Justin Ross Harris, the Georgia father charged for his son's death in a hot car in June 2014, complained that the police car in which he was driven after his arrest was too hot. The damning new evidence came during Cobb County Police Detective Jacquelyn Piper's testimony on Wednesday. Piper was one of the officers who responded to the death of 22-month-old Cooper. Harris was allegedly sexting up to six different women while his son died of hyperthermia inside the vehicle. Reports also allege that Harris had been searching how to survive in prison and animals dying in hot cars. He was denied bail by the judge who cited reckless behavior and probable cause.