Grand Jury Decides Woman Didn't Sell Her Teenage Daughter For Sex

A grand jury decides a Pike County woman did not sell her teen daughter for sex and did not indict her or the man accused of buying the teen.

Angela Kendrick, 33, was accused of letting William Justice, 23, have sex with her 15-year-old daughter in exchange for him paying their bills.

The pair was charged with rape and complicity.

Court officials say the grand jury did not think there was enough evidence to indict them and the charges were dropped.


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  • by chastin Location: LEX. KY on Oct 31, 2007 at 08:01 AM
    THIS IS SO SICK.... NOONE SHOULD DO THIS GET A JOB AND PAY FOR BILLS DANG IT ISNT THAT HARD
  • by Anonymous Location: Floyd County on Oct 5, 2007 at 06:21 PM
    Ok!!! So, the Grand Jury decides there is not enough evidence.... Well in my opinion, and I know "everyone has one" what kind of sick a-- has sex with a 15 year old CHILD.....that just makes me sick...enough said!!!!

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