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This undated photo provided by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation shows 18-month-old Lana Bailey. ((AP Photo/Kansas Bureau of Investigation))

May 14, 2013 (OTTAWA, Kan.) -- A man charged with killing three adults and a toddler on an eastern Kansas farm made a brief appearance in a packed courtroom Monday, but showed little emotion while a judge set a new court date.

Kyle Flack, 27, has been held on $10 million bond in the Franklin County jail since he was charged Friday with capital murder in the deaths of 18-month-old Lana Leigh Bailey; her mother, Kaylie Bailey, 21; and Andrew Stout, 30. Flack is also charged with multiple counts of first-degree murder in those deaths, Kyle Flack, 27, has been held on $10 million bond in the Franklin County jail since he was charged Friday with capital murder in the deaths of 18-month-old Lana Leigh Bailey; her mother, Kaylie Bailey, 21; and Andrew Stout, 30. Flack is also charged with multiple counts of first-degree murder in those deaths, as well as that of Steven White, 31.

The adults' bodies were found early last week at an Ottawa area farm home. A body believed to be the toddler's was found Saturday in nearby Osage County.

Flack was picked up for questioning last week about 50 miles southwest of Ottawa in Emporia, where officers also found the car that Kaylie Bailey had been driving when she was last seen. She and her child were reported missing from Olathe on May 3.

In court Monday, four armed officers stood between Flack and the small courtroom, which was overflowing with family and friends of the victims.

Flack was shackled at the wrists and ankles, and appeared with his lawyer, Ronald Evans. He waived having an initial preliminary hearing set in 15 days, and Judge Thomas Sachse set it for July 8 instead.

Evans declined additional comment after the hearing.

Authorities said in the complaint filed Friday against Flack that a firearm was used in the four deaths. Franklin County Attorney Stephen Hunting, however, has declined to say if the four had been shot. Authorities haven't said what the motive for the killings may have been.

Sheriff Jeff Richards, who also attended the hearing, said afterward that forensic work was continuing on what authorities believed to be the child's remains.

Andrew Helm, 27, of Gardner, was a friend of the victims' and was one of Flack's co-workers at the Ottawa Sanitation Department a couple years ago. Helm said he attended the hearing to support Stout's family.

Helm said Stout, Flack, Bailey and her daughter attended a barbecue at Helm's home on April 28 and that he noticed nothing unusual.

The criminal complaint filed in the case said Lana and Kaylie Bailey and Stout were killed "on or about or between" April 28 to May 6, and that White was killed "on or about or between" April 20 and April 28.

Vicki Engstrom, of Ottawa, said she was a longtime friend of Stout's family and attended Flack's hearing so she "could see his expression."

"I didn't see any remorse in him at all," she said.

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Shawn Patrick Bailey serving sentence on burglary conviction

Posted: May 16, 2013 - 10:28am

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LEBANON, Mo. — The father of an 18-month-old girl who was killed along with three adults on a southeast Kansas farm says he is partly to blame for putting his estranged wife and their toddler in harm’s way.

Shawn Patrick Bailey is in a Lebanon, Mo., jail preparing for a nine-year prison sentence on a burglary conviction. He told The Lawrence Journal-World (http://bit.ly/12dQ1pT) his addiction to drugs led him to commit crimes, which caused Kaylie Bailey to leave him.

Shawn Bailey was behind bars when he found out Kaylie Bailey was killed and their baby was missing. He says he blames himself for introducing Kaylie to Andrew Stout, whose Ottawa, Kan., home is where Kaylie and Lana-Leigh Bailey, Stout and Steve White were killed.

Kyle Flack has been charged in the killings.

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Normal Kansas Farm Killings Update: Kyle Flack, suspect charged in murders of 3 adults, 1 toddler, appears in court

Post by Wrapitup on Fri May 17, 2013 10:43 am

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Kyle Flack / KCTV (CBS/AP) OTTAWA, Kan. - Kyle Flack, the man charged with killing three adults and a toddler on an eastern Kansas farm, made a brief appearance in a packed courtroom Monday, but showed little emotion while a judge set a new court date.
The 27-year-old Flack has been held on $10 million bond in the Franklin County jail since he was charged Friday with capital murder in the deaths of 18-month-old Lana Leigh Bailey; her mother, Kaylie Bailey, 21; and Andrew Stout, 30. Flack is also charged with multiple counts of first-degree murder in those deaths, as well as that of Steven White, 31.

The adults' bodies were found early last week at an Ottawa area farm home. A body believed to be the toddler's was found Saturday in nearby Osage County.

Flack was picked up for questioning last week about 50 miles southwest of Ottawa in Emporia, where officers also found the car that Kaylie Bailey had been driving when she was last seen. She and her child were reported missing from Olathe on May 3.

In court Monday, four armed officers stood between Flack and the small courtroom, which was overflowing with family and friends of the victims.

Flack was shackled at the wrists and ankles, and appeared with his lawyer, Ronald Evans. He waived having an initial preliminary hearing set in 15 days, and Judge Thomas Sachse set it for July 8 instead.

Evans declined additional comment after the hearing.

Authorities said in the complaint filed Friday against Flack that a firearm was used in the four deaths. Franklin County Attorney Stephen Hunting, however, has declined to say if the four had been shot. Authorities haven't said what the motive for the killings may have been.

Sheriff Jeff Richards, who also attended the hearing, said afterward that forensic work was continuing on what authorities believed to be the child's remains.

Andrew Helm, 27, of Gardner, was a friend of the victims' and was one of Flack's co-workers at the Ottawa Sanitation Department a couple years ago. Helm said he attended the hearing to support Stout's family.

Helm said Stout, Flack, Bailey and her daughter attended a barbecue at Helm's home on April 28 and that he noticed nothing unusual.

The criminal complaint filed in the case said Lana and Kaylie Bailey and Stout were killed "on or about or between" April 28 to May 6, and that White was killed "on or about or between" April 20 and April 28.

Vicki Engstrom, of Ottawa, said she was a longtime friend of Stout's family and attended Flack's hearing so she "could see his expression."

"I didn't see any remorse in him at all," she said.

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Post by Slys Hunny on Fri May 17, 2013 5:22 pm

I was going to post this case several days ago. Im less than an hour from where it all happened and have friended Andrew Stout brother on FB but I remembered the updating cases rule and im really bad about doing that so I didnt. It has been said that Steven White had been killed several days before the others. Not sure I can find a news release on this as I dont remember where I read it so for nw take it as rumor. The Witchita news station asked where Lana was as Flack was being led out of court before her body was found and his reaction was to flip them off...one class act!!!
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Sly's, thanks for the heads up. Keep us informed if you find out anything locally.

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Post by Wrapitup on Sun May 19, 2013 3:37 pm

By Ian Cummings
May 19, 2013

Andrew Helm says he can’t understand what happened to his friends.

They were all together just a short time ago — Helm and his wife and sons, Kyle Flack, Andrew Stout, Kaylie Bailey, and Bailey’s young daughter — laughing, grilling hamburgers and planning surprise gifts for each other at Helm’s home in Gardner on a rainy Friday afternoon.

Lana-Leigh Bailey, 18 months, playing at the home of a family friend on April 26. She was found dead on May 11, after the bodies of her mother and two other men were discovered at a property in rural Ottawa earlier that week. Kyle T. Flack, 27, of Ottawa, has been charged with murder in connection with all of the killings.

Now four of his friends are dead and one of them is facing a capital murder trial, accused of killing them.

It’s clear that some terrible things happened at 3197 Georgia Road, a farmstead about five miles west of Ottawa, sometime between April 20 and May 6, when investigators began finding the bodies of Kaylie Kathleen Bailey, 21, of Olathe; Bailey’s boyfriend, Andrew Adam Stout, 30, of Ottawa; Steven Eugene White, 31, of Ottawa; and Bailey’s 18-month-old daughter, Lana-Leigh Bailey, whose body was found several days later in rural Osage County. All of them were killed with a gun, Franklin County officials say.

Kyle T. Flack, 27, of Ottawa, has been charged with four counts of murder, one count of rape and one count of criminal possession of a firearm, and is in Franklin County Jail awaiting his next court hearing.

For Helm, who remembers nothing amiss when the group left his home a few days before, it doesn’t make sense.

“I don’t know what happened to Kyle to make him do something like this. Andrew was his friend, too,” he said. “That’s why this is so hard to grasp.”

Old friends

Stout and Flack had known each other for many years, from when they were kids in Pomona, say friends who knew them both. When Flack was released from prison in 2009, Stout welcomed him into his home on Georgia Road. Flack had served four years for attempted murder after shooting an Ottawa man in 2005, and was released in 2009.

It was typical of Stout to let friends stay at his home, even if they had trouble in their pasts, said his friend Corey Schlotzhauer.

“He was the kind of person — it didn’t matter what you’d done — if he could help you, he’d give you the shirt off his back,” Schlotzhauer said. “He gave people second chances.”

Schlotzhauer was one of the first to discover the bodies when he checked Stout’s residence two weeks ago, worried about his missing friend. Stout was with Flack the last time Schlotzhauer saw him alive, he said. They were both doing work on some rental properties that belonged to Schlotzhauer’s family, joking around as they helped put new trim on the homes.

Stout wasn’t the only one who disregarded Flack’s violent past. Andrew and Lori Helm knew of it, too, and it gave Lori pause to have Flack in their home, playing with their children. But he was great with the kids, they said, and the Flack they knew wouldn’t hurt anyone.

“Everybody’s got skeletons in their closet,” Helm said.

Flack wasn’t easy for everyone to get along with, and could be moody and quiet, Helm said. People could be intimidated by him.

“It took a while to warm up to him. It was something about the aura he put off,” Helm said. “Maybe from being in prison. He would have his off days. There would be days he wouldn’t talk."

But, Helm said, “He was a good guy, once you got to know him.”

A rainy day barbecue

Helm, 27, moved away from Ottawa in December with his wife, Lori, and their two young sons. But he stayed close to Stout, and didn't need a special occasion to invite him over along with his girlfriend, Kaylie Bailey, her young daughter, Lana-Leigh, and Flack.

Helm had gotten a new barbecue grill in mid-April, and thought Friday, April 26, would be a fun time to use it. He wanted Lori to meet Stout’s new girlfriend. If Lori and Kaylie got along, Helm thought, the two could visit and watch the children while he had some time with just the guys.

It rained, but they cooked under the Helms’ covered porch and enjoyed dinner, as Helm and Lori remember it, with hamburgers, bratwursts, hot dogs, potato salad, and mac ‘n cheese. Lori also made carrot cake, which she knew Stout particularly liked. Stout, in charge of the burgers, pressed Velveeta cheese into the patties before grilling them so that they were cheesy from the inside out.

“He did a good job with it,” Helm said.

Lori remembers Kaylie’s daughter, Lana-Leigh, playing in a Little Tikes toy car and coming to dinner with an appetite.

“She ate, like, four hot dogs,” Laurie said. “She was like an eating machine.”

Meanwhile, the group playfully talked around Stout’s plans to buy a surprise gift for Kaylie. Stout and Flack discussed driving to Emporia to “get a tattoo,” which was code for Stout’s plan to have a personalized flying disc, for disc golf, made for Kaylie.

Stout was an enthusiastic disc golf player, his friends say, who loved teaching others to play. Kaylie was one of those people, and she had recently surprised him with the gift of several disc golf baskets that he could use to play on his property on Georgia Road.

“So, you know, he cared about her,” Helm said.

Stout was an open book, Helm said. He hadn’t waited long to send Lori pictures of Kaylie after the two started going out some weeks before.

“He was really proud of her,” Lori said.

When Stout and the other friends left that Friday night in late April, that was the last time he saw them alive. The next time he saw Flack was in court last week.

Looking back, Helm said, it is odd, and even ominous, that Steven White wasn’t there, because he was living with Stout and often came along with him to Helm's house.

Steven Eugene White, 31, Ottawa, was identified Wednesday as a victim of the triple homicide discovered earlier this week in rural Ottawa. Originally from Chanute, White was living at the residence with one of the other victims.

Helm doesn’t remember any mention of White’s absence on April 26. But Franklin County officials say he was killed sometime between April 20 and April 28, and lay dead on the 3197 Georgia Road property for days. They have accused Flack of murdering him before later shooting Stout, Bailey and Lana-Leigh.

The farmstead on Georgia Road, about five miles west of Ottawa, where three bodies were found on May 6 and 7. Franklin County officials believe Andrew A. Stout, 30, of Ottawa; Steven E. White, 31, of Ottawa; Kaylie K. Bailey, 21, of Ottawa; and Bailey's 18-month-old daughter, Lana-Leigh Bailey were killed at the house in late April or early May, and Ottawa man Kyle T. Flack has been charged with four counts of murder in the case.

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Exactly what happened to White, and what happened to the others after the barbecue, remains unclear and may not be known until Flack goes to trial. Franklin County officials have not made public any motive or theory of the crime, or the exact cause of death for any of the victims. The investigation continues, Franklin County Sheriff Jeff Richards has said, though no other suspects have been named or arrested.

Flack is scheduled to appear in Franklin County District Court again July 8, and the Kansas Attorney General’s office has announced it is taking the lead in prosecuting the capital murder case. Whether prosecutors seek the death penalty won’t be decided for months, but Flack is represented by court-appointed attorney Ron Evans, head of the Kansas Death Penalty Defense Unit in Topeka. Evans has not commented on the case.

For his part, Helm said he is trying not to rush to judgment. He can't understand how his friend Flack could be the killer, but he also wants justice for Stout.

"I'm on Andrew's side," he said. "I want to believe Kyle is just being profiled because of his past crimes, but I don’t know.”

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Post by NiteSpinR on Mon Jul 29, 2013 10:43 pm

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OTTAWA, Kan. - A Franklin County judge decided Monday that preliminary hearings for accused quadruple murderer Kyle Flack would begin in mid- February of 2014, setting a start date for what is sure to be an emotional and explosive trial next spring.

Flack, 27, is charged with the murder of Kaylie Bailey and her 18-month-old daughter, her boyfriend Andrew Stout and his roommate Steven White, at a farmhouse outside Ottawa in May.


Flack was quickly captured, but a brief statewide hunt for 18-month-old Lana Bailey, which concluded with the discovery of her body in a creek in Osage County, became a major news event in the dusty rural county.

State prosecutors from the Kansas Attorney General's office have yet to publicly say if they will seek the death penalty for Flack, and have several months to make such a decision.

Meanwhile, Flack has retained a public defender with a specialty in death penalty cases, and some of the victims' friends and family are openly calling for Flack to pay the ultimate price if convicted.

"Kyle Flack disgusts me,” Elizabeth Schmidt, a friend of Stout's, said,  "I think the penalty is what he needs, or sit there for the rest of his life and think about it every each day. "

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Post by Wrapitup on Thu Mar 13, 2014 9:52 am

Posted By: Michele Wright, CBS 12 News Anchor

OTTAWA, Kan. (AP) — A man will stand trial in the shooting deaths of four people, including an 18-month-old girl who prosecutors say was gunned down in the same bedroom as her mother before her body was tucked inside a suitcase and tossed into a creek, a judge ruled Wednesday.

At the conclusion of a two-day preliminary hearing, Franklin County Judge Thomas Sachse (sok-see) ordered Kyle Flack to stand trial on charges of capital murder, first-degree murder and criminal possession of a firearm. The judge said he dismissed a charge of attempted rape because prosecutors had not met their burden to prove probable cause.

The bodies of Andrew Stout, Steven White and Kaylie Bailey were discovered in early May at Stout's Ottawa farm. The body of Bailey's daughter, Lana-Leigh, was found several days later in a suitcase in a creek in Osage County. Testimony during the hearing showed all four died of gunshot wounds.

Sachse set Flack's arraignment for April 22.

Neither Vic Braden, deputy attorney general in the Kansas attorney general's office and part of the team of prosecutors working on the case, nor Franklin County Attorney Stephen Hunting would comment on whether they would seek the death penalty.

Flack's attorney, Ron Evans, chief of the Kansas Death Penalty unit, declined to comment. Flack, who sat in the courtroom in shackles and an orange prison jumpsuit throughout the hearing, did not show emotion when the judge ordered the trial.

The preliminary hearing focused largely on testimony from expert witnesses about where and when the bodies were found, the causes of death, DNA evidence and the discovery of the alleged murder weapon, a shotgun found partially dismantled at an Emporia trash site.

There was no discussion of motive, apart from a detective testifying Tuesday that Flack told him during a long interrogation before he was formally charged that Stout took the initial shot at White in the garage after an argument over rent. Flack said Stout then handed the gun to Flack, who also shot White, the detective said.

Dr. Erik Mitchell, a forensic pathologist who performed autopsies on the four victims, testified Wednesday that White was shot in the chest and the head, that Stout was shot several times, including in the head, that Kaylie Bailey was shot in the head and her daughter was shot in the chest.

Unlike the other victims, Kailey Bailey had zip ties around her wrists and a red bandanna in her mouth when she was shot, Hunting said.

"She had that bandanna in her mouth. She was bound. She was gagged. She was executed there," he said. Hunting said Bailey's daughter was shot on the bed in the same bedroom and was briefly aware "something awful happened to her" before she died.

Mitchell said he was called to the scene where search crews found the child's body in a suitcase on May 11 in a creek in neighboring Osage County. Hunting said the child's body had been wrapped in a blanket and placed in the suitcase "in almost a fetal position."

According to the charges, the Baileys were killed on or about May 1, Stout died on or about April 29 and White died between April 20 and April 29.

Flack's mother, Tammy McCoy, who also attended the hearing, said the judge's ruling Wednesday was likely not a surprise for her son.

"Kyle expected to go to trial," she said.

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The death penalty notice was filed after 28-year-old Kyle Flack was arraigned in Franklin County District Court. A judge entered not-guilty pleas on his behalf, and a September 2015 trial date was set after Flack waived his right to a speedy trial.

Flack is charged with capital murder in the killings of Kaylie Bailey, 21, of Olathe, and her 18-month-old daughter, Lana Bailey. He is charged with premeditated first-degree murder in the deaths of Andrew Stout, 30, and Steven White, 31.

Besides the intent to seek a death sentence for the capital murder charge, prosecutors filed notice that they will seek “hard 50” sentences for Flack on the two first-degree murder counts. That means if he is convicted, he will have to serve 50 years in prison before being eligible for parole.

Flack is also charged with illegal possession of a firearm. Prosecutors on Tuesday filed an amended complaint charging Flack with a misdemeanor count of sexual battery against Kaylie Bailey, who was found naked from the waist down with her hands bound behind her back.

A judge in March ordered Flack to stand trial on the charges after a day and a half of preliminary hearing testimony.

The bodies of the three adults were found in a house and a garage owned by Stout outside Ottawa. Lana’s body was found several days later stuffed into a suitcase and floating in a creek in Osage County. Physical evidence showed that she had also been killed in the house, according to preliminary hearing testimony.

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Comments made by suspect Flack at issue in Ottawa quadruple murder case
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OTTAWA, Kan. — Lawyers for a Kansas man accused of killing four people have been granted more time to prepare their response to prosecutors' attempts to use their defendant's comments to police after the shootings.

Kyle Flack, 28, is accused of killing Kaylie Bailey, 21, of Olathe; her 18-month-old daughter, Lana-Leigh; Andrew Adam Stout, 30, of Ottawa; and Steven Eugene White, 31, of Ottawa. He's charged with first-degree murder in connection with deaths of Stout and White.

Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against Flack for the deaths of Kaylie Bailey and her daughter.


The adults' bodies were found in last May at a rural house outside Ottawa. The child was believed to have been killed there too, but her body was found in a suitcase in a creek in nearby Osage County.

Franklin County Judge Eric Godderz on Friday set Aug. 29 to take up a motion concerning whether Flack's statements to authorities should be admitted during his trial, which has been tentatively scheduled for September 2015.

A Franklin County Sheriff's Office detective testified earlier that Flack told him he had killed White. Flack's lawyers have said Flack's statement shouldn't be considered during trial because Flack made it after he asked the detective if needed a lawyer.

"Defense is conducting its own investigation as to the facts and circumstances regarding these issues and said investigation is incomplete," Flack's attorney Tim Frieden said in the motion asking for more time.

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