TAMPA, Fla. - A circuit court judge has decided to keep search warrants related to the investigation of four Seminole Heights murders out of public view, our news partners at the Tampa Bay Times reported.

The Tampa Bay Times also reports circuit court Judge Mark Wolfe granted a request to reset the hearing for Howell Donaldson III's parents for Friday, Jan. 26.

Howell Donaldson Jr. and Rosita Donaldson were served with subpoenas in December requiring them to appear at the State Attorney’s Office in December to give testimony in the murder investigation.

Howell Donaldson III, 24, is charged with four counts of first-degree murder. He is accused of killing Benjamin Mitchell, Monica Hoffa, Anthony Naiboa and Ronald Felton. The four victims were shot and killed over a 51-day period last fall in the Southeast Seminole Heights neighborhood of Tampa.

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Photos: Seminole Heights murder suspect Howell Donaldson III