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On November 26, 2019, Lori Vallow was visited in Rexburg Idaho by local police detectives. They were knocking on Lori's door to do a requested Welfare check on 7-year-old JJ Vallow. Lori Vallow answered the door and in perfect "Lori Form", She overdramatizes the conversation, she plays the victim, lies, and tries to throw the officers off their game. Little did Lori know, but they already knew so much! They knew she was married to Chad, they knew that Charles Vallow's death was suspicious and that Lori was most likely involved. They knew Tylee didn't attend BYUI. Of course, Lori talks too much, (not a bad thing here.) She gives away a lot of clues. But, during this conversation, they realize that Melanie Gibb most likely does not have JJ with her in Arizona. We also listen to Melanie Gibb give her side of what happened that day.
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Sources for this episode
Nate Eaton, East Idaho News
Justin Lum, Fox 10 Phoenix
Annie Cushing Annielytics.com
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