Wilcox will not get his trial moved out of Lubbock - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

4/27/09

Wilcox will not get his trial moved out of Lubbock

Courtesy: Lubbock Sheriff's Office Courtesy: Lubbock Sheriff's Office

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The Lubbock man who took three children to southeast Oklahoma will not get a change of venue. The lawyer for Kenneth Wilcox requested his trial be moved to another city because of local media publicity. The KCBD.com version of a Wilcox story was included as part of the motion and the judge said no.  

Wilcox admits he took three kids out of state, but claims he had permission. He also says he didn't bring them back on time because of car trouble. Prosecutors say in court documents that Wilcox kidnapped the kids in October of last year so that he could emotionally terrorize them.

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