REXBURG, Idaho — A judge reduced Lori Vallow-Daybell's bail by $1 million during her first appearance in an Idaho courtroom.
Vallow-Daybell is facing two felony counts of desertion, and three misdemeanor charges in connection with the disappearances of her two children, 7-year-old J.J. Vallow and 17-year-old Tylee Ryan.
She was arrested on the Hawaiian island of Kauai last month after failing to meet a deadline in which she was required to bring the two children before Idaho officials.
In court Friday, Lori's defense team asked for a reduction in her bail amount from $5 million to $10,000.
The judge reduced Vallow-Daybell's bail to $1 million, with the conditions that she must wear an ankle monitor and may not travel outside the counties of Bonneville County, Jefferson County, Madison County, or Fremont County.
Using a bail bond, Vallow-Daybell would need to pay $100,000 to be released.
Vallow-Daybell's next court appearance is scheduled for March 18-19.