A grasp in Kaua, Hawaii refused on Wednesday to decrease the $5 million bail bond for Lori Vallow, the mum of two youth missing from Idaho since September.
Vallow wore an orange jumpsuit for her bail hearing. After the grasp denied the inquire of, her defense attorney, Craig De Costa, said she is waiving an extradition hearing scheduled for March 2.
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The woman is to be extradited to Idaho, where she has been charged with two legal counts of desertion and nonsupport of dependent youth, in addition to resisting or obstructing law enforcement officials, solicitation to commit a crime and contempt of court.
“The following step will probably be agents from the state of Idaho coming to Kauai to steal her up and transport her back,” Kauai prosecutor Justin Kollark told KUTV.
In January, Vallow left out a court narrate to physically gain the two youth – 7-year-archaic Joshua “JJ” Vallow, who has autism, and 17-year-archaic Tylee Ryan – earlier than Idaho baby welfare workers or Rexburg, Idaho, police within five days. De Costa said she is fighting the narrate because it may allow authorities to take her youth into foster care.
Her contemporary and fifth husband, Chad Daybell, with whom she fled Idaho with in November after authorities arrived to their dwelling to search for the youth, was no longer seen on video of the hearing Wednesday. He visited his wife at the Kauai Neighborhood Correctional Heart Tuesday, a spokesperson for the Hawaii Department of Public Safety told KUTV. Daybell was also latest for Vallow’s first court appearance last week following her arrest.
Lori Vallow appears in court in Lihue, Hawaii on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020. A grasp dominated that bail will remain at $5 million for Vallow, also known as Lori Daybell, who was arrested in Hawaii over the disappearance of her two Idaho youth. (Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island via AP, Pool)
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Earlier this week, Vallow’s Kauai defense attorneys filed a motion asking the grasp to think again Vallow’s $5 million bail, arguing bail for equivalent felonies is normally place of abode between $2,000 and $20,000, Fox 10 Phoenix reported. On Wednesday, De Costa urged Concentrate on Kathleen Watanabe to “ignore the publicity, ignore the hype” and place of abode reasonable bail.
Prosecutors argued Vallow is a flight risk and pointed out that Daybell had $152,000 available to him in an account at First Hawaiian Bank. They also said “given the huge media attention, she is clearly aware that the authorities have prioritized her case” and Vallow “has the means to pass across an ocean.”
Apt a month after her youth have been last seen, and weeks after Chad’s ragged wife, Tammy Daybell, died abruptly in their Idaho dwelling, Vallow married Chad Daybell in October. He’s the author of several spiritual-themed novels about the pause instances.
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Vallow’s fourth and ragged husband, Charles Vallow, died in July in Arizona after he was fatally shot by her brother, Alex Cox. Cox claimed self-defense and was by no means arrested. He died abruptly in his contain Arizona dwelling of unknown causes in December.
The deaths of Tammy Daybell, Charles Vallow and Alex Cox all remain below investigation. Autopsy reports have no longer been released. Relatives of Vallow have accused her of joining a doomsday cult.
The Associated Press contributed to this document.