Missing Idaho children: Timeline of deaths and attacks in the family - sounds all too familiar

Clipped from: https://www.eastbaytimes.com/2020/02/10/missing-idaho-children-timeline-of-deaths-and-attacks-in-the-family/ 

In the weeks since police began searching for two missing Idaho children, increased scrutiny has been focused on suspicious recent events connected to their mother. 
Joshua (J.J.) Vallow, 7, and Tylee Ryan, 17. (National Center for Missing & Exploited Children via AP)  
Joshua “JJ” Vallow, 7, and Tylee Ryan, 17, were last seen around September 23. Two months later — the day after police showed up to ask about the children’s whereabouts — their mother, Lori Vallow, and her new husband, Chad Daybell, disappeared from their home in Rexburg, Idaho. 
The couple has since been located on the Hawaiian island of Kauai. Vallow has defied a court deadline to reveal the children’s whereabouts. 
Vallow, 46, and Daybell, 51, married in early November. Their previous spouses were both recently dead. Those deaths are among five incidents connected to Vallow that occurred in the last half of 2019. 
July 11Charles Vallow dies. While he is at Lori Vallow’s house in Chandler, Arizona, her estranged husband is fatally shot by her brother, Alex Cox. Cox told police he shot his brother-in-law in self-defense. 
Charles and Lori Vallow had been married for 13 years and had adopted JJ together.  Tylee is Lori’s daughter with a previous husband, Joseph Ryan, who also adopted her son Colby, now 23.  Joseph Ryan died of an apparent heart attack in 2018. 
Oct. 2: Someone shoots at the estranged husband of Vallow’s niece. Brandon Boudreaux reported that he was shot at by someone outside his home in Gilbert, Arizona. Police confirmed the shooter was in a car that was registered to Charles Vallow, and Boudreaux believes the shooter was Alex Cox. 
Boudreaux is now divorced from Lori Vallow’s niece, Melani, and has custody of their four children. He says she suddenly wanted out of the marriage in June 2019 after becoming involved with a group, including her aunt, that has extreme religious beliefs. She moved to Idaho and, on November 30, just days after her divorce was finalized, she was married in Las Vegas to a Rexburg man. The new husband had been divorced since August. 

Lori Vallow, Chad Daybell. (Rexburg Police Department)  
Oct. 19: Tammy Daybell dies. Chad Daybell’s wife, a 49-year-old school librarian with no known health problems, dies at her home. She had been married for 29 years to Daybell and worked with him in his religious-publishing company, which focused on apocalyptic novels based loosely on Mormon religious theology. They had five grown children and two grandchildren. 
Her husband requested there be no autopsy. Her remains were exhumed in December. The results of an autopsy have not been released. 
Nov. 14: Vallow’s niece is arrested at the home of her estranged husband’s parents in American Fork, Utah, 270 miles from Rexburg. Melani Boudreaux reportedly had been driven there by Alex Cox and was pounding on the door, claiming she had a court order to get her children. She was booked into Utah County Jail on a criminal trespass charge enhanced by domestic violence. 
Dec. 12: Lori Vallow’s brother dies. Alex Cox died at a home in Gilbert, Arizona, of causes that have not yet been made public. The man who made the 911 call identified Cox as his mother’s boyfriend, though it has been reported that Cox had been married two weeks earlier in Las Vegas to a woman who described herself as an “emotion code practitioner.” 


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