Shepards to Push for "Kathlynn's Law" This Week



The parents of a Dayton girl abducted and killed last year will be addressing state lawmakers about a new law to protect children. Michael and Denise Shepard are scheduled to be at the capitol on Thursday morning to push for a new law that would include stricter punishment for sex offenders. Authorities say their daughter, Kathlynn Shepard, was killed last summer by Michael Klunder, who had been released from prison early after serving time for a previous kidnapping case. Denise Shepard explains one current statute they would like to see changed:



State Representative Chip Baltimore will introduce the legislation.