Lori Vallow Daybell’s attorney has filed subpoenas for new information connected to bank records, account information and emails about Lori Daybell’s late husband, Charles Vallow, and an ongoing potential murder investigation, KTVB reports.
Vallow Daybell’s lawyer, Mark Means, also filed a request to the Idaho Attorney General’s Office and the Fremont County Prosecutors Office requesting all information related to murder or attempted murder investigations about Lori Vallow and her new husband, Chad Daybell, according to KTVB.
Specifically, her lawyer seeks all “electronic records, reports, tests, photographs, witness or suspect statements related to the murder investigation,” according to KTVB.
No murder or attempted murder charges have been filed yet. But reports surfaced last week that the Idaho Attorney General’s Office would oversee the investigation into murder, attempted murder and/or conspiracy over the death of Tammy Daybell, the late wife of Chad Daybell.
Tammy Daybell reportedly died under suspicious circumstances in her home in Idaho. Two weeks later, Chad Daybell married Lori Vallow. Tammy Daybell’s body was exhumed from a cemetery in Springville, Utah, for an autopsy, according to EastIdahoNews.com. Authorities are still awaiting results.
Earlier this month, Means asked the Madison County Prosecutor’s Office to release a slew of documents, including autopsy results for Tammy Daybell, Charles Vallow and more. He also called for two years worth of emails from Lori Vallow’s computer social media, dating websites and financial records, according to reports.
Lori Vallow’s children, Joshua “JJ” Vallow, 7, and Tylee Ryan, 17, have been missing since September 2019. Chad Daybell and Lori Vallow Daybell have not spoken about what happened to their children.
Lori Vallow Daybell is currently being held in Madison County, Idaho, jail on a $1 million bond. She is charged with nonsupport and desertion.
Lori Vallow was originally held on a $5 million bond before it was reduced to $1 million earlier this year. She recently called for a second bail reduction hearing, which was granted. The hearing was rescheduled after Idaho Supreme Court extended its Emergency Reduction in Court Services and Limitation of Access to Court Facilities order through April 22, which limits the amount of people who can visit court facilities, EastIdahoNews.com reports.