Police Warrants Raise New Questions About Boy's Hot Car Death

Toddler's father allegedly researched hot car deaths before he left son in car all day.
1:24 | 06/28/14

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And we turn now to the funeral for the little boy who died in the back seat of a hot SUV in Georgia. His father told police he forgot to drop him off at day care the morning he died, but the police are now accusing him of murder. ABC's Susan saulny with the details tonight. Reporter: 22-month-old cooper Harris was laid to rest today. The toddler died ten days ago after sweltering for seven hours in a parked SUV in suburban Atlanta, on a day when temperatures topped 90 degrees. Georgia police releasing new details today about the man charged with murder and child cruelty in the case, cooper's father, 33-year-old Justin Ross Harris. Authorities claim Harris told officers in Cobb county, Georgia, that he looked online for information about the dangers of heated cars before the tragedy. Specifically, according to search warrants, what temperature it needs to be for that to occur. Justin stated that he was fearful that this could happen. Harris, a web developer, has pleaded not guilty, saying he forgot to drop cooper off at day care before parking outside his office. Harris said he discovered cooper when he was leaving for the night, according to the warrant. He kept saying, what have I done? What have I done? Reporter: But cooper was already dead. Tonight, Harris remains in jail, where he is being held without bond. Susan saulny, ABC news, Washington.

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