A cell phone company puts a murder suspect in the area at the time of the crime.
Ryan Hubbard is on trial in Tallahassee for the murders of Jamila Byers and Bryan Dyson.
Their bodies were found in a car behind the Prince Murat Motel in September of 2004.
On Friday a representative of Hubbard's phone company testified that Hubbard was in the area at the time of the murders.
The company says a check of the phone tower records shows Hubbard made calls at the time that were picked up somewhere between Monroe Street and Tennessee Street.
Testimony in the trial is likely to stretch into next week.
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