SCOTTSVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The attorney for a former construction worker charged with kidnapping and killing a girl in a small Kentucky town is seeking surveillance video that he says might show the defendant on the day of the 7-year-old's death.
Timothy Madden is charged with murder, kidnapping, first-degree rape and first-degree sodomy in the death of Gabriella Doolin last month. The child disappeared during a youth football game on Nov. 14. She was found dead less than a half-hour later in a creek.
Madden has pleaded not guilty. He was in court Wednesday for a preliminary hearing that was continued to Dec. 14.
Afterward, defense attorney Travis Lock told reporters he has subpoenaed video records from businesses in Scottsville, Kentucky.
Lock says he's seeking video recordings before and after the girl's death.