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Quadruple homicide: Gruesome details heard by judge, orders trial of Kyle Flack

Quadruple homicide: Judge orders Kyle Flack to stand trial for gruesome crimes.
Ottawa PD

A quadruple homicide case with all its gruesome details was heard by a judge today, who made the decision that there is enough evidence for this case to go to trial. Kyle Trevor Flack, 28, is facing capital murder, first degree murder and attempted rape charges. Franklin County Judge Thomas H. Sachse determined the evidence heard today will support a trial, according to KCTV News on March 12.

Bodies of Kaylie Bailey and Andrew Stout were found at Stout’s rural farmhouse in Ottawa, Kansas last spring about 50 miles outside of Kansas City. The body of Baily’s 18-month-old daughter was recovered a few days later from inside a suitcase that had been thrown in a creek. The toddler’s remains were found in neighboring Osage County.

Kaylie Bailey’s body was found next to Stout’s body in a bedroom under a pile of clothes. She was naked from the waist down and hands were bound with zip ties behind her back. Kaylie had a gunshot wound to her head. Stout’s body was more decomposed that Kaylie’s body possibly indicating Kaylie died later than Stout. All four people died of gunshot wounds to the head and body.

The body of Stout’s roommate, Steven White, was found under cinder-blocks in the garage. Flack said that Stout and White had a fight over rent and Stout shot him. Kaylie was Stout’s girlfriend.

The various evidence they have allegedly puts Flack as the killer including telling one of the investigators that he shot Stout. The judge ruled that his comments can be used in court because they were acquired legally.

Flack’s mother said her son didn’t do this and if he is involved, he didn’t do it alone. Flack’s attorney thinks he is covering for someone. Tammy McCoy, Flack’s lawyer said “loyalty means everything to him.”

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