The extradition process has begun as law enforcement starts to move Lori Vallow back to Idaho.
Fox News reports Lori Vallow, mother of two missing Idaho kids who was arrested in Hawaii in February in connection with their unknown whereabouts, has a court date Friday in Idaho, according to a report.
But the location of JJ Vallow, 7, and Tylee Ryan, 17, who haven’t been seen since September, remained a mystery, FOX 10 of Phoenix reported.
Vallow is being transported from Hawaii to the Madison County jail in Rexburg, Idaho, where she will be held until her scheduled court appearance at 2 p.m. Friday, according to the station.
She will face two felony counts of child abandonment, obstruction, solicitation to commit a crime and contempt of court, according to authorities.
Last week Vallow waived her right to an extradition hearing following her arrest and a judge refused her defense attorney’s request that her bail bond be lowered to $10,000 from $5 million.
Prosecutors had argued that Vallow was a flight risk, pointing to the “extensive media attention” given to her case and her financial resources.
Vallow’s arrest followed her noncompliance with a January court order to physically present her children before Idaho welfare workers or Rexburg, Idaho, police within five days of the order.