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Blood Stains! Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell. As we dig deeper and continue down all the "Rabbit Holes" we find more and more information. Lori Vallow gave her son Colby Ryan her Blue Nissan Rogue. Uncle Alex and Cousin Meliani drove the Nissan Rogue to Mesa Arizona. The car was left at Ian Pawlowski's sister's home for Colby Ryan to retrieve. Colby was visited by law enforcement on November 27, 2019. He didn't mention that his mother was "giving" him her Nissan Rogue. Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell left Rexburg in a big hurry after the November 27th Welfare check. They were clearly worried. After all the lies and deception they ran off. However, once Law Enforcement realized that Colby had this Nissan Rogue, they determined that this could be EVIDENCE! They impounded the car and they found exactly what they thought they might find! EVIDENCE! Blood! Blood stains in the back seat of the vehicle. Not just a spot of blood, but several areas of very distinct blood stains.
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Sources for this episode
Nate Eaton, East Idaho News
Justin Lum, Fox 10 Phoenix
Annie Cushing Annielytics.com
Lauren Steinbrecher Salt Lake City UT Fox 13
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