Chad Daybell pleads not guilty in new murder charges
UPDATE: Chad Daybell has pleaded not guilty to 9 new charges including three charges of first-degree murder in the deaths of his late wife Tammy Daybell, JJ Vallow and Tylee Ryan.
The court will schedule a hearing to schedule a trial at 9:30 on June 23rd.
BREAKING: Chad Daybell pleaded not guilty to the first degree murders of his wife Tammy, and current wife Lori's children 7-year-old JJ Vallow, and 16-year-old Tylee Ryan.
(note, the microphone for the defense was not working)
The court will schedule a trial in two weeks. pic.twitter.com/cQjWZTlWSj
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This is a breaking story and will be updated.
ST. ANTHONY, Idaho — Chad Daybell will be back in an Idaho court Wednesday morning after being indicted on a number of charges, including three first-degree murder charges, last month.
Those charges include the first-degree murder of Chad’s former wife Tammy Daybell, and the first-degree murders of Lori’s two children 16-year-old Tylee Ryan and 7-year-old Joshua “JJ” Vallow.
Currently, Chad faces 9 felony charges in Fremont County including 3 first-degree murder charges, criminal conspiracy, conspiracy to commit murder, and two charges of insurance fraud.
The arraignment hearing is expected to be short. Daybell will appear before Fremont County District Judge Steven Boyce at 10:30 am where he’ll be presented these charges among others and given the chance to plead guilty or not guilty.
KSL NewsRadio will stream the hearing live. If you do not see the player below, please refresh the page.
Dave and Dujanovic will be speaking to Attorney Greg Skordas about Lori’s competence and what we could see next in the case at 10:50. Tune in below.
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