Convicted Killer Lori Vallow Now Faces New Murder Conspiracy Charges in Connection With Arizona Shooting
Doomsday Mom Lori Vallow recently was convicted in Idaho in the deaths of her two children and her husband’s first wife, and now she faces new murder conspiracy charges after being indicted in Arizona, according to authorities.
As Front Page Detectives reported, Vallow was found guilty for conspiring to kill and killing her two youngest children, 7-year-old Joshua “JJ” Vallow and 16-year-old Tylee Ryan. She was also found guilty for conspiring to kill Tammy Daybell, her current husband’s first wife.
Vallow was already facing a separate felony case in Arizona, after she was indicted by a grand jury in 2021 for conspiring to kill her fourth husband, Charles Vallow, according to Today.
Now a second Arizona indictment has been issued that charges Lori with conspiring to murder her niece’s ex-husband, Brandon Boudreaux.
Charles Vallow was shot and killed by Lori’s brother, Alex Cox, on July 11, 2019, Today reported. Cox also shot at Boudreaux on Oct. 2, 2019, but missed, according to officials.
The Maricopa County Prosecutor’s Office confirmed the new indictment charging Vallow in the attempted shooting of Boudreaux.
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Typically, indictments are generally sealed until a defendant is served with the document in Arizona. Lori cannot be extradited and served in Arizona until she is sentenced in the Idaho case, which is supposed to happen later this year, officials said.
Chad Daybell, Lori’s current husband, is awaiting trial on the same charges she was convicted of, according to authorities.
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