Brian Crabtree exits the Fayette Circuit Courtroom on Friday, Oct. 7, 2011. Crabtree, 21, has previously pleaded guilty to all charges in the 2008 death of Katelynn Stinnett.   Appearing before Judge Thomas Clark in Fayette Circuit Court on Friday, he indicated that he wanted to keep his original guilty plea. Photo by David Perry  |  Staff
Brian Crabtree exits the Fayette Circuit Courtroom on Friday, Oct. 7, 2011. Crabtree, 21, has previously pleaded guilty to all charges in the 2008 death of Katelynn Stinnett. Appearing before Judge Thomas Clark in Fayette Circuit Court on Friday, he indicated that he wanted to keep his original guilty plea. Photo by David Perry | Staff
Brian Crabtree exits the Fayette Circuit Courtroom on Friday, Oct. 7, 2011. Crabtree, 21, has previously pleaded guilty to all charges in the 2008 death of Katelynn Stinnett. Appearing before Judge Thomas Clark in Fayette Circuit Court on Friday, he indicated that he wanted to keep his original guilty plea. Photo by David Perry | Staff

Lexington man no longer wants to change guilty plea in child's death

October 08, 2011 12:00 AM

More Videos

  • Becoming 'Mr. Social Security': The bizarre story of fugitive lawyer Eric Conn

    Fugitive lawyer Eric C. Conn was convicted in a fraud scheme that could have cost the government more than $550 million in Social Security payments. Here's how the onetime king of Eastern Kentucky disability cases ended up on the FBI's most-wanted list.