More in depth news about their beliefs on the Idaho Falls paper and East Idaho News. It reads a little like a Stephen King novel. If this reflects the beliefs of the whole group they are WAY out there. The busses don’t run to where they live.
Then again who would have expected 3 months ago Covid 19 would have the world stopped.
So I guess the kids were considered zombies and had to be killed before the spirits could be set free? FYI if any of you think my body was overcome by a worm just let it ride out. My spirit can hang for a bit.
Charles tells police Lori took his clothes, computer and other belongings.
During this conversation, Charles says Lori gradually changed her behavior over the last four years. “I love her to death. This is killing me, officer. It’s our 13th anniversary next month. We had a great marriage, all of a sudden the last month it just blew up," Charles said.
He adds, “She knows what she’s doing. She took $35,000 out of our bank account today I can’t make payroll Friday with my company."
Charles was hoping to have his wife involuntarily committed to a mental health evaluation.
Officer Dorenbush asked Charles, “So if we talk to her is she gonna be able to have a rational conversation with us?"
Charles replies, "No she will. I’m sure she will." He says she will say he's a "dark spirit."
The next afternoon, Lori went to Gilbert Police accusing Charles of stealing her purse. She spoke to a different pair of officers, saying Charles cheated on her
"I found some stuff that he’d been doing so he was really defensive and so I took the kids we spent a night in a hotel because I knew he was coming home," Lori claimed. "Told him not to come home, that his stuff would be gone and that his car would be gone.”
Lori eventually did go to a mental health facility but only for a few hours.
This incident was five months before Charles is shot and killed by Lori's brother, Alex Cox, who claimed self-defense. Cox died in December of 2019 of natural causes.