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Update: Jury trial for abduction suspect Randy Taylor set

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A jury trial for Randy Taylor has been set for February 3 - 14.

Nelson County Commonwealth Attorney Anthony Martin says he has about 50 witnesses and needs at least 2 weeks for the trial.

Taylor is accused in the abduction of Nelson County teen Alexis Murphy.

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The abduction suspect in the Alexis Murphy investigation is in court Wednesday.

A Nelson County judge will set a trial date for suspect Randy Taylor at 3:00 p.m.

The Nelson County teen was last seen at a gas station in Lovingston on August 3rd.

Nelson County Schools are holding a 'Pink Out' football game this Friday to honor Murphy and her family.

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