FREMONT COUNTY, Idaho — The autopsy of Tammy Daybell has been completed by the Utah Medical Examiner, and the results have been given to the Fremont County Sheriff's Office.
Len Humphries, the Fremont County Sheriff, made the announcement Thursday, adding that the results of the autopsy would not be made public as it is being used as evidence in the investigation into Daybell's former husband, Chad.
Tammy Daybell's 2019 death was initially ruled to be of natural causes.
Just two weeks after her death, Chad Daybell married Lori Vallow, whose own husband, Charles, had died a few months earlier.
Officials exhumed Tammy Daybell's body from a Springville, Utah cemetery after an investigation was also opened into the disappearance of Vallow's two young children.
The body's of Vallow's children, J.J. and Tylee, were found on Chad Daybell's property in Idaho in June.