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Detectives: Ga. Father may have killed child over unhappy marriage

Updated: Friday, July 4 2014, 08:10 AM EDT
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GEORGIA (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - There are disturbing new details about the death of a Georgia toddler who was left in a hot car by his father.

During Justin Ross Harris' probable cause hearing detectives revealed the father may have intentionally killed his son over an unhappy marriage.

Detectives say he was sexting different women the day his son died, some even teenagers.

They also say he may even have searched the internet on living a child-free life.

"The most common term would be "sexting." Said Cobb County Police Detective Phil Stoddard.

"Were photos being sent back and forth between these women and the defendant during this day while the child is out in the car?" the detective was asked.

"Yes," he replied.

The detective testified it was 88-degrees on June 18th when Harris left his 22-month-old son cooper in the car for seven hours while he went to work.

Harris told police he forgot to drop off Cooper at daycare, even though he went to his car after lunch to drop off a purchase, claiming to not notice his son in the car.

A Georgia judge denied Harris bond, so he will remain behind bars until his trial.



Detectives: Ga. Father may have killed child over unhappy marriage
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