Lori Vallow’s husband is seen leaving prison because he and his deceased husband have filed for bankruptcy
“Cult mom” Lori Vallow’s new husband Chad Daybell paid a surprise visit to the prison where she is being held on bail of $ 5 million yesterday.
Vallow has been accused of desertion and non-support of dependent children JJ, seven, and Tylee, 17, who have been missing in Idaho since September.
The exclusive photos and videos of DailyMail.TV from the 51-year-old doomsday author show him entering the Kauai Community Correctional Center on Tuesday at approximately 2 p.m.
Daybell was silent when asked about the visit with his wife, the whereabouts of the children, and whether he was afraid of being arrested afterwards.
His unplanned prison visit is because DailyMail.com has discovered that Daybell and his former wife Tammy, who died in mysterious circumstances, had more than $ 350,000 in debt and went bankrupt in 2008,
The exclusive photos of DailyMail.TV from 51-year-old doomsday author Chad Daybell show him that he will visit the Kauai Community Correctional Center on Tuesday and then go to a local Walmart
Daybell parked in the grassy parking lot of Kauai Prison and spent a few minutes in his car on the phone before heading for the front door
After his prison visit, Daybell spent 20 minutes in Walmart with a piece of white paper and then walked to his car with the same piece of white paper.
Daybell made an unscheduled vsiti on Tuesday for his imprisoned wife. He parked in the grassy parking lot of Kauai Prison and spent a few minutes in his car on the phone before walking to the front door
On Tuesday, Daybell parked in the grassy parking lot of Kauai Prison and spent a few minutes in his car on the phone before heading for the front door.
With a blue short-sleeved polo shirt, blue jeans and black tennis shoes, Daybell was greeted by what looked like a prison administrator who led him inside.
According to the website of the Kauai Community Correctional Center, the normal visit for female prisoners is on Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
According to information officer Toni Schwartz: ‘Lori Vallow’s husband Chad Daybell was allowed to visit for 1 hour yesterday afternoon.
“Guards have the freedom to conduct separate visits when a high-profile situation causes more than normal levels of attention, traffic and security for our small prisons. The individual visit was allowed to prevent further disruption of normal security operations for personnel and took into account other prisoners and their visitors. “
Lori Vallow is being held on a $ 5 million bond
The information officer of the Hawaii Department of Public Safety did not respond when asked if Daybell received special privileges to visit his wife the day before.
At 3.15 pm, Chad left prison and boarded his gray Jeep Commander and drove about 8 km to a Walmart in Lihue, HI.
He parked his car and called on the phone for 15 minutes and seemed to be having an intense conversation at the time.
He spent 20 minutes in Walmart with a piece of white paper and then walked to his car with the same piece of white paper.
His unplanned prison visit is because DailyMail.com has discovered that Daybell and his former wife Tammy filed for bankruptcy in 2008.
Tammy died under mysterious circumstances in October – two weeks before he married Vallow during a beach ceremony. At first it was determined that she had died of natural causes.
But when suspicion arose on Daybell and Vallow, the Idaho authorities decided to take Tammy’s body to perform more tests.
According to a probable cause statement, Daybell received at least $ 430,000 in life insurance policies at Tammy’s death.
The results of that autopsy have not yet been released.
Bankruptcy documents obtained by DailyMailTV show that the couple was in a bad financial situation, with more than $ 100,000 in debts related to their book publisher, Spring Creek Book Company. The pair had assets for a total of $ 149,657.21 but debts for an amount of $ 353,853.21
Assets include a $ 135,900 home in Springville, less than $ 100 on their bank accounts, various household items, and an estimated $ 0 book business.
Chad mentioned this actively – ‘Copyrights to twenty (20) books written by debtor / website. (annual income of around $ 2,000.00, but this decreases every year) ‘
They owned a 1997 Mazda Protege (worth $ 2k) and 2005 Chrysler Town & County (worth $ 10k), a turtle, two rabbits, and a parakeet.
the pair owed $ 95,352 to Gmac Mortgage for their home, $ 7,024 on a 2nd mortgage and $ 36,699.11 to Central Bank for “legal collateral”
They mentioned five children ranging from 8 to 16 years old. Both listed their jobs as book publisher Charles average income was $ 3,385 and Tammy drew $ 1,579. The documents mentioned monthly expenses for an amount of $ 3,927.
At the time, Chad worked part-time at Springville City Corp and worked part-time as Overload Tech.
Chad and Tammy Daybell were married for 23 years before she died mysteriously in October. Her body has been dug up, but the results of that autopsy have not yet been released
Lori did not comply with a court order on January 30 in Madison County to bring her children to the authorities. Joshua “JJ” Vallow, seven, and Tylee Ryan, 17, were last seen in Idaho in September in Rexburg, Idaho and the authorities are still looking for them
The case was officially closed in 2010, with $ 203k wiped out of their debt.
Tuesday was the first time Chad left his apartment in Princeville since last Saturday when he was observed while talking in his SUV while parked outside a local supermarket.
Lori Vallow was arrested last week on an order from Idaho and charged with two child abandonment counts and three crimes involving opposing or obstructing officers, criminal request to commit a crime, and disdain in court.
Earlier this week, her lawyer Craig De Costa filed a motion to demand a bail reduction.
Bail for the equivalent crimes in Hawaii usually range from $ 2,000 to $ 20,000, said Vallow’s lawyer, in a motion from the court seeking a bail reduction. She is not a flight risk and had offered to report to the authorities on Thursday’s arrest.
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 moves 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 in their home in Idaho
October 25: A friend of Tylee receives a text message from her phone
November 5: Lori and Chad are getting married
November 26: Foreign family members ask the Idaho police to carry out a welfare check on JJ. Lori and Chad claim that he is in Arizona with family members. The police also learn that Tylee has not been seen since September
November 27: The police carry out a search warrant at the home of Lori and Chad and discover that the Idaho couple have fled
December 11: Tammy Daybell’s body was dug up from the Utah cemetery
12 December: Lori’s brother, Alex Cox, believed to have died in Arizona
21st of December: The police issue a press release about JJ and Tylee, which shows that they believe their disappearance is related to the death of Tammy
December 24: Lori and Chad make a statement through a lawyer and say they love their son and daughter and look forward to “tackling allegations once they have gone beyond speculation and rumor”
December 30: Police accuse Lori and Chad of lying to investigators and say they believe the couple knows where the children are or what has happened to them
January 26: Lori and Chad are seen for the first time in months while the police are serving two search warrants in Kaua’i
January 30 Lori misses the legal deadline to bring the children to the authorities
February 21st: Lori has been arrested in Kauai
The hearing with bail reduction is scheduled for today in a courtroom in Kauai at 2 p.m. H.S.T.
But Vallow does not come out quickly when prosecutors get their way. Vallow is a flight risk, prosecutors said in their response: “Given the extensive media coverage, she is clearly aware that the authorities have given priority to her case,” the prosecutors said. “She also has the means to travel across an ocean,” AP said.
According to a probable cause statement, Chad Daybell received at least $ 430,000 in life insurance on the death of his wife, Tammy.
Prosecutors noted that Vallow’s husband, Chad Daybell, had $ 152,000 in a first Hawaiian bank account.
On the same day back in Idaho, prosecutors from Madison County filed several summonses on Tuesday appealing to Lori and Chad Daybell’s landlord from their apartment in Princeville, Kauai Beach Resort, and Kennedy Elementary in Rexburg to provide documents.
“Said records, documents or other information include, but are not limited to, booking and / or reservation data, duration, notes, invoices and payment method, and all telephone data,” is the summons of Kauai Beach Resort.
The writ of summons from the landlord asks for the lease of Lori and Chad and all other archives, document reports or information about the couple.
Vallow’s two minor children, seven-year-old Joshua “JJ” Vallow and 17-year-old Tylee Ryan have not been seen since September. The Rexburg and Idaho police said they were “convinced that the life of Joshua and Tylee was in danger.”
The police said that Vallow and Daybell lied about the whereabouts of the children.
CBS News reported that investigators in the case are considering looking for Yellowstone National Park for Vallow’s 17-year-old daughter, Tylee.
Charging documents revealed that Tylee was last known in Yellowstone National Park on 8 September with Vallow.
Vallow is also accused of disobeying a court order that forced her to bring her children to the Idaho authorities last month.
She faces another lawsuit, an extradition session in Kauai on March 2.