BRUNSWICK, Ga. - More testimony about the state of mind which Ross Harris was leading up to and the day of the death of little Cooper Harris. Harris, 35, is a Cobb County man charged with murder in the June 2014 death of his 22-month-old son, Cooper, who was found dead in the back seat of Harris's hot SUV. Prosecutors believe he intentionally left his son to die at a time when Harris was unhappy in his marriage and looking for relationships with other women. Defense attorneys said the death was a tragic accident. In April, the trial was moved from Cobb County to Glynn County.
Here are some of the highlights of the day in court:
12:00 p.m. - Not all of Harris's info on devices was searched, just the ones that were relevant to the case. Some items were flagged through a formula.
11:54 a.m. - 1 cell phone, 1 tablet, and 1 ps was confiscated.
11:20 a.m. - Yeager goes over the SD card her examined and think pad from Home Depot corporate. Says there was no additional evidence on the Home Depot think pad.
11:17 a.m. - Yeager also examined Leanna Harris's phone and laptop.
11:02 a.m. - "I did a logical extraction of everything on the phone." "I also found some additional information more specifically related to the case."
9:55 a.m. - Jeager was in charge of forensics for cell phone evidence in the case.
9:51 a.m. - The state has called Ray Yeager, a former Cobb County police officer, to the stand. He worked with information and technology (i.e. cell phone evidence)
9:39 a.m. - Houston says that Leanna became totally unemotional, and that she didn't do anything,
9:35 a.m. -"Mrs. Harris, she had a whole lot of steam in the beginning."
9:28 a.m. - Houston says that Harris said "I'm going to the movies with a friend" like it was a public service announcement. He says it was odd, and that Harris had never told him his plans before.
9:17 a.m. - Houston says Cooper’s death c a.m. e onto the TV when Leanna Harris was in the lobby. "As a parent, you lose a child you are full of emotions. She didn't show anything. She didn't scream, she didn't cry."
9:13 a.m. - Shows video surveillance of Harris leaving work the day of Cooper’s death.
9:09 a.m. - On the day of Cooper’s death, Houston said to Harris "have a great day" when he was leaving work. Harris responded "you too, I'm going to the movies." Houston found this to be unusual because Harris had never shared his after work plans before.
9:02 a.m. - Wesley Houston, a corporate security officer at Home Depot, takes the stand.