Co-defendants in babysitter murder case waive speedy trial rights

Kara Parisi-King and her co-defendant, Chuckie Lee, waived their rights to a speedy trial Tuesday in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court. Parisi-King is charged with complicity to commit murder and other counts and Lee is charged with murder and other counts in the March 12 homicide of Taylor Brandenburg. MARK GOKAVI/STAFF
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Kara Parisi-King and her co-defendant, Chuckie Lee, waived their rights to a speedy trial Tuesday in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court. Parisi-King is charged with complicity to commit murder and other counts and Lee is charged with murder and other counts in the March 12 homicide of Taylor Brandenburg. MARK GOKAVI/STAFF

Co-defendants in the murder of a Dayton woman who was babysitting when she was shot and killed have waived their speedy trial rights.

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Attorneys for Chuckie Lee and Kara Parisi-King waived time after a lengthy sidebar Tuesday during a scheduling conference, which was rescheduled for Oct. 10. Lee was indicted for murder and other counts in the death of Taylor Brandenburg. Parisi-King was indicted for complicity to commit murder and other counts.

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Police said Parisi-King helped Lee get a semi-automatic pistol and transport him to 77 Huffman Ave., where Brandenburg, 20, was shot outside a residence where she was babysitting on March 12. A third person, Evans Cassell III also was charged.

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Online public access for all three case dockets has been restricted by Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Gregory Singer.

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