OTTAWA, Kan. - A young mother was one of the three homicide victims discovered at an Ottawa, Kan., farm this week.
The Franklin County Sheriff's office said 21-year-old Kaylie Bailey was among the dead on Wednesday, according to multiple family members. Kaylie and her 18-month-old daughter Lana were reported missing last week. There's been no word on Lana's whereabouts.
The two other victims have been identified as 30-year-old Andrew Stout and 31-year-old Steven White. They lived together at a house on the farm, which Stout's mother owned. Kaylie and Stout worked together at a security firm in Ottawa.
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Kaylie's grandfather, Anthony Pettijohn, reported Kaylie and Lana missing on Friday, May 3. Pettijohn told police he last saw them headed from his home in Olathe to Franklin County. According to Kaylie's friends and family, she lived part-time at the Ottawa farm where her body was found.
Franklin County authorities say the three bodies found on the farm were all adults. The Kansas Bureau of Investigation said Lana's disappearance did not meet the criteria to issue an Amber Alert on Wednesday.