A man suspected in the deaths of a Cocke County couple and their two-year-old child is back in prison.
Tuesday Judge Ben Hooper ruled Adam Edwards violated his parole for failure to report to his probation officer, and failure to report a change of address.
Judge Hooper ordered Edwards to serve the remainder of his previous six-year sentence. He was granted early release last summer for good behavior.
Authorities caught Edwards and Marsha Shelton in North Carolina, a week and a half ago.
Investigators wanted the couple in connection with a deadly fire.
Officers found the bodies of Terri Henderson, her boyfriend Sherman Ellison, and their son Riley inside a burned-out mobile home near Hartford.
The Cocke County sheriff says all three victims were murdered.
Edwards will be held in the Washington County jail. Shelton is still being held on probation violations.