Autopsy report complete on Tammy Daybell
Her body was exhumed from her Springville, Utah, gravesite so investigators could determine her cause of death
ST. ANTHONY, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — Fremont County Sheriff’s Office has received the autopsy report on Tammy Daybell’s body from the Utah Medical Examiner.
Effective this week, the Fremont County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office has resumed full authority and responsibility over the case of the death of Tammy Daybell.
The newly elected prosecutor, Lindsey A. Blake, requested the case be transferred back to Fremont to be handled locally. The Fremont County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office thanks the Idaho Attorney General’s Office for their hard work, time and effort on this case.
However, Sheriff Len Humphries said the contents of the report will not be made public at this time, as it is “evidence in an open and ongoing investigation.”
There have so far been no charges filed in connection with Daybell’s death.
Family members found Tammy Daybell’s body at the home she had shared with her husband Chad on Oct. 19, 2019. At the time her death was believed to be natural.
Chad married Lori Vallow weeks later in Hawaii on Nov. 5.
On Dec. 11, 2019, Tammy Daybell’s body was exhumed from her Springville, Utah, gravesite so investigators could conduct an autopsy and additional tests to determine her cause of death.
Chad Daybell and Lori Vallow-Daybell next have a court appearance scheduled for Feb. 17 in St. Anthony in connection with the disappearance of Vallow’s two children.
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