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DUNCAN, Okla._The man charged with murdering his family in their Duncan home is due in court Tuesday morning for a preliminary hearing.

Alan Hruby was arrested last October for killing his father, John; mother, Tinker; and sister, Katherine in Duncan. He is also charged with dumping the murder weapon and home surveillance videos.

Prosecutors say Hruby left his family dead while he went to Dallas to stay in a lavish hotel for OU-Texas weekend.He is currently serving three years in prison for stealing his grandmother's credit card last year. Tuesday's hearing will determine if there's enough evidence for Hruby to stand trial for the murders.

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