Flack facing death penalty in quadruple homicide

Prosecutors have decided to seek the death penalty against Kyle Flack, the Ottawa man accused of killing four people in Franklin County who was found in Emporia afterward.


Flack was arraigned Tuesday. Franklin County Attorney Stephen Hunting filed the death penalty paperwork in the deaths of Kaylie Bailey and her daughter, Lana Leigh. Hunting is seeking the so-called "Hard 50," with no possibility of parole for 50 years, in the deaths of Steven White and Andrew Stout.

Flack is accused of killing all four almost a year ago. The case was originally considered as a triple homicide before Lana Bailey's body was found in Osage County a few days after she was killed.

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