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Convicted felon charged in deaths on Kansas farm

Working with the Franklin County Sheriff's Department, riders on horseback search culverts and drainage ditches along Kansas Highway 68 for 18-month-old Lana-Leigh Bailey, who is presumed dead, Friday, May 10, 2013 west of Ottawa, Kan. The bodies of her mother and two men were found at an eastern Kansas farm on May 6. (AP Photo/The Lawrence Journal-World, Mike Yoder)

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By The Associated Press
Friday, May 10, 2013, 7:39 p.m.

OTTAWA, Kan. — A 27-year-old convicted felon was charged on Friday in the deaths of Kaylie Bailey, 21; Andrew Stout, 30; and Steven White, 31. Kyle Flack also faces charges in the death of the woman's young daughter, 18-month-old Lana Leigh Bailey.

Flack remained jailed after an afternoon court appearance.

Franklin County Sheriff Jeffrey Richards said the little girl is presumed dead, but he has not released details.

“We plan to continue until we get a full resolution to this case,” Richards said.

Franklin County officials waited until they had identified Kaylie Bailey's body before requesting on Wednesday afternoon that the Kansas Bureau of Investigation issue an Amber Alert for her missing daughter.

The girl's disappearance had been widely reported by that time, and the agency rejected what they called a “delayed” request.

The body of Kaylie Bailey of Olathe was discovered on Monday at the Ottawa-area farm where she had gone with her friend Stout to drop off her daughter.

Friends who went to check on Stout found Bailey's body and called 911.

Stout and White both lived on the farm. White was killed between April 20 and 28, and Bailey, her daughter and Stout were killed between April 28 and May 6, records show.

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