Transcript for Couple caught on tape on day siblings’ remains discovered
Thank you so much for that, We will turn now to the couple at the center of the court case involving the deaths of two Idaho siblings. Prosecutors playing a recording of a conversation between Chad daybell and Lori Vallow on the day police found the remains of her children on his property. Marcus Moore has the story. They're searching the property. The house right now? Yeah. You are listening to a jailhouse phone call authorities believe is the last known communication between Lori Vallow and Chad daybell. What, are they at the house? No, they're out on the property. Are they seizing stuff again? They're searching. Authorities say Vallow who was already behind bars called daybell while investigators were searching his Idaho proper ney June. Investigators there finding the remains of Vallow's missing children, 7-year-old J.J. And 17-year-old tylee and prosecutors arrested daybell. Prosecutors played that chilling call during a preliminary hearing in daybell's case. People are constantly knocking on my door looking for me and I just don't want to be found. Earlier this week they played body cam video when police showed up at Vallow's house after a family member said they hadn't heard from the kids for a while. I look like a suspect, but I am a good person. During that welfare check, Vallow told police she moved a lot in the past year, hiding from a brother who was trying to kill her for an insurance policy and hiding from j.j.'s grandmother who she claims was trying to get custody. She's seen shaking her head. I just don't tell people where I am, and I don't tell her where I am ever. For months suspicions swirled after the couple's involvement and the newlyweds moving to Hawaii while authorities searched for the kids. Daybell and Vallow have both pleaded not guilty to the conspiracy of tampering with evidence charges they face. An arraignment date has been set for August 21st in this case. Why we are seeing a massive
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