Jan 21, 2014 10:17 PM
Pueblo, Colo.-- The man suspected of killing three people and then setting their home on fire late November was in court today.
Harry Mapps, 59, sat quietly as his defense attorney went through filed motions.
The defense argued that the arrest affidavit was not supposed to be unsealed. The defense says the court was ordered to keep the report sealed, but a week later, details were sprawled in the local newspaper.
The other side argued those details could be found in public documents.
Mapps is accused of killing Reginald and Kim Tuttle, along with their daughter Dawn Roderick. Investigators believe he then set fire to the home in order to cover up the crime.
A hearing for the affidavit is scheduled for February 18th at 1:00 p.m.