07, Oct 2014 - Justin Ross Harris, Father Of Toddler Baked To Death In Hot Car, Will NOt Face Death Penalty
Justin Ross Harris, the Atlanta-area man who allegedly left his toddler child to die in a hot car earlier this summer, will not face the death penalty for the murder of Cooper Harris. Cobb County District Attorney Vic Reynolds issued a statement saying that he had reviewed Georgiaâ€™s death penalty statute and the other facts Justin Ross Harris, Father Of Toddler Baked To Death In Hot Car, Will ...
09, Aug 2014 - Police say Harris' husband left toddler strapped in sweltering car
The mother of a Georgia toddler who died after being left in a car for hours in the sweltering heat says she is a grieving mother caught up in "the storm around my family."
09, Aug 2014 - Lawyer Says Wife Of Alleged Hot Car Killer Ross Harris Wonâ€™t Be Charged With Crime In Toddlerâ€™s
Alleged toddler killer Ross Harris â€™ wife Leanna may be in the clear. A lawyer for the Georgia womanâ€” whose husband was charged with felony murder after he is believedâ€¦ READÂ ON
20, Jul 2014 - US police: Dad traded nude photos with several women while toddler sat in hot car for hours
MARIETTA, Georgia â€“ Prosecutors say a man unhappy in his marriage exchanged nude photos with several women as his son died in a hot vehicle, in a criminal case that quickly gained attention across America. Justin Ross Harris, 33, faces murder and child cruelty charges in the death of his 22-month-old son Cooper, who police Read the Rest of the Entry
01, May 2013 - Activists Want Macon Mayor and Police Chief Fired
MACON, Georgia (41 NBC/WMGT) - Community activists had no problem voicing their issues with Macon's major officials on Monday. Activists Irving Martinez and Anthony Harris stood in front of city hall calling for Macon Mayor Robert Reichert, Macon Police Chief Mike Burns, Macon Police Officer Clayton Sutton, and Deputy Chief Mike Carswell to be fired. Harris began the news conference calling ...