PHILADELPHIA - A judge denied a change of venue for a Bucks County man accused of fathering two children with a teenage girl.
Lee Kaplan will be tried in Bucks County and the jury will also be from there.
Kaplan was arrested back in June 2016, after police said they found 12 children living at his home in Feasterville.
He faces numerous charges, including sexually assaulting a teenager whom he allegedly had two children with.
Authorities say the girl was was "gifted" to him by her parents in exchange for financial help.
Savilla Stoltzfus and her husband, Daniel Stoltzfus pled guilty last week and are awaiting sentencing.
Authorities say Savilla Stoltzfus also lived with Kaplan for several years and was considered one of his wives.
They say the couple thought Kaplan was helping them "transition from the Amish lifestyle."
Jurors at Bill Cosby's sex assault trial in Pennsylvania will hear his explosive deposition testimony about quaaludes but not his references to the supposed aphrodisiac Spanish fly.Read More »
- NFL Draft experience is a hit in Philadelphia
- Quakertown CSD OKs proposed final budget
- Grieving father urges parents to get gun lock after tragedy
- Pottstown police going door to door in borough
- NFL Draft kicks off in Philadelphia
- Cosby, daughter, lawyer speak out as sex assault trial looms
- Updated President Trump to sign executive order on trade while in Pennsylvania
- Updated First responders practice emergency preparedness at LVIA
- Candidates for Allentown mayor weigh in on the issues
- Deadly dog attack prompts warning to other dog owners
- Arrest made in Allentown murder
- Crews rescue woman from Allentown fire
- Members of white supremacist group face federal charges
- Police: Argument leads to man being intentionally struck by vehicle
- Nazareth rollover crash injures two
- BB gun-toting vandals shooting out car windows in Reading