Prosecutors will seek death penalty for Kyle Flack, charged in 2013 quadruple homicide

OTTAWA, Kan. - A man charged with killing four people in 2013 will face the death penalty if convicted.

Franklin County prosecutors announced Tuesday they will seek the death penalty against Kyle Flack, charged with two counts of capital murder and two counts of first-degree murder, in connection with the springtime deaths west of Ottawa .

A plea of not guilty was entered on Flack's behalf by District Judge Eric W. Godderz, who is presiding over the case, according to the Ottawa Herald.

Flack is accused of killing Kaylie Bailey, her daughter Lana Bailey, Andrew Stout and Steven White. Flack also faces charges of criminal possession of a firearm and misdemeanor sexual assault.


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