ALLEN COUNTY, Ky. (LEX 18)– Wednesday marks three years since a 7-year-old in Allen County was brutally murdered.
The alleged murderer still has not seen his trial and now with the recent election, there may be more delays.
The election last week unseated Commonwealth Attorney Clint Willis who’s held the position since 2000 in Simpson and Allen counties and was the attorney who built the case against Timothy Madden–the man accused of brutally murdering 7-year-old Gabbi Doolin.
Police say Madden kidnapped the girl from her brother’s peewee football game, then dumped her body in a creek near the high school 25 minutes later.
Madden is charged with kidnapping, raping, and murdering Doolin in November 2015.
Gabbi was from Scottsville and Madden, her alleged murderer, was a family acquaintance.
Today marks three years since 7-year-old Gabbi Doolin was kidnapped, raped & murdered behind a high school in Allen Co. while at her brother's football game. A new attorney on the case due to last week's election resets this nearly 2.5-year-old case. More on #SUNRISE @LEX18News pic.twitter.com/7QezAEyFNu
— Claire Kopsky (@ClaireMKopsky) November 14, 2018