Parker found guilty of capitol murder, second phase to begin October 12

    Taylor Parker has been found guilty of capitol murder for the killing of Reagan Hancock and her daughter Braxlynn.

    Parker murdered Hancock on October 9 of 2020 before cutting Braxlynn from her womb and attempting to flee with the infant to an Oklahoma hospital.  A traffic stop that morning found Parker attempting to revive the baby via CPR.  Braxlynn was later pronounced dead at the hospital.  The jury of six men and six women deliberated for only an hour today before returning with a unanimous verdict of guilty.  The trial will now enter the sentencing phase, with the same jury determining whether Parker gets the death penalty of life in prison without parole.  The second phase of the trial will begin October 12 and should last about three weeks.

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