Madison County Prosecuting Attorney Rob Wood to remain on Daybell case

 

Madison County Prosecuting Attorney Rob Wood will remain on the cases of Chad and Lori Vallow Daybell.

EastIdahoNews.com reports, a Judge made the decision late Friday afternoon after a day and half of arguments.

The couple is charged with felonies related to the concealment, alteration and destruction and death of 7-year-old Joshua “JJ” Vallow and 16-year-old Tylee Ryan, Lori’s two children.

In June, investigators found their bodies buried on Chad’s Salem property.

Attorney’s for the Daybell’s accused Wood of prosecutorial misconduct following a conversation Wood had with Lori’s sister, Summer Shiflet.

Wood denied the allegations and asked for an expedited hearing to clear up the matter. The hearing took place all day Wednesday and on Friday afternoon.

The next Daybell hearing is scheduled for a pre-trial conference on June 2nd – however there will be other proceedings scheduled due to other matters involving the possibility of moving the case out of Freemont County.

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