"I'm afraid for my little sisters' safety," said Rachel MacNeill. "And for anyone he comes into contact with for the rest of his life. He is a predator."
Last week Gypsy Willis appeared in a Utah state court, facing additional fraud charges. She is due to be released from federal prison in March.
Doug Witney was elected Utah County Commissioner and is no longer on the case. The case report he and Jeff Robinson are preparing is expected to be presented to the Utah County Attorney in the coming months. In light of the county's investigation, Pleasant Grove police said they have re-opened their case.
Rachel is living in and working in California. She has created a Web site to honor her mother and one to gather more information about her father. Alexis graduated medical school and moved back to Utah to take a medical residency. She has custody of 9-year-old Ada and two of the girls her parents adopted from Ukraine, Elle and Sabrina.
Alexis, who recently married a fellow doctor, has taken her mother's maiden name -- Somers. She said she is proud to be a doctor, but will never be called Dr. MacNeill.