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JJ Vallow and Tylee Ryan are still missing. Kay Vallow Woodcock and Larry Woodcock, JJ's grandparents are making it known! Where are these children? Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell have run off to the Island of Kauai, Hawaii. They are staying in a lovely area on the North Shore. Lori seems unphased as she is pulled over, and served. She is to return to Idaho by Jan 30, 2020, with the children. The car they are driving is seized, along with the belongings. Law enforcement also has a warrant for the home they are staying in. Nate Eaton of East Idaho News got a tip that this was going down and he was ready to film, speak to and attempt to interview Lori Vallow Daybell and Chad Daybell. This is Season 2, EP 14 Found In Hawaii.
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Sources for this episode
Nate Eaton, East Idaho News
Justin Lum, Fox 10 Phoenix
Annie Cushing Annielytics.com
Fox 13 Salt Lake
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