Transcript for Idaho mom appears in court as her children still can’t be found
Developments in the case of two missing children in Idaho. Just moments ago she appeared before a judge after being arrest in the Hawaii. Her children not seen in months. Here's Clayton Sandell tonight. Reporter: Tonight, Lori Vallow appearing in a Hawaii courthouse. Arrested Thursday on a warrant connected to the mystery of her missing children. Lori, can you tell me where your kids are? Reporter: Vallow and her husband Chad daybell moved from Idaho to Hawaii when police started asking questions about 17-year-old tylee Ryan and 7-year-old J.J. Vallow. The siblings have not been seen since September. Vallow facing multiple charges, including two felony counts of desertion and nonsupport of dependent children. The couple got married in Hawaii less than three weeks after the death of daybell's previous wife, Tammy. Vallows' estranged husband Charles was killed last summer by her brother, who then died in December. Authorities say all three deaths are suspicious. Family members say Vallow is part of a religious group, and her husband writes books about the end of the world. They hope this is the break the case needs. That's our ultimate goal, is to get the children. And I think with this arrest that will hopefully happen sooner than later. Reporter: A judge tonight just set her bail at $5 million, each of the two felony counts comes with up to a 14-year sentence in she is convicted. David? Clayton, thank you.
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