In a police report, authorities said Brooke Killam told police the twins were left in the RV as punishment after they went through items that belonged to Roger Killam's girlfriend. As part of the punishment, the twins were fed only bread and water for a week, Brooke Killam said, according to the Sun.
Roger Killam told police the couple rented a hotel room without his daughters because they wanted “private time,” the Sun reported.
He told police both his daughters had phones and knew how to call 911, although Brooke Killam told officers their phones were out of minutes.
The RV they were in had no air conditioning or running water, according to the Daily News. Instead of a toilet, the twins had a 5-gallon bucket to use.
According to Clark County Medical Examiners Office, there were no outward signs that Tammara Killam had been abused, although it appeared she had not bathed for weeks.
Police arrested Roger Killam, 51, on June 23. He faces two counts of negligence of a vulnerable person and one count of second-degree murder, Clark County jail records show.