Idaho “cult” mother Lori Vallow, and her husband, Chad Daybell, have been found. The pair were discovered by officials in Hawaii after fleeing their home as police launched an investigation into the disappearance of Vallow’s two youngest children.
Kaua’i police are in contact with the pair and aware of their current whereabouts, but they have not arrested them, Fox 13 reported.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Vallow, 46, and Daybell, 51, have been on the run for months. It all began in July 2019, when Vallow’s ex-husband, Charles Vallow, was shot dead by her brother, Alex Cox, inside her home in Chandler, Arizona. Two months later, in September, Vallow and her young kids, son J.J. and daughter Tylee, moved to Rexburg, Idaho. There, Vallow continued her romance with Daybell, the author of several religious-themed fiction books about prophecies and the end of the world.
J.J., 7, and Tylee, 17, were last seen at school in late September. No one has seen or heard from them since, and Vallow is refusing to answer questions or cooperate with authorities. According to reports, she previously told people that J.J. was dead.
In October 2019 — one month after the kids were last seen — Daybell’s ex-wife, Tammy Daybell, was found dead in her family home. Officials said she died of natural causes. Vallow and Daybell married two weeks later.