Joshua “JJ” Vallow’s grandparents, Tylee Ryan’s aunt and Chad Daybell’s younger brother have issued statements about Daybell’s arrest and the discovery of human remains on his property. The bodies of JJ and Tylee were found Tuesday, according to multiple family members.
Larry and Kay Woodcock issued the following statement Wednesday afternoon:
The Woodcocks and the Ryans are confirming that the human remains found by law enforcement on Chad Daybell’s property are indeed our beloved JJ and Tylee. We are filled with unfathomable sadness that these two bright stars were stolen from us and only hope that they died without pain or suffering. Once officially confirmed, statements from the Rexburg Police, the Medical Examiner and the FBI will be released. We ask that you respect our family’s privacy while we grieve – we have only just been told of the loss of our loved ones and need time to process. We are not granting interviews at this time and hope you all understand that this is the worst news we will ever get in our lives and want to be left alone for the time being.
Larry and Kay Woodcock
Colby and Kelsee Ryan
You can read the other statements here:
Rexburg Police Sgt. Gary Hagen confirms human remains have been found at the home of Chad Daybell in Fremont County. The remains have not been identified.
Lori Vallow Daybell’s husband Chad Daybell has been taken into police custody in Idaho as officer searched his home.
Multiple witnesses tell EastIdahoNews.com they saw several officers pull him over about one mile south of the Daybell home in the 4000 block of 1900 East around 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. He was wearing a baseball cap, gray button-up shirt and blue jeans. Witnesses say he got out of his silver SUV, was placed in handcuffs and put into a police car.