Jury selection underway in Kansas quadruple murder trial

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OTTAWA, Kan. -- Jurors are being selected for the trial of a man accused in the 2013 killings of four people at a Kansas farm, including an 18-month-old girl.

Kyle Flack

Kyle Flack

The selection process began Monday in the case against Kyle Trevor Flack, 29. He is charged with capital murder in Franklin County in the shooting deaths of Kaylie Smith Bailey, 21, and her 18-month old daughter Lana. He's also charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of Andrew A. Stout, 30, and Steven White, 31.

Stout, White and Kaylie Bailey were found dead at Stout's farm in Ottawa, about 50 miles southwest of Kansas City. Bailey's daughter's body was found a few days later in neighboring Osage County.

Flack has been in custody since shortly after the bodies were discovered in April 2013.

Authorities say jury selection could take two weeks.

Lana Bailey, murdered on an Ottawa farm

Lana Bailey

(L-R) Andrew Stout, Kaylie Bailey, Steven White

(L-R) Andrew Stout, Kaylie Bailey, Steven White

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