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Case against Lexington man accused of killing wife, daughters waived to grand jury

The case against the man accused of killing his wife and two daughters is moving forward.
Published: Jun. 2, 2022 at 11:21 AM EDT
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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - The case against the man accused of killing his wife and two daughters is moving forward.

Steven Wilson is charged with three counts of murder.

Police say he killed his wife Lisa and their two adult daughters, Bryonny and Bronwyn, at their home on Caywood Drive. Investigators say the three women were shot multiple times.

Wilson’s preliminary hearing was held Thursday morning. There was no testimony and the judge waived the case to the grand jury.

Wilson’s attorney also filed a motion for access to the crime scene. The judge denied the request on jurisdictional grounds, adding they can refile in circuit court.

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