in a storage room in Rexburg, Idaho, on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. The East Boise News reports that the owner of the vehicle, 37-year-old David Vallow, was carrying heavy items and bicycles that were often taken to the warehouse unit a day later and then taken away. Officers found about $3,400 in cash, $4,200 in credit and card money and three firearms in the Rexburg warehouse. Officials find a huge amount of money and firearms in a warehouse near the University of Idaho campus on April 20, 2017.