Lori Vallow bought wedding rings from Amazon days before the future husband of Chad Daybell’s first wife died
Cult mom Lori Vallow bought her own wedding ring – a $ 35.99 sterling silver band from Amazon – 17 days before her future husband, Chad Daybell, Tammy died in mysterious circumstances
Lori and Chad were married in Hawaii on November 5, two months after her children, Joshua ‘JJ’ Vallow and Tylee Ryan, were last seen in Idaho in September, and less than two weeks after Tammy’s death at age 49 on October 19.
The East Idaho News recently received a receipt for a ring that Lori reportedly purchased from Amazon on October 2.
She was later seen wearing the same ring – a size 4 Sterling Silver Southwestern Style Malachite Gemstone – in photos of the couple happily celebrating their wedding on a Kauai beach.
Chad Daybell bought Lori Vallow a $ 35.99 sterling silver ring from Amazon on October 2, 2019 – 17 days before his first wife Tammy died under suspicious circumstances, a new report claims. Lori wore the ring about a month later the day she married Chad on the beach in Hawaii on November 5
A close up of the wedding photos obtained by Fox 10 Phoenix shows Lori in size 4 Sterling Silver Southwestern Style Malachite Gemstone
The East Idaho News received a receipt for the Amazon ring order (photo). The name on the order was Charles Vallow – Lori’s estranged husband shot dead three months earlier by her brother Alex Cox
A screenshot of the order, which East Idaho News said had been verified by three people near the investigation, shows it was delivered to Rexburg City Hall where Lori was staying on October 7.
The name on the order was Charles Vallow – Lori’s estranged husband who was shot dead by her brother Alex Cox three months earlier in July.
Chad’s first wife Tammy Daybell (pictured) died on October 19 at the age of 49 – less than three weeks after the ring was purchased
The sources said that after his death, Lori continued to use Charles’ Amazon account.
The search history on the computer used to place the ring order showed that someone had looked at wedding dresses the next day, the insiders claimed.
Lori is currently being held in Madison County Prison while awaiting trial for charges of child neglect and desertion in connection with the disappearance of seven-year-old JJ and 17-year-old Tylee.
Her lawyer filed a motion Tuesday asking the judge to cut her $ 1 million bond for the third time, citing the emergence of unspecified new information on the case.
Authorities went looking for JJ and Tylee in late November after she and Chad fled their home in Idaho when police began asking questions about where the children were.
Lori’s children, seven-year-old Joshua ‘JJ’ Vallow (left) and 17-year-old Tylee Ryan (right), were last seen in Idaho in September, but were never reported missing by their mother or Chad
Lori is currently being held in Madison County Jail while awaiting trial on charges of child neglect and desertion. She is pictured at a bail hearing on March 6
Lori and Chad happily celebrate their marriage in Kauai weeks after her children disappeared and Chad’s previous wife died
The case caught national attention with the revelations that the police are also investigating three mysterious deaths related to Lori and Chad, as well as family claims that the couple is a member of a dangerous doom cult.
Timeline of the disappearance of JJ and Tylee
July 11: Lori Vallow’s husband, Charles Vallow, is murdered by her brother, Alex Cox, in Arizona
August: Lori brings children JJ and Tylee to Rexburg, Idaho
September 23: The last time JJ was seen at his school in Idaho
19 October: Chad Daybell’s wife, Tammy, dies at their home in Idaho
October 25: A friend of Tylee’s receives a text from her phone
November 5: Lori and Chad get married
November 26: Foreign relatives are asking Idaho police to conduct a welfare check on JJ. Lori and Chad claim to be in Arizona with family. Police also learn that Tylee has not been seen since September
November 27: Police carry out search warrant on Lori and Chad, discovering that the couple fled from Idaho
December 11: Tammy Daybell’s body is unearthed from the Utah cemetery
12 December: Lori’s brother, Alex Cox, is said to have died in Arizona
21st of December: Police release a press release about JJ and Tylee, showing their disappearance is linked to Tammy’s death
December 24: Lori and Chad make a statement through a lawyer saying they love their son and daughter and look forward to “ handling allegations once they get past speculation and rumor. ”
December 30: Police accuse Lori and Chad of lying to investigators saying they believe the couple knows where the children are or what happened to them
January 26: Lori and Chad are seen for the first time in months as police send two search warrants in Kaua’i
January 30 Lori misses the court deadline to bring the children to the authorities
February 20: Lori is arrested in Kauai
The first death is that of Charles Vallow, Lori’s husband of over a decade who filed for divorce five months before she was shot and killed by her brother Alex on July 11, 2019.
Charles and Lori had argued when he picked up JJ, their adoptive son, from her home in Chandler, Arizona.
Alex intervened and fired two deadly shots into Charles’s chest.
Police initially determined that Alex was acting in self-defense, but the case was reopened during the multi-state search for JJ and Tylee, who had moved with their mother to Idaho, where Chad lived, in August.
The second mysterious death was Tammy Daybell – Chad’s previous wife – who was found dead on October 19 at the couple’s home in Salem, Idaho.
An obituary stated that Tammy died in her sleep and that her cause of death was considered natural after Chad reportedly refused an autopsy.
Investigators reopened the case after learning that JJ and Tylee were missing and that their mother had married Chad just two weeks after Tammy’s death.
Tammy’s body was unearthed on December 11 and the autopsy results have not yet been released.
Alex was found dead on December 12 in Gilbert, Arizona.
The 51-year-old’s death is now being investigated while police are waiting for an autopsy to determine the cause.
The ring order came the same day that Lori and a man believed to be Chad visited her unit at the Self Storage Plus in Rexburg.
Surveillance video showed that the couple dropped a tire and a backseat that afternoon.
It was also the same day that one of Lori’s family members, Brandon Boudreaux, was the target of a drive-by shooting in Arizona.
Chad’s wife Tammy Daybell (pictured together) was found dead in mysterious circumstances in October, just two weeks before he married Lori
Lori’s estranged husband Charles Vallow (pictured together) was shot dead on July 11 by her brother Alex Cox in Arizona
Lori’s brother Alex Cox (photo) died on December 12 under mysterious circumstances
Earlier this month, the FBI published these photos of JJ, Tylee, and Lori in Yellowstone National Park on September 8, asking everyone with information about that day to come forward
Brandon, the ex-husband of Lori’s niece Melani Pawlowski, came home from the gym on Oct. 2 when a bullet shattered his car window and missed his head just inches.
Investigators later determined that the bullet had been fired from a passing car registered with Charles Vallow.
A private investigator hired by Brandon has said he believes Lori’s brother Alex was the shooter.
A document reportedly written by Melani’s new husband, Ian Pawlowski, about what his wife had told him about her aunt’s religious beliefs provides insight into the possible meaning of the wedding ring.
It is mainly made from malachite, a mineral called the ‘stone of transformation’.
Part of the document says, “Malachite is said to have healing properties.”
The document was included in legal proceedings of Brandon’s custody battle with his ex-wife, alleging that Melani knows where JJ and Tylee are, was part of her aunt’s religious group, and played a part in an attempt at his life.
East Idaho News has obtained a copy of the document allegedly obtained from Ian’s computer.
In it, Ian wrote that just days after his relationship with Melani, she discussed with him some of her unusual religious beliefs, ranging from teleportation to ‘dark and light portals’ and ‘darkly translated people’ who were the followers of Satan, Lucifer and Cain .
He claimed that Melani told him she was afraid that her first husband, Brandon, had been demon-possessed and that Chad and Lori had told her that Tylee and JJ had also been possessed and had become zombies.
The ring order was placed the same day that Brandon Boudreaux, the ex-husband of Lori’s niece Melani Pawlowski (pictured together), was the target of a drive-by shooting in Arizona
Neither Lori nor Chad has been mentioned as a person of interest in any of the mysterious deaths – although family members say it is no coincidence that so many people around them have died in such a short time.
Family members believe that the deaths and disappearances of the children are directly related to the couple’s alleged involvement in a dangerous cult of doom.
The couple fled Idaho in late November, just when police discovered that JJ and Tylee had been missing for months.
Authorities succeeded them on January 25 in the city of Princeville in Kauai and issued a court order to Lori physically submitting the children to the authorities in Idaho within five days.
She did not meet the deadline, so she was arrested on February 20.
An Idaho warrant accused her of two charges of child rejection and non-support of children, as well as three charges of crime: resisting and impeding an officer, seeking a crime and contempt of court.
Lori was extradited to Rexburg, Idaho earlier this month, where she is being held on a $ 1 million bond in Madison County Jail.
Her next court appearance is scheduled for May 7.
In a motion filed Tuesday, her attorney Mark Means asked Magistrate Judge Michelle Mallard oral arguments about her bail.
Means stated that ‘new facts have come to light’ since a previous hearing about a band, but did not specify what they were.
Two of Lori’s previous lawyers resigned from her case on March 13 without explanation.
Judge Mallard took over the case around the same time after Means called on the previous judge, Farran Eddins, to resign.
On March 16, Means made a statement on behalf of Lori’s statement in which she continued to claim her innocence in the disappearance of her children, who have not been seen for more than six months.